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Inconspicuous advertorials catch B.C. Securities Commission eyes

Inconspicuous advertorials catch B.C. Securities Commission eyes

B.C.-based penny stock firms didn’t properly disclose marketing ads, says commission.
Judge denies request to extend forestry company's Fairy Creek injunction

Judge denies request to extend forestry company's Fairy Creek injunction

RCMP officers have made 1,101 arrests as of Monday.
Former cabinet minister faces pointed questions during Liberal leadership debate

Former cabinet minister faces pointed questions during Liberal leadership debate

VICTORIA — The first debate in British Columbia's Liberal leadership race saw candidates take aim at a former cabinet minister who left politics a decade ago, but now is seeking the party's top job.

Man charged with assaulting a Victoria police officer who was struck by vehicle

Victoria police say a man has been charged after a police officer was struck by a vehicle. The department says in a news release that the vehicle that struck the officer is alleged to have been stolen.
B.C. government lays out $260-million, five-year plan to move away from fossil fuels

B.C. government lays out $260-million, five-year plan to move away from fossil fuels

VANCOUVER — BC Hydro and the provincial government have announced a new five-year plan for the Crown corporation that provides incentives for people to switch from fossil fuels to electricity to power their homes, businesses and vehicles.
COVID booster doses to begin rolling out next week for seniors in long-term care, assisted living

COVID booster doses to begin rolling out next week for seniors in long-term care, assisted living

Residents will also be getting the influenza vaccine along with the booster.
Tonight's Lotto Max jackpot is up to $70 million

Tonight's Lotto Max jackpot is up to $70 million

There is more chance of being struck by lightning than winning the jackpot, but let's think positive and cross our fingers

Unanimous approval for ban on feeding any wild animals in Vancouver parks

VANCOUVER — Tossing bread crusts to geese or the remains of a sandwich to a raccoon will soon be an offence in any Vancouver park, punishable by a hefty fine.
B.C.'s police watchdog investigating police actions after fatal crash in Kamloops

B.C.'s police watchdog investigating police actions after fatal crash in Kamloops

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The province's police watchdog is investigating after a collision between a pickup truck and motorcycle that left one man dead late Sunday evening in Kamloops, B.C.
Indigenous groups in B.C. get mental health funding for residential school survivors

Indigenous groups in B.C. get mental health funding for residential school survivors

VANCOUVER — Colette Trudeau learned the truth about her family's heritage at age eight, and that's when she began to understand that pretending to be French-Canadian was a way for her great-grandparents to keep their children from being taken away to