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Ottawa bans China's Huawei, ZTE 5G equipment

Ottawa bans China's Huawei, ZTE 5G equipment

Canada's five closest intelligence allies have already taken measures to ban the equipment over espionage concerns
Convicted nurse impersonator may face more B.C. charges

Convicted nurse impersonator may face more B.C. charges

A woman already convicted of posing as a nurse at Ottawa medical and dental clinics now returns to B.C. where she is alleged to have posed as a nurse at BC Women's Hospital for a year.
Why Hollywood North is poised to weather potential recession

Why Hollywood North is poised to weather potential recession

Data shows B.C.'s film and TV sector has rebounded quickly from past downturns.
NDP bill seeks to ban spanking, corporal punishment in Canada

NDP bill seeks to ban spanking, corporal punishment in Canada

New Westminster-Burnaby MP Peter Julian introduced the Corinne's Quest bill in Ottawa on May 19.
How B.C.'s Human Rights Code helps renters

How B.C.'s Human Rights Code helps renters

The code protects certain parts of an individual’s identity, including age, family status and sexual orientation.
Vaccine hesitancy among immigrants increases risk of health disparities

Vaccine hesitancy among immigrants increases risk of health disparities

Migrants rights organization combats vaccine hesitancy by advocating for all migrants regardless of status.
B.C.'s public-sector union contracts unlikely to drive inflation, experts say

B.C.'s public-sector union contracts unlikely to drive inflation, experts say

Organized labour cites importance of collective agreements for competitiveness, small businesses
B.C. man awarded more than $1M after hitting steel chain strung across dirt road

B.C. man awarded more than $1M after hitting steel chain strung across dirt road

In his decision, the judge said Cody Jackson has suffered "profound, life-altering negative consequences to his physical and mental health" as a result of the accident.
Washington State offers COVID-19 booster loophole for older B.C. adults

Washington State offers COVID-19 booster loophole for older B.C. adults

Some Canadians age 50 to 70 are seeking a second COVID-19 booster in Washington State.
Wind brings down massive tree, blocking five lanes of North Van traffic

Wind brings down massive tree, blocking five lanes of North Van traffic

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