Thursday, December 2, 2021
The legislation will create a regulatory body with greater powers to crack down on unlicensed immigration consultants Forging passports and falsifying clients’ records will be harder to do thanks to new legislation aimed at cracking down on those who take...
Global News-B.C. recorded 2,020 new cases of COVID-19 in the province over a span of three days along with 35 deaths. There were 647 COVID-19 cases and 17 deaths from Friday to Saturday while 726 cases and 10 deaths were...
British Columbia's coastal regions are bracing for strong winds on Sunday and Monday. Environment Canada has issued a number of wind warnings and special weather statements, stretching from the north coast to Vancouver Island and Metro Vancouver. Read more: British Columbians stocked...
Mounties in Prince George, B.C., say they've uncovered an illicit magic mushroom and cannabis operation inside a number of shipping containers tunnelled into the side of a hill on a property. The facility was one of two drug operations RCMP say they...
VICTORIA — B.C.’s tourism minister says she’ll move as quickly as possible to help the sector, after a government-commissioned task force called on the province for more financial aid to mitigate the damage to the tourism industry caused by...
Another 16 people in B.C. have died from COVID-19, the province reported Tuesday. B.C. health officials also recorded 656 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 33,894. The number of people in hospital rose...
For some events that the public was still hoping to attend this year amid COVID-19, the final decision came down on Monday. B.C. health officials extended a widespread ban on social gatherings with anyone outside of one’s immediate household until midnight...
As British Columbia sees a surge in new coronavirus cases, health officials and businesses have begun reporting potential exposures on a regular basis. In most cases, health officials say the exposure events are low risk, but anyone at those businesses during those...
VANCOUVER SUN-Simon Fraser University alumnus Lance Uggla, CEO of the London, England,-based financial data giant IHS Markit, has gifted $34.1 million to his alma mater, the largest private donation in the school’s history, to establish a perpetual scholarship fund...
VANCOUVER SUN-The Vancouver police says it issued four tickets on the weekend at downtown house parties held in violation of B.C.’s social gathering restrictions. The first violation ticket , which carries a $2,300 fine, was handed out on Friday night to a...
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