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Peak pandemic spending led to 'tip inflation' for B.C.'s service industry

Peak pandemic spending led to 'tip inflation' for B.C.'s service industry

"We are just in love with tipping in Canada and the U.S. It's a Western thing," says the president and CEO of the BC Restaurant and Foodservices Association.
True Crime Canada: The Greyhound bus beheading case

True Crime Canada: The Greyhound bus beheading case

The tale of Vince Li, who left Canadians reeling in disgust after beheading fellow bus passenger Tim McLean in 2008, continues to cause anger across the country. Warning: This story contains details that may be distressing to some readers.
BBB: How to avoid delivery scams this holiday season

BBB: How to avoid delivery scams this holiday season

"Beyond phishing attempts, package theft is also rampant leading up to the holidays."
How to make your next manager one-on-one meeting productive

How to make your next manager one-on-one meeting productive

Use the meeting time wisely. More than seven in 10 senior managers find meetings to be unproductive.
Two B.C. family lawyers commit misconduct toward female clients

Two B.C. family lawyers commit misconduct toward female clients

Two lawyers committed professional misconduct against their female clients during family law proceedings, the Law Society of BC has found.
'Confluence of bad air': How climate change is undermining B.C.'s air quality

'Confluence of bad air': How climate change is undermining B.C.'s air quality

In 2021, 16 municipalities exceeded provincial or federal air quality standards for PM 2.5, ozone or sulphur dioxide. Experts say climate change is driving a worrying trend.
New B.C. premier reverses autism funding overhaul

New B.C. premier reverses autism funding overhaul

Advocates are celebrating David Eby's decision to maintain individualized autism funding.
B.C. cannabis sales hit all-time high in September

B.C. cannabis sales hit all-time high in September

The BCGEU strike in August did not appear to crimp that month's sales.
Squamish Estuary reopens following bear attacks

Squamish Estuary reopens following bear attacks

The weeks-long closure ends, as no new activity has occurred since attacks.
The philanthropic shift toward human-centred climate action

The philanthropic shift toward human-centred climate action

Social justice and philanthropy fuel a new era of climate action that focuses on more than just science.
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