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Tribunal drops B.C. teacher's gender-based discrimination complaint

Tribunal drops B.C. teacher's gender-based discrimination complaint

A North Vancouver teacher claimed students' complaints about 'manspreading' was "a gender-based slur."
ICYMI in Whistler: Alpine residents warned of intrusive bear

ICYMI in Whistler: Alpine residents warned of intrusive bear

Lil'wat Nation CAO resigns; Doc Fingers and Tom Keenlyside to play at PARC
Ex-boyfriend's gift of dog can't be revoked, B.C. tribunal rules

Ex-boyfriend's gift of dog can't be revoked, B.C. tribunal rules

Pets are considered personal property, and the principles of property law generally apply to pet ownership.
How politics, strict rules limit B.C. farmers' output on ALR land

How politics, strict rules limit B.C. farmers' output on ALR land

Stakeholders push province to ease food-processing regulations that restrict opportunities on ALR land.
Vancouver teacher didn't make an 'emotionally safe space' for students: commissioner

Vancouver teacher didn't make an 'emotionally safe space' for students: commissioner

Teacher made inappropriate suggestions about two international students, according to the B.C. Commissioner for Teacher Regulation.
Obituary: Betty Souther

Obituary: Betty Souther

A celebration of life for Betty will be held on August 24 from 2 to 5 p.m.
I found out a colleague has a higher salary. Should I use this information to get a raise?

I found out a colleague has a higher salary. Should I use this information to get a raise?

Also, recruiting with neurodiversity in mind, what to take out of your resume and hitting the ground running after parental leave
Capilano University and BCIT sign agreement with SLCC

Capilano University and BCIT sign agreement with SLCC

The agreement gives credits to students who take the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre’s Youth Ambassador Program
Wildfire burning beside Harrison Lake

Wildfire burning beside Harrison Lake

People called BC Wildfire Service after noticing smoke coming from the east side of Harrison Lake.
Airline regulator prods passenger to keep quiet on complaint rulings

Airline regulator prods passenger to keep quiet on complaint rulings

A consumer rights organization says the Canadian Transportation Agency is pressuring passengers to stay silent about its rulings on their complaints — a move the country's airline regulator says falls squarely within its mandate under the law.