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Vancouver mayor created 'discriminatory work environment' in denying new mom remote attendance

Vancouver mayor created 'discriminatory work environment' in denying new mom remote attendance

Integrity commissioner recommends letter of reprimand for Ken Sim over controversy involving park commissioner Laura Christensen.
B.C. man appears on murder charge tied to fatal stabbing

B.C. man appears on murder charge tied to fatal stabbing

Jonathan James Bulloch was stabbed on May 27, 2023 after an altercation near Davie and Bute streets. He later died in hospital.
North Vancouver golf club maker takes aim at high-end putter market

North Vancouver golf club maker takes aim at high-end putter market

Scotty Cameron is famous for putting his U.S.-made putters in the hands of champions like Tiger Woods. Cove Golf aims to make the same calibre of club in Canada
B.C. masseur pleads not guilty to four counts of sexual assault

B.C. masseur pleads not guilty to four counts of sexual assault

Jun Dong Gao, 49, has elected to be tried by a provincial court judge.
B.C. boosts green rebates amid record deficit

B.C. boosts green rebates amid record deficit

In addition to a 25% boost in the BC Family Benefit Bonus, British Columbians will see a 10% increase in the Climate Action Tax Credit and a one-time $100 rebate on their hydro bill.
B.C. wineries brainstorming solutions amid devastating losses

B.C. wineries brainstorming solutions amid devastating losses

99% grape loss could cost up to $445 million.
B.C. homeowners who sell within two years to face flipping tax

B.C. homeowners who sell within two years to face flipping tax

The tax starts at 20 per cent on income from properties sold within one year, gradually declining to zero for those sold between 366 and 730 days.
Plea to protect huge tree at North Vancouver development falls on deaf ears

Plea to protect huge tree at North Vancouver development falls on deaf ears

With mature trees being lost at an alarming rate, local advocate Alex Jamieson is lobbying for their preservation to be considered in all future development projects
Employers welcome increase in health-tax exemption threshold

Employers welcome increase in health-tax exemption threshold

Employers with payrolls up to $1 million will now be exempt from paying a health tax on their payroll
Vancouver council to vote on $2.7M to help prevent gang recruitment

Vancouver council to vote on $2.7M to help prevent gang recruitment

Money comes via federal government's "building safer communities fund."