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Man faces two murder charges after shooting at remote B.C. First Nation

Man faces two murder charges after shooting at remote B.C. First Nation

TSAY KEH DENE, B.C. — Police say a man has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder in connection with fatal shootings in a northern B.C. First Nation community this week.
RCMP in B.C. warn of fake Taylor Swift concert tickets being sold online

RCMP in B.C. warn of fake Taylor Swift concert tickets being sold online

Those who fell victim told police they sent the money to the supposed seller for Swift tickets but received nothing back. 
Saskatchewan teachers to go back into bargaining with province following dispute

Saskatchewan teachers to go back into bargaining with province following dispute

REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers are returning to the bargaining table and ending job action that had threatened to upend extracurricular activities, including graduation ceremonies.
Sign up for the Terry Fox Run today, see your money matched

Sign up for the Terry Fox Run today, see your money matched

Community runs in memory of Port Coquitlam hero Terry Fox take place on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2024, around the country. Donations and fundraising will be matched on April 12 by PharmaChoice Canada.
12 B.C. municipal parties under investigation for finance or advertising violations

12 B.C. municipal parties under investigation for finance or advertising violations

VANCOUVER — A dozen municipal political parties in British Columbia, including those that won council majorities in Vancouver and Burnaby in 2022, are under investigation by Elections BC for possible financing or advertising violations.
New B.C. information and privacy commissioner named

New B.C. information and privacy commissioner named

Former Newfoundland and Labrador information and privacy commissioner succeeds Michael McEvoy in the B.C. position in May.
Low-income renters got a benefit. Scammers took one day to target it, BC Housing says

Low-income renters got a benefit. Scammers took one day to target it, BC Housing says

VANCOUVER — BC Housing is warning of scammers targeting recipients of a support scheme for elderly low-income renters, just one day after it was announced.
B.C. tables anti-racism legislation, promises to hold public bodies accountable

B.C. tables anti-racism legislation, promises to hold public bodies accountable

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government tabled legislation Thursday that's designed to hold public bodies accountable for addressing systemic racism in policy and programs, the province's attorney general said.
A 'vicious cycle' is scaring away investment from B.C. forests, says industry

A 'vicious cycle' is scaring away investment from B.C. forests, says industry

At an annual meeting of forest executives and insiders, industry offered a consistent message: dwindling wood fibre and regulatory uncertainty is scaring away investment in B.C.
Health Canada warns City of Vancouver over licensing mushroom dispensary

Health Canada warns City of Vancouver over licensing mushroom dispensary

Letter: "Health Canada maintains the position that illegally operating storefronts pose a risk to the health and safety of Canadians."