Skip to content

Highlights

Truth and Reconciliation: Unexpected feelings of guilt a chance to talk, make things different

Truth and Reconciliation: Unexpected feelings of guilt a chance to talk, make things different

Friday is National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Canada, a day set aside to reflect on the injustices of the past.
B.C. woman jailed for aggravated assault while on manslaughter probation

B.C. woman jailed for aggravated assault while on manslaughter probation

Two judges have called Sadie Taniskishayinew a risk to the public.
Promoter of cancelled Vancouver electric car race being sued for $3.4M

Promoter of cancelled Vancouver electric car race being sued for $3.4M

The first of five annual Canadian E-Fests was scheduled for June 30-July 2, and its cancellation led to a sports ticketing and travel company suing the promoter of the Vancouver electric car race.
Vancouver to rename street on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Vancouver to rename street on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Kitsilano's Trutch Street — which was named after B.C.'s first lieutenant-governor Sir Joseph William Trutch — will be given a new name that has yet to be announced.
Aquilini Whistler restaurant refutes fired woman's bullying allegations

Aquilini Whistler restaurant refutes fired woman's bullying allegations

"At no time did the defendant engage in high-handed, callous, insensitive, arrogant or misleading behaviour toward the plaintiff."
Abortion access has improved since 2012 but more could be done, survey finds

Abortion access has improved since 2012 but more could be done, survey finds

One-third of women in Canada will have an abortion in their lifetime.
Make a delivery, take a delivery – DoorDash driver steals package while dropping off food in Burnaby

Make a delivery, take a delivery – DoorDash driver steals package while dropping off food in Burnaby

Former food delivery driver Feridon Jahankhani has been ordered to complete 10 hours of community work service after pleading guilty to stealing a package at a Burnaby condo tower while he was making a delivery in March.
Make a Will Week is coming up. Here's why B.C. notaries have seen an uptick

Make a Will Week is coming up. Here's why B.C. notaries have seen an uptick

Have you prepared a will?
Welcome to 2022 ticket sticker price shock, B.C.

Welcome to 2022 ticket sticker price shock, B.C.

Cross-border travel complications are helping inflate sports, music concert prices

Dog stolen in Vancouver returned to family, found in Burnaby

Dog stolen in Vancouver returned to family, found in Burnaby

Metro Vancouver Transit Police reunite stolen dog, Ollie the border collie, with his family after a SkyTrain attendant spotted him at the Lougheed SkyTrain station boarding a Coquitlam-bound bus.