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B.C. Liberals announce BC United as top choice for party name change

B.C. Liberals announce BC United as top choice for party name change

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Liberal Party could soon have a new name. The party says the proposed new name, BC United, has been selected after a three-month membership consultation period in which more than 2,000 suggestions were submitted.
Raptors open NBA training camp Tuesday at University of Victoria

Raptors open NBA training camp Tuesday at University of Victoria

The training camp at UVic's CARSA Gym is closed to the public — except for the intra-squad game Friday night at the 7,000-seat Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre.
Early fall heat wave shatters daily temperature records in 20 B.C. communities

Early fall heat wave shatters daily temperature records in 20 B.C. communities

VANCOUVER — Twenty daily temperature records tumbled across British Columbia on Monday as conditions in the province remain unseasonably warm for the first week of fall.
After it went viral, real estate agent running with NPA hides promo video starring African children

After it went viral, real estate agent running with NPA hides promo video starring African children

In an interview, Morning Lee said the video was produced without his consent, but he did not explain where it came from and why it had been displayed since March 2020.
B.C. man guilty of sex assault after befriending victims at Metro Vancouver churches

B.C. man guilty of sex assault after befriending victims at Metro Vancouver churches

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A British Columbia man who is now in his late 70s has been found guilty of numerous counts of sexual assault. Coquitlam resident Raymond Gaglardi appeared in B.C.
Engine revver awarded $75,000 after being injured by angry neighbour

Engine revver awarded $75,000 after being injured by angry neighbour

Angry at a man who was revving the engine of his vehicle early in the morning in Tofino, Ole Marvin Hansen grabbed a piece of wood and began striking the vehicle in a 'frenzied attack.'

School board lacked authority to suspend trustees over alleged bullying: B.C. judge

VICTORIA — A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled the Greater Victoria School Board lacked the authority to censure and suspend two elected trustees over allegations of harassment and bullying.
Accused to plead not guilty in Vancouver fatal stranger stabbing

Accused to plead not guilty in Vancouver fatal stranger stabbing

Lindsay Scott is facing charges of second-degree murder and assault in the death of Justin Mohrman.
Tumbler Ridge Junior A Steel Kings excited for 2022/23 season

Tumbler Ridge Junior A Steel Kings excited for 2022/23 season

Greater Metro Jr. A Hockey League
Vancouver stockbroker penalized after 'Bridgemark Group' trades

Vancouver stockbroker penalized after 'Bridgemark Group' trades

Tiffany Sweeney of Research Capital Corporation failed in her gatekeeper obligations, according to the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada.