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Former Supreme Court justice Beverley McLachlin leads B.C. investigation

Former Supreme Court justice Beverley McLachlin leads B.C. investigation

McLachlin to report on allegations of spending abuses by May 3
Wild salmon council calls for immediate actions to increase B.C.'s wild salmon

Wild salmon council calls for immediate actions to increase B.C.'s wild salmon

Salmon stocks continue to weaken at alarming rates, council says
Facebook aims to reduce 'anti-vaxxer' messages, ads as part of 'safety' campaign

Facebook aims to reduce 'anti-vaxxer' messages, ads as part of 'safety' campaign

Facebook should ban posts by so-called anti-vaxxers in order to protect children against measles and other contagious diseases, says a British Columbia mother who launched a petition urging parents to start home schooling if they're against immunizat
B.C. Builders Code aims to change trades workplace culture, retain more women

B.C. Builders Code aims to change trades workplace culture, retain more women

Hazing and harassment affect entire worksites: LNG Canada CEO
Goldsmith-Jones confident in PM, hopes to see Wilson-Raybould and Philpott remain in caucus

Goldsmith-Jones confident in PM, hopes to see Wilson-Raybould and Philpott remain in caucus

West Vancouver, Sunshine Coast and Sea to Sky MP Pam Goldsmith-Jones says she has confidence in Justin Trudeau’s leadership as both prime minister and head of the Liberal party, after a tumultuous week in Ottawa, and she hopes the two MPs at the cent
Lions Bay woman banned from administering Botox

Lions Bay woman banned from administering Botox

Injunction granted after one-time client ‘sustained injury'
B.C. premier checks time change mood with U.S. neighbours

B.C. premier checks time change mood with U.S. neighbours

Horgan wrote to governors of three states
Renowned Island poet Patrick Lane dies at 79

Renowned Island poet Patrick Lane dies at 79

Lane crafted a writing career from his working-class roots
Women’s Centre housing project needs money, fast

Women’s Centre housing project needs money, fast

Development may take away needed land for housing, Howe Sound Women’s Centre official says
Trudeau acknowledges ‘erosion of trust’ between his office and Wilson-Raybould

Trudeau acknowledges ‘erosion of trust’ between his office and Wilson-Raybould

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he should have been aware trust had broken down between his office and former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould over the SNC-Lavalin controversy, but stopped short of apologizing to her.