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Vancouver film festival to showcase Black movies from around the world

Vancouver film festival to showcase Black movies from around the world

This year there will be in-person events for the first time.
B.C. sheds 13,700 jobs in November as rate hikes take toll on economy

B.C. sheds 13,700 jobs in November as rate hikes take toll on economy

Rising mortgage rates are putting pressure on the housing market and the broader economy.
The most popular, gender-neutral baby names

The most popular, gender-neutral baby names

Many parents are turning to gender-neutral names as the conversation surrounding gender identity becomes more common.
Medical Services Commission files injunction against Telus Health's paid service

Medical Services Commission files injunction against Telus Health's paid service

Telus’s LifePlus program, which charges membership fees to patients in return for 24/7 access to a health-care practitioner, is alleged to contravene the Medicare Protection Act.
Drivers need to be vigilant about checking tire pressure

Drivers need to be vigilant about checking tire pressure

Those four rubber donuts are all that keep motorists connected to the road.
B.C. tribunal nixes man's 'excessive' tax accounting claim

B.C. tribunal nixes man's 'excessive' tax accounting claim

B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal found an accountant's fees were reasonable and ordered a client to pay up.
These were the most popular baby names in Canada in 2022

These were the most popular baby names in Canada in 2022

Would you name your kid any of these names?
Richmond parents taking son to court for kicking them out of family home

Richmond parents taking son to court for kicking them out of family home

Son disconnects internet, locks laundry room and pantry, threatening to install monitoring cameras: civil claim
The ultimate guide to Christmas cocktails in Vancouver

The ultimate guide to Christmas cocktails in Vancouver

Make the Yuletide merry and bright. 
'Breach of trust': B.C. masseur pleads guilty to sexual assault

'Breach of trust': B.C. masseur pleads guilty to sexual assault

The victim's living room camera showed the masseur had been touching her while she was asleep.
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