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B.C. bar fined $3,000 for being over customer limit

B.C. bar fined $3,000 for being over customer limit

Inspectors found Vancouver's Shamrock Bar & Grill had more than 70 people on June 17, 2023 despite a capacity of 44 patrons.
Last of 'vulnerable' B.C. co-ops saved despite feds being 'MIA'

Last of 'vulnerable' B.C. co-ops saved despite feds being 'MIA'

Two rare co-ops on private land have been saved from the prospect of redevelopment with a $71-million injection of cash to a non-profit trust entity operated by the Co-operative Housing Federation of BC.
B.C. woman convicted of COVID assault acquitted on appeal

B.C. woman convicted of COVID assault acquitted on appeal

A judge found the woman assaulted a store employee by coughing in their direction, and assaulted another by pushing her shopping cart into him.
Thousands still waiting to find a doctor through B.C. registry

Thousands still waiting to find a doctor through B.C. registry

Health Minister Adrian Dix says 60,000 people have been connected to a family doctor through the Health Connect Registry, while 220,000 continue to await placement
B.C. man convicted of sex assault of teen girl he met on Snapchat

B.C. man convicted of sex assault of teen girl he met on Snapchat

First of two girls Jerome Taylor met for sex said she was 17 when she was 13.
B.C. hospital loses appeal over elderly patient's broken hip

B.C. hospital loses appeal over elderly patient's broken hip

Ying Wei Zheng was awarded $75,000 after he broke his hip when he fell getting out of a Vancouver General Hospital bed in 2016.
Palestinian terror group applauds Selina Robinson's NDP cabinet exit

Palestinian terror group applauds Selina Robinson's NDP cabinet exit

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine has a history of guerrilla warfare, suicide bombings and hijacking civilian airliners.
Greenpeace alleges lobbying push for 'questionable' carbon offsets

Greenpeace alleges lobbying push for 'questionable' carbon offsets

Greenpeace says it has revealed a 'concerted' industry effort to lobby Canadian government on its climate change and environmental policies, especially around 'often questionable' projects.
Police cleared of wrongdoing in anti-SOGI tractor rollover

Police cleared of wrongdoing in anti-SOGI tractor rollover

The incident occurred on Nov. 25, 2023, following a protest against sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) programs in public schools.
B.C. sex worker killer, child abuser will have bail hearing

B.C. sex worker killer, child abuser will have bail hearing

Jatin Patel is accused of breaching a long-term supervision order after convictions for killing a North Vancouver sex worker and for sexually assaulting adolescent females.