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B.C. tribunal accepts racial profiling complaint against Hudson's Bay

B.C. tribunal accepts racial profiling complaint against Hudson's Bay

A Black Vancouver man who says he was racially profiled for suspected shoplifting will get his day before B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal after it accepted a complaint against Hudson's Bay Company
Two years in, B.C. charts potential path out of COVID-19 pandemic

Two years in, B.C. charts potential path out of COVID-19 pandemic

B.C.'s top doctor, who described the current Omicron wave as a 'very severe influenza season,' says she hopes to ease some restrictions on gatherings in time for Family Day.
Corruption in Canada worst in a decade, finds international watchdog

Corruption in Canada worst in a decade, finds international watchdog

Canada has, once again, slipped down the Transparency Canada rankings for corruption to 13th place
He requested an emotional support dog but his Vancouver strata shot it down. A tribunal agreed

He requested an emotional support dog but his Vancouver strata shot it down. A tribunal agreed

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal upheld a Vancouver strata's decision to deny a man an emotional support dog on the grounds that he didn't provide enough information
More rain, livestock producers needed for 2022

More rain, livestock producers needed for 2022

“The ups and down of the cattle industry are always there...it's a five-year-cycle."
Surprise evidence sidelines former B.C. legislature clerk's corruption trial

Surprise evidence sidelines former B.C. legislature clerk's corruption trial

New evidence from legislature's executive financial officer could be 'exculpatory,' says special Crown prosecutor
B.C. government extends wolf cull despite nearly 60% opposition

B.C. government extends wolf cull despite nearly 60% opposition

The B.C. government has extended its controversial wolf cull program for another five years, despite opposition from many scientists and the public.
‘It’s pretty desperate’: Coalition calls for Fraser steelhead to be listed as endangered

‘It’s pretty desperate’: Coalition calls for Fraser steelhead to be listed as endangered

In a letter to Ottawa, 15 fishery and conservation groups say there is an 'imminent threat' to the survival of Interior Fraser steelhead trout. They are asking the federal government to protect the species under Canada’s endangered species act before it’s too late.
Hudson's Hope looks to expand emergency service supports

Hudson's Hope looks to expand emergency service supports

District seeks funding from Union of BC Municipalities.
New ATV campground at Dinosaur Lake entering construction phase

New ATV campground at Dinosaur Lake entering construction phase

Block one buildout will include 10 campsites complete with picnic tables, firepits, and site markings.