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Drive BC 28m
Police incident on the . The centre lane is closed. Expect delays.
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Emily Lazatin 1h
: Current Living wages across B.C. according to : Metro Vancouver: $20.91 Fraser Valley $17.40 Victoria: $20.50 Revelstoke: $19.37 Parksville-Qualicum: $17.02 Kamloops: $17.31 Powell River: $17.15 Prince George/Quesnel: $16.51 Comox Valley: $16.59
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This happened last night to news anchor after she finished work at 2am at the Radio Studios in Burnaby BC.
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There's still discrimination in the field, but women are helping to change the ‘old boys club’ mentality.
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Following a investigation revealing allegations of “aggressive” behaviour by two former refugee judges, the Immigration and Refugee Board says it will revamp its complaint process.
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Michelle Morton 2h
says the apprehended Morris this evening and is now investigating the incident.
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Friends and family of a man teen murdered in Surrey gathered Tuesday for an emotional vigil on the seventh anniversary of his death.
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B.C. is expected to need 100,000 new tradespeople in the next decade.
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Chantal Coschizza 3h
In the wake of Monday's van attack & the Facebook post made by the suspect before the rampage, the Federal Gov. is calling on "web giants" to counter hate speech online. is wondering who you think is responsible for making sure hate speech isn't promoted online?
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When B.C.'s minimum wage climbs to $12.65 in June, it will still be more than $8 per hour below Metro Vancouver's "living wage."
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“It’s going to take two to three years to see a system fully implemented,” B.C. Solicitor General Farnworth told Global News.
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The bill, if passed, would restrict ownership, possession and use of equipment that can be used to make illicit drugs.
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Morris previously escaped in 2008, but returned “because of the harsh conditions and because he knew what he was doing was wrong,” according to police.
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The province wants the B.C. Court of Appeal to decide whether British Columbia has the legal right to restrict the flow of bitumen by pipeline or rail through the province.
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A B.C.-based non-profit group has received federal funding for a job to advocate against the Trans Mountain pipeline.
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An outspoken community activist and former chief of staff in the Vancouver mayor’s office is taking a shot at politics in New Westminster.
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Simon Little 6h
In that case he returned on his own several days later, according to police, "because of the harsh conditions and because he knew what he was doing was wrong."
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Simon Little 6h
Police looking for escapee from minimum security unit at Mission Institution. It's not Morris' first flight. In 2008 he walked away from a minimum security institution near Agassiz.
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Emily Lazatin 6h
.: "If we hadn't seen the 50 percent MSP cut and the new childcare reduction fee initiatives, the living wage would have been 72 cents higher then it currently is."
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