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Someone in B.C. doesn't know they're the heir to a $1.9-million estate

Someone in B.C. doesn't know they're the heir to a $1.9-million estate

The $1.9-million estate is the largest unclaimed account in the province. The society in charge of reuniting forgotten funds with their rightful owners says the legal heirs are unaware of it.
Hot B.C. housing market set to cool

Hot B.C. housing market set to cool

British Columbia’s housing market remained active through March but is expected to downshift as rising interest rates curb sales and prices.
After catastrophic year, emergency alert system expanded across B.C.

After catastrophic year, emergency alert system expanded across B.C.

It's not clear how when or how the emergency alert system will include extreme heat events
What are these peculiar objects hanging off Vancouver trees?

What are these peculiar objects hanging off Vancouver trees?

They almost look like giant plastic screws hanging off of trees, but these strange objects serve an important purpose in the province.
Tiggy aims to disrupt Metro Vancouver grocery delivery

Tiggy aims to disrupt Metro Vancouver grocery delivery

Venture has expanded to North Vancouver and Toronto, with Burnaby likely later this year
Man gets jail for girlfriend’s death in Abbotsford motorcycle accident

Man gets jail for girlfriend’s death in Abbotsford motorcycle accident

The motorcycle was caught by an Abbotsford camera travelling at 120 km/h in an 80 km/h speed zone.
Opinion: 7 principles to guide a national dental care program in Canada

Opinion: 7 principles to guide a national dental care program in Canada

A national dental care program is welcome news, but raises several ‘billion-dollar’ questions about how the program will work and what will be covered. Here are seven principles to guide decisions.
Parking among Vancouver small-business owners' concerns

Parking among Vancouver small-business owners' concerns

Like many stores on Davie Street, Tran's has not eluded vandalism.
B.C.'s climate laws should not be overseen by courts, claim court documents

B.C.'s climate laws should not be overseen by courts, claim court documents

In what could turn into a precedent-setting case, government lawyers claim B.C.'s legislature and public should hold the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy accountable for its emission reduction targets — not the courts.
'Never got a call back': Art seized by Saanich Police included work by Tsawwassen painter

'Never got a call back': Art seized by Saanich Police included work by Tsawwassen painter

John Horton awaiting word on when he will get his paintings back