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Business insurance squeeze tightens in B.C.

Business insurance squeeze tightens in B.C.

Premiums threatening to crush small businesses already ailing in pandemic economy
Alarms are being installed on B.C. river and dam after two men were swept away

Alarms are being installed on B.C. river and dam after two men were swept away

VANCOUVER — An interim public alarm system is being installed on the Cleveland Dam and along the Capilano River in North Vancouver to prevent future deaths from a sudden release of water.
Crawling from the wreckage: rebuilding ICBC

Crawling from the wreckage: rebuilding ICBC

Insurance corporation, legal profession collide over no-fault auto coverage
B.C. store bans anyone who has received COVID-19 vaccine

B.C. store bans anyone who has received COVID-19 vaccine

The Kelowna businessman made headlines earlier this year for posting a "no face masks allowed" sign.
Man arrested after teen badly injured in attack at Victoria tent encampment

Man arrested after teen badly injured in attack at Victoria tent encampment

VICTORIA — Police say a suspect has been arrested following an incident at a Victoria tent encampment where officers faced a hostile crowd while trying to help a 15-year-old with serious injuries.
Province plans random checks at ferry terminals for non-essential travel

Province plans random checks at ferry terminals for non-essential travel

Those who travel between health authorities for non-essential reasons will be fined, although the amount has not been disclosed.
B.C. budget lacks innovative drive, vision during uncertain times, say experts

B.C. budget lacks innovative drive, vision during uncertain times, say experts

VICTORIA — The long-term vision many were wanting from British Columbia's budget to support economic growth and stimulate innovation during and after the pandemic was lacking, say business groups and others.
Feds commit to corporate beneficial ownership registry

Feds commit to corporate beneficial ownership registry

Still work to do to ensure the registry is ‘enough of a dam’ against financial crime, says campaigner
Torched truck found in Port Coquitlam believed to be linked to Langley murder

Torched truck found in Port Coquitlam believed to be linked to Langley murder

A pick-up truck found engulfed in flames in Port Coquitlam is thought to be connected to a morning shooting that left one man dead at a recreation centre in Langley Wednesday. Sgt.
Fatal shooting at the Langley Sportsplex (VIDEO)

Fatal shooting at the Langley Sportsplex (VIDEO)

IHIT is headed to the scene of a fatal shooting at a Langley sports centre on Wednesday morning.