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B.C. government professional workers vote 92% to strike

B.C. government professional workers vote 92% to strike

Workers who have voted to strike include pharmacists, engineers, foresters, agrologists, geoscientists, psychologists and veterinarians.
B.C. government appeals Hells Angels' clubhouse forfeiture decision

B.C. government appeals Hells Angels' clubhouse forfeiture decision

Three B.C. Court of Appeal justices are hearing the B.C. Government's appeal of a high-profile civil forfeiture case this week involving three Hells Angels' clubhouses, including the one in Kelowna's North End. In June 2020, B.C.
Major tennis tournament Laver Cup coming to Vancouver in 2023

Major tennis tournament Laver Cup coming to Vancouver in 2023

A tennis tournament that will likely feature a number of the highest-ranked players from around the world will be hosted by Vancouver in 2023, officials said today.
'Exemplary' B.C. lawyer suspended for anti-money laundering failures

'Exemplary' B.C. lawyer suspended for anti-money laundering failures

Veteran lawyer George Gregory has been suspended for two months.
Rain, impending heat wave prompt warning and raise flood potential in B.C.

Rain, impending heat wave prompt warning and raise flood potential in B.C.

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada says the first hot spell of the year is about to settle over much of British Columbia, bringing temperatures in the low to mid-30s until at least early next week.
Short-staffed B.C. Ferries calls back unvaccinated staff after COVID vaccine mandate ends

Short-staffed B.C. Ferries calls back unvaccinated staff after COVID vaccine mandate ends

Multiple sailing cancellations on Tsawwassen-Swartz Bay route for Queen of New Westminster until June 30 because of crew shortage
Drunk driver who killed B.C. officer is out again on statutory release

Drunk driver who killed B.C. officer is out again on statutory release

VANCOUVER — A man convicted of drunk and dangerous driving causing the death of an RCMP officer has been freed again on statutory release with a warning to stay away from drugs and alcohol and get counselling.
B.C. cat killer's release conditions changed for travel

B.C. cat killer's release conditions changed for travel

Convicted cat killer Kayla Bourque must have a monitoring bracelet removed before flights to and from Prince George but restored as soon as possible after each flight.
B.C. nurse gets one-year ER ban for failing to check on deteriorating patient

B.C. nurse gets one-year ER ban for failing to check on deteriorating patient

The nurse has agreed to to the ban and remedial education.
Sexual interference conviction issued in Prince George overturned on appeal

Sexual interference conviction issued in Prince George overturned on appeal

Trial judge "committed reversible errors in principle," B.C. Court of Appeals finds