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Former WestJet flight attendant has class-action law suit against airline certified

Former WestJet flight attendant has class-action law suit against airline certified

Mandalena Lewis, who used to be based out of YVR, has been battling the airline for six years, over claims of sexual assault and failing to provide a safe workplace for flight attendants
Whale-watching boat crew pulls father and son from choppy sea after canoe capsizes

Whale-watching boat crew pulls father and son from choppy sea after canoe capsizes

The pair was spotted between Mudge Island and Vancouver Island
'We need more nurses now': B.C. aims to fast-track approval of nurses trained outside Canada

'We need more nurses now': B.C. aims to fast-track approval of nurses trained outside Canada

Despite an increase in nurse-training spots and other initiatives, demand for nurses continues to outstrip supply, says Health Minister Adrian Dix.
B.C. government preparing to introduce anti-racism legislation

B.C. government preparing to introduce anti-racism legislation

Rachna Singh, parliamentary secretary for anti-racism initiatives said that this legislation will help advance racial equity in British Columbia.
Victoria city councillor embroiled in pandemic travel scandal won’t run again

Victoria city councillor embroiled in pandemic travel scandal won’t run again

Somalian refugee turned politician disobeyed pandemic public health orders by travelling during the 2020 Christmas season.
Help and hope are available for male sexual abuse survivors

Help and hope are available for male sexual abuse survivors

Howe Sound Women's Centre is a safe place for all genders in need of sexual assault support.
A Vancouver man hasn't eaten anything in 25 days. Here's why.

A Vancouver man hasn't eaten anything in 25 days. Here's why.

"He is risking damage to vital organs and dangerous heart rhythms that can be fatal.”
Hells Angel charged in alleged U.S. stock fraud involving David Sidoo

Hells Angel charged in alleged U.S. stock fraud involving David Sidoo

An alleged complex U.S. stock fraud scheme using offshore shell companies has roots in B.C., including possible gang ties.
Shady contractors costing B.C. $300M

Shady contractors costing B.C. $300M

B.C. Building Trades urges province to carry out spot checks against ‘cheaters’
Cherry farmers worried by unseasonably cold temperatures in British Columbia

Cherry farmers worried by unseasonably cold temperatures in British Columbia

KELOWNA, B.C. — Some cherry farmers in British Columbia are using helicopters to push warm air over their trees as unseasonably cool temperatures threaten this year's cherry crop even before the fruit has formed. Sukhpaul Bal, president of the B.C.