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BC General Employees' Union issues 72-hour strike notice

BC General Employees' Union issues 72-hour strike notice

95% of members voted to support job action on June 22.
Prince George mayor, city staff helped city councillor get $157K grant

Prince George mayor, city staff helped city councillor get $157K grant

Mayor Lyn Hall and the city’s economic development officer wrote letters supporting Kyle Sampson Productions' grant application for the Best Damn Music Festival.
Ukraine honourary consul should have seen money laundering 'red flags'

Ukraine honourary consul should have seen money laundering 'red flags'

The lawyer was found to have committed three instances of professional misconduct.
Cruise lines start dropping COVID-19 vaccine requirements

Cruise lines start dropping COVID-19 vaccine requirements

Canada to require proof of vaccination on cruises, unlike Europe, U.S.
Mismanaged real estate deals land B.C. lawyer two-month suspension

Mismanaged real estate deals land B.C. lawyer two-month suspension

Surrey lawyer Serf Grewal must be supervised in handling any future trust accounts, a BC Law Society panel has ruled.
Has B.C. already reached peak inflation?

Has B.C. already reached peak inflation?

Data shows inflation on West Coast easing ahead of rest of nation
B.C. Jehovah's Witnesses challenge record production order in court

B.C. Jehovah's Witnesses challenge record production order in court

Two congregations argue an order to hand over former member records would be a breach of "elders' private and prayerful religious deliberations and expression."
MP warns of repeating AIDS stigma with monkeypox, as Feds announce funding

MP warns of repeating AIDS stigma with monkeypox, as Feds announce funding

Vancouver Centre member of Parliament Hedy Fry has warned about stigmatization in the battle against monkeypox, recalling the fear surrounding HIV-AIDS when she was a physician in the '80s.
Charges in machete attack that seriously injured two in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Charges in machete attack that seriously injured two in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — An appeal for information about a suspect in a machete attack on two people has led to charges against a Vancouver man. Vancouver police say the 37-year-old suspect was arrested Wednesday near the city's Chinatown neighbourhood.
Assault charge laid after Vancouver police say officers were 'swarmed' by crowd

Assault charge laid after Vancouver police say officers were 'swarmed' by crowd

VANCOUVER — Police say a charge of assault with a weapon has been laid against a woman after officers in Vancouver were allegedly attacked in the same area as a tent encampment was being removed from the city's Downtown Eastside.