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Sixties Scoop settlement firm sent man's Indian status information to the wrong person
The firm administering the Sixties Scoop settlement agreement mailed a B.C. man's Indian status information to a woman in Ontario by mistake.
Health officials 'confident' first case of coronavirus has been found in B.C.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said Tuesday a man in his 40s who regularly travels to China has tested positive for the virus. The case is officially considered "presumptive" until Winnipeg's National Microbiology Lab confirms the results from B.C.
Woman who was texting and speeding when she hit B.C. child found guilty of dangerous driving
Tenessa Nikirk's phone records show she sent 11 messages in the 15 minutes before she struck an 11-year-old girl with her car in a marked crosswalk on Dec. 20, 2017.
Southern resident orca L41 missing, feared dead
The U.S.-based Centre for Whale Research says L41, an adult male whale and member of the endangered southern resident killer whale population, is missing.
Uber applies for injunction to halt Surrey mayor's plan to ticket drivers
Uber has asked B.C. Supreme Court to grant an injunction against the City of Surrey to prevent bylaw officers from issuing tickets to its drivers.
Freeze-thaw cycle covers Prince George streets in slick ice
Facts vs. fear: Experts offer advice on keeping calm during coronavirus outbreak
Wild horses and Indigenous cowboys of Tsilhqot'in focus of new documentary series
UVic adopts investment policy reducing reliance on carbon emitters, but critics call it 'greenwashing'
'Dark side' of Smithers drives only local taxi service out of business, says operator
Faulty party bus door passed inspection twice before tragic death, coroner finds
Toddler stranded in Wuhan as parents plan move to B.C.
Police release photo of suspect in Lake Babine First Nation regalia theft
Body found in rural Maple Ridge ID'd as championship soccer player
City of Vancouver asks for input on future of co-op housing as leases run out
'Double ticketing' lawsuit against Airbnb certified as a national class action
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