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B.C. real estate fraudster sentenced to 5 years jail in Calgary

B.C. real estate fraudster sentenced to 5 years jail in Calgary

Brian Kitts was also ordered to pay back over $1.3 million in restitution
B.C. tying minimum wage increases to inflation permanently through new law

B.C. tying minimum wage increases to inflation permanently through new law

Minimum wage will rise to 65 cents to $17.40 on June 1 for most eligible workers
Convicted sex offender to be released in Vancouver, police warn

Convicted sex offender to be released in Vancouver, police warn

Skylar Wayne Pelletier, 24, poses a risk to women in the community, Vancouver police say
Okanagan weather breaks 38-year-old heat records, then slips into snow

Okanagan weather breaks 38-year-old heat records, then slips into snow

Sunday’s temperatures in Penticton, Summerland and Vernon all broke records set in 1986
2nd young woman dies in hospital after SUV plows into Uber on B.C. highway

2nd young woman dies in hospital after SUV plows into Uber on B.C. highway

4 women described as close friends were celebrating a birthday just before 4 a.m. Burnaby crash
Some B.C. cell plans not as cheap as they were since Rogers-Shaw merger

Some B.C. cell plans not as cheap as they were since Rogers-Shaw merger

Competition Bureau says it has not seen evidence of comparable pricing
B.C. premier calls on comedy group to apologize to families of Pickton victims

B.C. premier calls on comedy group to apologize to families of Pickton victims

David Eby calls merchandise depicting Robert Pickton a ‘sad attempt at humour’
B.C. child poverty rate increases for first time in a decade: advocacy group

B.C. child poverty rate increases for first time in a decade: advocacy group

Report card finds 14.3% of B.C. children lived in poverty in 2021, up from 13.3% in 2020
New online harms bill gets stamp of approval from Amanda Todd’s mom

New online harms bill gets stamp of approval from Amanda Todd’s mom

Government wants to target what is considered the most seriously harmful content online
Insurance anxiety looms for B.C. homeowners facing climate impacts

Insurance anxiety looms for B.C. homeowners facing climate impacts

Coverage prices could rise due to the impacts of climate change-fueled disasters