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Two officers undergo surgery, third in hospital after fatal shooting at Saanich bank

Two officers undergo surgery, third in hospital after fatal shooting at Saanich bank

Homes and businesses near the bank were evacuated when police discovered a “potential explosive device” in a vehicle. The B.C. RCMP explosives disposal unit was called in to deal with the device but has since left the scene.
B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

Premier John Horgan said after two bouts of cancer — throat cancer in 2021 and bladder cancer in 2008 — he is tired.
How a 'pragmatic' Horgan reshaped BC NDP’s economic identity

How a 'pragmatic' Horgan reshaped BC NDP’s economic identity

Party's reputation as 'big spenders' and 'debt raisers' shifted under Horgan's leadership
B.C. nurse suspended for racially discriminatory comments

B.C. nurse suspended for racially discriminatory comments

The nurse was disciplined for comments about sterilization of First Nations women and about a Black co-worker's hair.
Complaints about freighter noise aren't being heard, say West Van residents

Complaints about freighter noise aren't being heard, say West Van residents

Three anchorages close to residential areas of West Vancouver have seen increased use as the COVID-19 pandemic created global supply chain issues.
Could the Canadian Soccer Association show B.C. Soccer the red card?

Could the Canadian Soccer Association show B.C. Soccer the red card?

B.C. Soccer Association is preparing for suspension, but does not know when or how it will happen.
B.C.'s GDP growth to shrink in half as inflation, labour woes take toll

B.C.'s GDP growth to shrink in half as inflation, labour woes take toll

GDP growth is expected to plummet from 3.5% to 1.7% between 2022 and 2023.

Heat warnings linger in Yukon, lift in B.C., but southern Interior storms approach

VANCOUVER — Heat warnings and special weather statements have lifted across British Columbia but remain in place over large sections of Yukon as temperatures in the territory nudge 30 C — eight degrees above average.
No fines for Qualicum Beach couple in COVID-test case

No fines for Qualicum Beach couple in COVID-test case

They had each been assessed a $5,700 fine for returning home to Canada without COVID test results
West Moberly settles with governments and BC Hydro over $16-billion Site C power dam

West Moberly settles with governments and BC Hydro over $16-billion Site C power dam

VICTORIA — An Indigenous leader says he's heartbroken over an out-of-court agreement that will see construction continue on the massive Site C hydroelectric dam in northeast British Columbia.