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Unknown substance closes down section of B.C. hospital, impacts staff health

Unknown substance closes down section of B.C. hospital, impacts staff health

After the incident, Interior Health said several staff reported feeling unwell and some presented to the ER.
Hearing wraps on alleged $13-million Nanaimo crypto scam

Hearing wraps on alleged $13-million Nanaimo crypto scam

The securities commission has alleged ezBtc and its sole director David Smillie lied to its customers and diverted about $13 million in assets to gambling sites
B.C. Transit sending back loaner electric bus as it looks for new supplier

B.C. Transit sending back loaner electric bus as it looks for new supplier

Proterra previously won a $20-million contract to provide B.C. Transit with 10 electric buses for the capital region this fall, but has filed for bankruptcy protection
Ucluelet seeks feedback on paid parking for visitors

Ucluelet seeks feedback on paid parking for visitors

The district is seeking feedback on a proposal to charge a flat rate to all visitors parking on the district’s streets and municipal parking lots
Two dead in northern B.C. First Nation, suspect hurt after standoff with police

Two dead in northern B.C. First Nation, suspect hurt after standoff with police

TSAY KEH DENE, B.C. — Two people are dead after a reported shooting in a northern B.C. First Nation.
Fresh drilling set after promising find near old Craigmont Mine site northwest of Merritt

Fresh drilling set after promising find near old Craigmont Mine site northwest of Merritt

The new mining operation could be good news for the province.
B.C. man rides motorcycle 1,000 km to see total eclipse of sun

B.C. man rides motorcycle 1,000 km to see total eclipse of sun

"It was a very emotional four to five minutes."
B.C. accountant stripped of CPA designation due to 'flagrant lack of concern for his client'

B.C. accountant stripped of CPA designation due to 'flagrant lack of concern for his client'

A panel of the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia ruled clients suffered significant "losses, penalties, and hardship" as a result of "careless tax advice."
B.C. plans law allowing police to arrest or ticket over school disruptions

B.C. plans law allowing police to arrest or ticket over school disruptions

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has introduced legislation that it says will put in place 20-metre access zones around schools to protect students from disruptive behaviour, including aggressive protests.
Punk rock drummer Jon Card dead at 63, played with SNFU, D.O.A. and the Subhumans

Punk rock drummer Jon Card dead at 63, played with SNFU, D.O.A. and the Subhumans

VANCOUVER — Drummer Jon Card, who played stints with Canadian punk rockers D.O.A., SNFU, The Subhumans and Personality Crisis, has died at the age of 63 in Vancouver.