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Fired B.C. construction worker owed $1,955 in damages, tribunal rules

Fired B.C. construction worker owed $1,955 in damages, tribunal rules

A Metro Vancouver company had not proven it fired a former employee for just cause, B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal said.
Watch: Distressed whale found 'hogtied' in 400 feet of rope in B.C. waters

Watch: Distressed whale found 'hogtied' in 400 feet of rope in B.C. waters

The humpback whale was wrapped in hundreds of feet of prawn gear.
27M doses of fentanyl seized from B.C. drug 'superlab'

27M doses of fentanyl seized from B.C. drug 'superlab'

Police seized 16 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine, four kilograms of pure fentanyl, 317 kilograms of marijuana bud and about $20,000 in cash.
Head of ICBC takes over as president of B.C. Ferries

Head of ICBC takes over as president of B.C. Ferries

Nicholas Jimenez led ICBC through its restructuring to bring in no-fault “enhanced care” auto insurance.
Kennedy Stewart returns to university, may not be done with politics

Kennedy Stewart returns to university, may not be done with politics

Three months after losing the Vancouver mayoralty to Ken Sim, Kennedy Stewart said he is excited to be back at Simon Fraser University with a promotion.
B.C. inflation outpaces national rate for sixth straight month

B.C. inflation outpaces national rate for sixth straight month

Inflation grew at a rate of 6.6 per cent on West Coast compared with 6.3 per cent nationally in December
British Columbians slipping deeper into debt

British Columbians slipping deeper into debt

Anxiety levels rising as more British Columbians pay only minimum credit card balances
Coastal GasLink accused of failing to prevent sediment from entering a Wet’suwet’en river

Coastal GasLink accused of failing to prevent sediment from entering a Wet’suwet’en river

Wet’suwet’en chiefs and supporters allege the pipeline company violated provincial environmental regulations, operating excavators in a remote river without adequate mitigation measures in place
Opinion: How one small school in B.C. became a public elementary Montessori school

Opinion: How one small school in B.C. became a public elementary Montessori school

Building trusting relations among teachers, parents, a community and school administrators is important when schools enter decision-making processes about programs of choice.
Work at B.C.'s remote lighthouses — coast guard now hiring

Work at B.C.'s remote lighthouses — coast guard now hiring

Experience working in isolation is helpful, states the job posting.