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B.C. society against medical assistance in dying gets final notice to vacate property

B.C. society against medical assistance in dying gets final notice to vacate property

DELTA, B.C. — A provincially funded society that refused to provide medical assistance in dying has been issued a final notice about its breach of a lease at a facility in Delta, B.C. Fraser Health says it has ended its $1.

B.C. Liberal party to choose new leader in February 2022

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Liberal party will elect a new leader next February. The party says the winner of its leadership race will be announced on Feb. 5, 2022, after three days of voting by party members.
'We love ya': Rock star Bryan Adams thanks Lions Gate Hospital for looking after his mom

'We love ya': Rock star Bryan Adams thanks Lions Gate Hospital for looking after his mom

"Thanks to the incredible staff at @lghfoundation (Lions Gate Hospital) in North Vancouver for taking such good care of my mum Jane."
Prince George MLA Shirley Bond to remain interim BC Liberal leader until February 2022

Prince George MLA Shirley Bond to remain interim BC Liberal leader until February 2022

Party leadership election will take place Feb. 3-5, 2022
B.C. man sentenced to 29 months, fined nearly $645K for tax evasion, forgery

B.C. man sentenced to 29 months, fined nearly $645K for tax evasion, forgery

VANCOUVER — The Canada Revenue Agency says a West Vancouver man has been sentenced to 29 months in jail and handed a stiff fine for attempting to avoid a tax bill.
Province will complete Site C dam with new $16-billion price tag

Province will complete Site C dam with new $16-billion price tag

Despite the added cost and an additional one-year delay, Horgan government commits to damming the Peace River.
Vancouver Mural Festival’s augmented reality exhibits vandalized (PHOTOS)

Vancouver Mural Festival’s augmented reality exhibits vandalized (PHOTOS)

The damaged exhibits were a part of the festival’s special winter edition
B.C. police looking for witnesses to statue beheading, graffiti spree

B.C. police looking for witnesses to statue beheading, graffiti spree

VICTORIA — Police in Victoria are asking for help from the public who may know something about the beheading of a royal statue and a recent rash of graffiti in the city.

Possible miscarriage of justice in woman's conviction in toddler drowning: prosecutor

VICTORIA — A special prosecutor says there may have been a miscarriage of justice when a babysitter was convicted of criminal negligence causing death in the drowning of a toddler in Cranbrook, B.C.
Avalanche warning for backcountry users in North and South Rockies

Avalanche warning for backcountry users in North and South Rockies

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — Avalanche Canada has issued a warning for recreational backcountry users in British Columbia and Alberta, covering the North and South Rockies, the Lizard Range, Flathead and Waterton Lakes National Park.