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New Democrat MLAs speak out in BC Legislature about combatting racism

VICTORIA – New Democrats Henry Yao and Aman Singh were among the MLAs who spoke in the BC legislature on Monday saying we must...

Private sector jobs plan long overdue for B.C.

KAMLOOPS – As employment in B.C. declines for a second month, and with the private sector still down 61,000 jobs compared to pre-pandemic levels...

New attractions highlight this weekend’s Surrey Fusion Festival

Surrey: Now just two days away, BC's largest multicultural celebration, Surrey Fusion Festival, will feature new additions this year including seven new countries joining...

More than 190 organizations receive grant funding to tackle racism

VICTORIA - People and communities throughout B.C. will have increased capacity to address racism and discrimination, and build intercultural trust and understanding as more than...

Families benefiting from B.C.’s fastest creation of child care spaces

VICTORIA - More families than ever are benefiting from better access to quality, affordable child care, thanks to the fastest creation of child care...

Surrey Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21 at Holland...

Surrey: Join Surrey’s National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration and Wellness Event on Tuesday, June 21 from 3 to 8pm at Holland Park. Hosted by...

Police say gang conflict in Metro Vancouver may be behind shooting...

Richmond: The death of a 28-year-old man outside the departure terminal at Vancouver International Airport is believed to be linked to the ongoing gang...

B.C. drug death toll passes 10,000 since declaration of emergency in...

Victoria: British Columbia has lost more than 10,000 lives to illicit drugs since the province declared a public health emergency in April 2016, chief coroner...

Suspects in separate murder, attempted murder cases died in same...

Vancouver: A plane crash in Ontario that killed an alleged hit man also claimed the life of a man believed to be linked to...

Survey shows Vancouver still leads the country in traffic congestion

The Canadian Press VANCOUVER: An annual traffic survey reveals Vancouver remains Canada's most congested city, followed by Toronto and Montreal, but the study shows all...

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