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UNBC research suggests psychopaths can’t tell when someone is in pain

UNBC research suggests psychopaths can’t tell when someone is in pain

The new research suggests that psychopaths have a decreased ability to sense when someone else is in pain
Four Island residents face charges in Hells Angels drug case

Four Island residents face charges in Hells Angels drug case

The charges stem from an investigation led by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C., which targets gangs, that began in 2018.
41 charges laid in anti-gang investigation on Vancouver Island: police

41 charges laid in anti-gang investigation on Vancouver Island: police

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's anti-gang unit says federal prosecutors have approved 41 criminal charges against four alleged drug traffickers following a more than four-year investigation. The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C.
Northern B.C. aluminum smelter completes 16km hydroelectric tunnel

Northern B.C. aluminum smelter completes 16km hydroelectric tunnel

The billion-dollar project uses water diverted from the Nechako River watershed to power Rio Tinto’s aluminum smelter in Kitimat, B.C.
Ex-ICBC examiner awarded $2.2M for Burnaby driving test gone wrong

Ex-ICBC examiner awarded $2.2M for Burnaby driving test gone wrong

Heather Boal was injured in a crash during a road test she was administering in 2016. She has now successfully sued the woman taking the test and the man who taught her to drive.
Richard Wagamese's novel 'Ragged Company' secures film adaptation

Richard Wagamese's novel 'Ragged Company' secures film adaptation

WHISTLER, B.C. — Richard Wagamese's novel "Ragged Company" is being turned into a feature film. British Columbia-based Sea to Sky Entertainment and Grinding Halt Films say they have acquired the rights to adapt the book.
B.C. teachers strongly approve three-year contract with pay boost, added benefits

B.C. teachers strongly approve three-year contract with pay boost, added benefits

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's public school teachers have ratified a new three-year contract. Nearly 50,000 members of the BC Teachers' Federation were eligible to cast a ballot and a statement from the union says the vote was 94 per cent in favour.
B.C. Transit looking into battery-on-board electric double deckers

B.C. Transit looking into battery-on-board electric double deckers

B.C. Transit is seeking information from companies on everything from the maturity of their technology to the buses' cost, noise level, performance in climates similar to B.C.'s. and life span.
Vancouver police investigating two homicides on Downtown Eastside in span of one week

Vancouver police investigating two homicides on Downtown Eastside in span of one week

Vancouver police say they're investigating the deaths of two men in their 60s who died a week apart on the city's Downtown Eastside.
B.C. robotics firm Sanctuary nabs $30M from feds to help replace workers in dangerous jobs

B.C. robotics firm Sanctuary nabs $30M from feds to help replace workers in dangerous jobs

Nearly 300 people expected to work on robotics project Ottawa hopes could have a mining, military applications
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