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Rob Shaw: London Drugs, B.C. officials lean on irksome wordplay amid cyberattacks

Rob Shaw: London Drugs, B.C. officials lean on irksome wordplay amid cyberattacks

Rather than hiding behind sanitized language, B.C. organizations owe full transparency to those hit by data breaches
With subtle phrases, job postings inadvertently weed out job seekers with disabilities

With subtle phrases, job postings inadvertently weed out job seekers with disabilities

Making a workplace inclusive starts with ensuring that job listings are written in a way that encourages people with disabilities to apply.
Port Moody joins planned class action lawsuit against major oil corporations

Port Moody joins planned class action lawsuit against major oil corporations

Port Moody's participation brings to seven communities which have agreed to join the class action
$17K business class flights top cost among record Metro Vancouver board expenses

$17K business class flights top cost among record Metro Vancouver board expenses

Business class airfare and expensive hotels run up costs for political conferences attended by Metro Vancouver board directors.
Headlines from the past: Basketballers take it to the street in Port Coquitlam

Headlines from the past: Basketballers take it to the street in Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam city council ordered a net on a Citadel Heights cul-de-sac be removed.
Opinion: London Drugs’ response to cyberattack a case study in crisis management

Opinion: London Drugs’ response to cyberattack a case study in crisis management

London Drugs' response to the LockBit cyberattack reveals critical lessons for businesses handling data vulnerabilities
Tri-Cities Today: May 24, 2024

Tri-Cities Today: May 24, 2024

Read what's happening in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody on Friday, May 24, 2024.
Rising housing costs boost health of rich, worsen health of poor, finds B.C. study

Rising housing costs boost health of rich, worsen health of poor, finds B.C. study

Review found that rising housing prices are linked to improved health for homeowners and higher-income people, and a decline in overall health for renters and low-income people.
Parks Canada defends $12M Sidney Island deer kill, ecological restoration

Parks Canada defends $12M Sidney Island deer kill, ecological restoration

On Wednesday, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation slammed the plan, calling it a waste of money
Competition Bureau probes alleged anticompetitive conduct by Loblaws, Sobeys owners

Competition Bureau probes alleged anticompetitive conduct by Loblaws, Sobeys owners

VANCOUVER AND TORONTO — Canada's Competition Bureau has launched investigations into the parent companies of grocery chains Loblaws and Sobeys for alleged anticompetitive conduct, court documents reveal, with Sobeys' owner calling the inquiry "unlawf