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Money-laundering red flags raised in lawyer case

Money-laundering red flags raised in lawyer case

Lawyer suspended after millions from Hong Kong, Panama, Singapore went through trust account
Family friend 'devastated' by the drop of charges related to Sam Fitzpatrick's death

Family friend 'devastated' by the drop of charges related to Sam Fitzpatrick's death

Criminal negligence charges against Peter Kiewit Sons ULC and two supervisors stayed in 2009 worker death at Toba Inlet project.
Not all B.C. restaurants will require vaccine card for access. Here's what you need to know

Not all B.C. restaurants will require vaccine card for access. Here's what you need to know

There are some key exceptions to B.C.'s new proof-of-vaccination requirement at non-essential businesses like restaurants.
Tofino businesses struggle to stay open amid staffing shortages

Tofino businesses struggle to stay open amid staffing shortages

'We shouldn’t be closed, but we’re having to close.'
Unsanctioned outdoor gathering attracts close to 1,000 young adults to University of Victoria

Unsanctioned outdoor gathering attracts close to 1,000 young adults to University of Victoria

Police conducted 100 pour-outs of liquor and ticketed two people for underage drinking.

Police searching for witnesses to incident involving Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP are asking anyone with information on an altercation between Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum and a grey Ford Mustang Saturday afternoon to please come forward. Police say the incident took place at a Save on Foods at around 12:30 p.m.
B.C. teachers, parents want data on COVID-19 in schools to be publicly available

B.C. teachers, parents want data on COVID-19 in schools to be publicly available

VANCOUVER — Parents and educators are anxious about no longer receiving notices about COVID-19 exposure in schools even as the number of overall cases in the province is expected to rise this fall, the head of the B.C.
BC teachers want more to make sure schools are safe during pandemic

BC teachers want more to make sure schools are safe during pandemic

The head of the BC Teachers' Federation says more needs to be done to protect teachers and students

Mayor of Surrey, B.C., alleges he was run over by vehicle after being accosted

SURREY, B.C. — The mayor of Surrey, B.C., says he was "verbally assaulted" and hit by a car on Saturday. Doug McCallum says the incident happened when he was out grocery shopping. He says he was accosted and then "run over by a vehicle.
Doug McCallum goes toe-to-toe with police critics, “run over” by car

Doug McCallum goes toe-to-toe with police critics, “run over” by car

Surrey’s mayor claims he was injured by a vehicle while grocery shopping