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British Columbians support mobile phone ban in classrooms

British Columbians support mobile phone ban in classrooms

The government of Ontario has provided its share of controversial decisions since the election of a Progressive Conservative majority government in 2018.
B.C. Santa fired for naughty photos has new gigs

B.C. Santa fired for naughty photos has new gigs

A Santa Claus fired from Penticton's Cherry Lane Shopping Centre earlier this week for naughty photos taken on his own time offsite has received overwhelming support from the community, with new requests for his services pouring in.
This is how to avoid shopping scams on social media: BBB

This is how to avoid shopping scams on social media: BBB

The Better Business Bureau is warning holiday shoppers to be on the lookout for fraud when purchasing items from a social media seller. The latest scam, according to BBB, involves an Instagram seller dealing in rare and unique sneakers.
British Columbians support mobile phone ban in classrooms

British Columbians support mobile phone ban in classrooms

Mb>The government of Ontario has provided its share of controversial decisions since the election of a Progressive Conservative majority government in 2018.
B.C. tour company ordered to pay $35K for using bait to attract bears

B.C. tour company ordered to pay $35K for using bait to attract bears

COS says it's the highest fine ever imposed by a B.C. court for such an offence
Winter rescue season begins, North Shore Rescue says

Winter rescue season begins, North Shore Rescue says

If you want to experience frozen, you now have two options – get to a movie theatre or get lost in the mountains. "We need to be prepared now for full winter conditions," said Mike Danks, North Shore Rescue team leader.
What about the gondola investigation?

What about the gondola investigation?

Squamish RCMP give brief update
Transit shutdown in Vancouver averted, tentative deal reached

Transit shutdown in Vancouver averted, tentative deal reached

VANCOUVER — About 350,000 commuters in Metro Vancouver were spared the inconvenience of a full bus strike Wednesday after a month-long transit dispute ended with a tentative agreement.
Privacy watchdogs say B.C. firm broke rules for political ads on Facebook

Privacy watchdogs say B.C. firm broke rules for political ads on Facebook

VANCOUVER — An investigation by two Canadian privacy commissioners found that a British Columbia firm broke privacy laws when it used and disclosed personal information in the province, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Addressing Squamish's childcare crisis

Addressing Squamish's childcare crisis

District seeks ideas and feedback at open house