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Substance exposure put 36 health workers on WorkSafeBC compensation in 2023

Substance exposure put 36 health workers on WorkSafeBC compensation in 2023

Figure released as debate grows about the use of illicit substances in hospitals
12 B.C. civic parties probed for possible election campaign violations

12 B.C. civic parties probed for possible election campaign violations

Elections BC says probes relate to contributions or advertisements
Vancouver Island politicians to gather in Victoria for annual convention

Vancouver Island politicians to gather in Victoria for annual convention

Municipal representatives will vote to endorse 57 resolutions
Bid to toss out Ali murder conviction rejected by B.C. judge

Bid to toss out Ali murder conviction rejected by B.C. judge

Lawyers argued case of the murder of 13-year-old girl had been unreasonably delayed
B.C. set to limit flow of electricity to cryptocurrency miners

B.C. set to limit flow of electricity to cryptocurrency miners

Ministry of Energy says cryptocurrency miners consume massive amounts of electricity
B.C. Conservative leader warns of toxic fumes at supportive housing site

B.C. Conservative leader warns of toxic fumes at supportive housing site

BC Housing says Cool Aid Society has been working on mitigation strategies since last fall
Tiny, remote B.C. town rallies around orphaned orca, as time ticks away

Tiny, remote B.C. town rallies around orphaned orca, as time ticks away

‘This is where reconciliation happens on the ground’ as fully-invested town works together for rescue
Enter to play on stage at either Laketown Shakedown or Sunfest 2024

Enter to play on stage at either Laketown Shakedown or Sunfest 2024

Video submission contest now open until midnight on April 19 — the two acts with the most votes win
New anti-racism legislation aims to hold B.C. accountable for systemic flaws

New anti-racism legislation aims to hold B.C. accountable for systemic flaws

Attorney-General Niki Sharma says Anti-Racism Act will help eliminate systemic racism in government
Judge accepts self-defence argument, acquits man in 2020 Duncan death

Judge accepts self-defence argument, acquits man in 2020 Duncan death

Andrew Steve Alphonse not guilty of manslaughter in the January 2020 death of Richard Henry