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Daily jokes from 5-year-old Pitt Meadows boy turns into charity fundraiser
After offering daily jokes to brighten the days of his Pitt Meadows neighbours during the pandemic, 5-year-old Tristan Kennedy has put together a joke book with the proceeds going to two local charities.
Meet the first B.C. Green Party MLA projected to win a seat on the mainland
Whistler’s Jeremy Valeriote, who is projected to win the West Vancouver-Sea to Sky riding, is just getting his bearings after an unexpected victory, which would make him the first B.C. Green Party MLA elected outside Vancouver Island.
B.C. Conservative Party leader faces criticism after workplace discrimination case resurfaces
The B.C. Liberal Party has drawn attention to a 2018 case of workplace discrimination involving the leader of the BC Conservatives.
Anti-mask protesters cause disturbance and verbally abuse passengers on B.C. ferry
BC Ferries says it has banned a dozen people from sailing on Saturday after a group of anti-mask protesters caused a disturbance and verbally abused other passengers.
Death of First Nations youth in B.C. group home sparks calls for an investigation
The case of a 17-year-old First Nations youth in care who was found dead in his bedroom closet at an Abbotsford, B.C., group home days after he was reported missing has First Nations organizations demanding a thorough investigation beyond the one already underway by the BC Coroners Service.
B.C. schools and health authorities report at least 20 COVID-19 exposures
Since students returned to classrooms around British Columbia less than two weeks ago, regional health authorities have reported 16 exposures of COVID-19 in elementary and secondary schools, with Surrey's school district reporting four more this weekend.
BCIT announces plans to build first new student housing in 38 years
BCIT and the provincial government have announced the joint funding of a 12-storey, 464 bed student housing building on the school’s Burnaby, B.C., campus.
RCMP officer, attorney general deny claims in lawsuit filed by man punched during arrest
A Kelowna RCMP officer and Canada's attorney general have refuted claims made in a civil lawsuit brought by the subject of a controversial arrest caught on video earlier this year.
Vancouver Courier makes temporary closure permanent after 112 years in print
After 112 in business, the Vancouver Courier has permanently stopped publishing, parent company Glacier Media announced Thursday.
B.C. received just 0.5% of federal funds for affordable housing over 2 years, CMHC data shows
British Columbia is being significantly shortchanged by a major federal housing program that aims to boost the construction and renovation of affordable housing, recently released data from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) suggests.