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Victoria unveils changes to information and privacy legislation

Victoria unveils changes to information and privacy legislation

Privacy commissioner calls some changes ‘exceedingly troubling’
North Vancouver utility may heat homes with Bitcoin's wasted heat

North Vancouver utility may heat homes with Bitcoin's wasted heat

Council must approve deal before cryptocurrency mining rig can be installed
B.C.’s lack of whistleblowing program for publicly traded companies opens door to misconduct: lawyer

B.C.’s lack of whistleblowing program for publicly traded companies opens door to misconduct: lawyer

What protection that is afforded only came into force in March 2020 and is limited, says Vancouver securities litigator.
Protesting TSB investigation

Protesting TSB investigation

Lytton residents protesting TSB wildfire investigation Sunday
B.C. reports 667 cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths in wake of northern B.C. restrictions

B.C. reports 667 cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths in wake of northern B.C. restrictions

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 667 new cases of COVID-19 after new health restrictions in northern B.C. came in to effect. The Health Ministry says there are 5,128 active cases of the virus, with 367 people hospitalized.
Two B.C. women file constitutional challenge of vaccine card

Two B.C. women file constitutional challenge of vaccine card

VANCOUVER — Two British Columbia women who say doctors advised them against getting COVID-19 vaccines have filed a constitutional challenge of the province's vaccine passport. A petition filed in B.C.
Weather systems to bring 'river' of rain to B.C.'s south coast: Environment Canada

Weather systems to bring 'river' of rain to B.C.'s south coast: Environment Canada

VANCOUVER — Two successive frontal systems will bring an "atmospheric river" to British Columbia's south coast until Saturday night. Environment Canada has issued rainfall, snowfall and special weather statements for several areas along B.C.
Constitutional challenge mounted against B.C. vaccine passports

Constitutional challenge mounted against B.C. vaccine passports

Health issues prevent vaccination, women claim.
B.C. announces further COVID-19 restrictions to curb transmission in Northern Health

B.C. announces further COVID-19 restrictions to curb transmission in Northern Health

58 critically ill people airlifted out of the hospitals in the north
Ken Sim launches mayoral bid in Chinatown, vows ‘15-minute cities’

Ken Sim launches mayoral bid in Chinatown, vows ‘15-minute cities’

Former NPA candidate has officially found a new party in second bid for mayor’s chair