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First Nations group wants to intervene in human rights case against Vancouver police

First Nations group wants to intervene in human rights case against Vancouver police

VANCOUVER — The Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs has launched an effort to gain intervener status in a human rights case involving an Indigenous man and his granddaughter over their treatment by Vancouver police while they tried to open a bank account.
Ex-casino CEO and actress wife plead guilty to vaccine scheme; fined $500

Ex-casino CEO and actress wife plead guilty to vaccine scheme; fined $500

Millionaire couple struck deal with prosecutor and does not apologize directly to First Nation
West Moberly's Twin Sisters nursery works on residential school memorial

West Moberly's Twin Sisters nursery works on residential school memorial

West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations’ Twin Sisters Native Plant Nursery is raising awareness through a memorial garden.
Band gathering experts, preparing budgets in wake of unmarked graves discovered in Kamloops

Band gathering experts, preparing budgets in wake of unmarked graves discovered in Kamloops

Kukpi7 Rosanne Casimir says much of the work so far has involved outreach and having initial conversations about the findings.
8 people in B.C. got rich from Lotto Max — just not mega-rich

8 people in B.C. got rich from Lotto Max — just not mega-rich

The big prize went unclaimed
British Columbia police watchdog clears Terrace RCMP officers of wrongdoing in crash

British Columbia police watchdog clears Terrace RCMP officers of wrongdoing in crash

SURREY, B.C. — Two RCMP officers have been cleared of wrongdoing related to the fatal crash of an all-terrain vehicle in northwestern B.C.

Contaminants in generic drugs may cause long-term harm to DNA: B.C. researcher

VANCOUVER — Contaminants in some generic medications used to treat heart disease, diabetes and other common conditions could damage DNA, affect basic cell functions and increase the risk of cancer, suggests a study from the University of British Colu
B.C. reports no new COVID-19 deaths as it begins second step of reopening plan

B.C. reports no new COVID-19 deaths as it begins second step of reopening plan

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials are reporting 108 new cases of COVID-19 as the province begins step two of its reopening plan. They say in a statement B.C. has 1,496 active cases and 143,299 people have recovered from the infection.
Downtown Vancouver display marks 10th anniversary of Stanley Cup riot (VIDEO)

Downtown Vancouver display marks 10th anniversary of Stanley Cup riot (VIDEO)

The one-day event was organized by two local filmmakers.
BC Highway Patrol: restrictions are lifted, out-of-province non-essential travel advisory continues

BC Highway Patrol: restrictions are lifted, out-of-province non-essential travel advisory continues

Highway safety.