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Iconic Vancouver jazz singer honoured with stamp (VIDEO)

Iconic Vancouver jazz singer honoured with stamp (VIDEO)

She was a pioneer in radio and television, as well.
Police looking for woman missing in Metro Vancouver

Police looking for woman missing in Metro Vancouver

She's wanted on a BC Mental Health Act Warrant.
Kamloops man pleads guilty to sexual offence against youths

Kamloops man pleads guilty to sexual offence against youths

A Kamloops man who coached youth sports will be sentenced for a sexual offence involving youths that took place over a two-year period
Feds agree to hand over residential school docs to NCTR

Feds agree to hand over residential school docs to NCTR

The federal government has entered into an agreement with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) to hand over 750,000 residential school documents.
Technology: ‘Massive demand’ for B.C. biotech talent putting pressure on sector

Technology: ‘Massive demand’ for B.C. biotech talent putting pressure on sector

Vancouver's life sciences sector faces as many as 5,000 job vacancies by 2029
Petition launched to have North Okanagan resident Cecilia Louis recognized for her years of hard work

Petition launched to have North Okanagan resident Cecilia Louis recognized for her years of hard work

Residential school survivor Cecilia Louis spent the first 11 years enduring horrific abuse at the school where she was was deprived of her family, her language and culture.
Ghost gear: Debris from fishing and oyster farms lurks underwater, endangering sea life

Ghost gear: Debris from fishing and oyster farms lurks underwater, endangering sea life

Abandoned oyster and other aquaculture farms of the west coast of Vancouver Island are death traps to salmon, herring, marine mammals and myriad sea life — and nobody really knows how many are out there.
Ucluelet water supply line damaged beyond repair, district says

Ucluelet water supply line damaged beyond repair, district says

The water supply line running across the Ucluelet Inlet to the Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ (Ucluelet) First Nation will have to be completely replaced, the District of Ucluelet announced Saturday in a public notice.
Crime Stoppers warns businesses to protect themselves against ‘recent rash of crimes’

Crime Stoppers warns businesses to protect themselves against ‘recent rash of crimes’

Recent weeks of break-ins, robberies and vandalism at Lower Mainland businesses leads to information campaign

Staffing shortages, COVID-19 lead to postponement of B.C. provincial exams

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Education Ministry says graduation assessments for students in grades 10 to 12 will not take place this month due to COVID-19.