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B.C. Supreme Court hears closing arguments on Nuchatlaht First Nation's land claim

The lawyer for a First Nation fighting for title to part of Nootka Island in British Columbia says in his closing argument that the underlying...

B.C. man guilty of 11 counts of sexual assault after befriending victims at Metro Vancouver churches

A Coquitlam, B.C., man in his late 70s has been found guilty of 11 counts of sexual assault.Court records show Raymond Gaglardi was convicted in B.C....

B.C. seniors have lowest financial support in Canada, says advocate

Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie says British Columbia ranks last among Canada's provinces and territories in providing key financial support for seniors.Mackenzie says a report released by...

Vancouver Sun, The Province among Postmedia papers ending Monday print edition

Postmedia Network Inc. says nine of its urban daily newspapers will no longer be printed and delivered on Mondays effective Oct. 17.Postmedia spokesperson Phyllise Gelfand...

Sentencing delayed for Dutch man convicted of extorting B.C. teen after prosecutor contracts COVID-19

UPDATE — 10:22 a.m. PT: The sentencing hearing for Aydin Coban has been adjourned to Oct. 11 because the prosecutor on the case tested positive for COVID-19...

Canfor temporarily reducing production capacity in B.C. due to market conditions

Canfor Corp. is temporarily cutting production in British Columbia due to what it says are challenging market conditions.The lumber producer says it is taking a...

B.C. mining CEO resigns after two executives convicted of involuntary manslaughter

Trevali Mining Corp. says its president and chief executive, as well as its chief operating officer, have both resigned.The Vancouver-based miner says Ricus Grimbeek, who...

Parents in 'child-care bind' with schools closing Monday in parts of Canada to honour Queen

Workers are scrambling to find last-minute child care in parts of Canada after governments announced the sudden closure of schools to mourn Queen Elizabeth on the day...

Province provides $62M to strengthen Abbotsford's water system against climate events

The City of Abbotsford is getting funding help from the B.C. government to bolster its drinking water system against extreme weather and climate-related disasters.The Ministry...

2 Vancouver mining firm executives convicted of involuntary manslaughter in West African mine disaster

Trevali Mining Corp. is confirming reports that two executives have been convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the West African nation of Burkina Faso in the...

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