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Column: Disabled Canadians still waiting for support — one year later

Column: Disabled Canadians still waiting for support — one year later

The federal government has let more than one million people down, Port Moody—Coquitlam MP Bonita Zarrillo claims.
How Canadian restaurants are making money by offering menu items for pets

How Canadian restaurants are making money by offering menu items for pets

From a burger at a takeout window to whipped cream at a café to sirloin tips at the local pub, pet menus are popping up all over the country in an effort to cater to a canine crowd.
B.C. ombudsperson finds 'systemic mismanagement' in hiring at public service agency

B.C. ombudsperson finds 'systemic mismanagement' in hiring at public service agency

Ombudsperson Jay Chalke says 64 temporary jobs went to ineligible people previously appointed under government orders-in-council, diverting career development opportunities from public servants.
B.C. pig farm protesters avoid prison sentence upon appeal

B.C. pig farm protesters avoid prison sentence upon appeal

The appeal court ruled the lower judge did not properly consider a conditional sentence.
Baldrey: B.C.'s 2024 election outcome will favour female candidates

Baldrey: B.C.'s 2024 election outcome will favour female candidates

Political columnist Keith Baldrey believes history will be made in the 2024 provincial election with the likelihood of more female MLAs elected than male.
Capilano University reopens North Vancouver campuses after threat-related closure

Capilano University reopens North Vancouver campuses after threat-related closure

The alleged perpetrator has been banned from all CapU campuses, the school says
BB gun pellets hurt pedestrians in Port Moody: police

BB gun pellets hurt pedestrians in Port Moody: police

Two teens are sought by Port Moody police, alleged to have shot pedestrians with BB gun pellets in the Heritage Mountain area.
Bigger and more B.C. family benefit cheques coming in July

Bigger and more B.C. family benefit cheques coming in July

With the provincial government set to increase its debt from $89 billion to $156 billion between 2022 and 2027, some tax money is trickling back down to families.
If the Oilers win Game 7, will Stecher and Gagner get their names on the Stanley Cup?

If the Oilers win Game 7, will Stecher and Gagner get their names on the Stanley Cup?

Richmond's own Troy Stecher is the only former member of the Vancouver Canucks currently listed on the Edmonton Oilers' roster.
A student's death in a UBC dorm reveals gaps in how universities deal with emergencies

A student's death in a UBC dorm reveals gaps in how universities deal with emergencies

Kyle Sohn, 19, died in his dorm room in November 2022. His parents are calling on the school to create a dedicated on-campus emergency response team.