Alan Campbell

COVID shuts down several LifeLabs across Lower Mainland

It appears that COVID-19 has caused the temporary closure of several Lower Mainland medical labs, which offer COVID-19 testing. According to LifeLabs' website, 12 LifeLabs locations – including...

Chinese mobile phone giant pulling out of Canada amid security concerns

The state-owned China Mobile International (CMI) will cease operation in Canada due to fears expressed by the federal government

Another bad day in court for Richmond lawyer Hong Guo

Guo has been ordered to pay nearly $100,000 in legal costs after losing a lawsuit in the summer surrounding a renovation project at her No. 3 Road offices

B.C.'s money-laundering inquiry sets dates for new witnesses

One of the new witnesses will be Ross Alderson, the former director of Anti-Money Laundering at the BCLC

B.C. casinos set to re-open for gamblers on Canada Day

Players are being allowed back into B.C. casinos, but still with some COVID-19 safety measures in place

Possible Peter Pan movie set constructed in Richmond

A giant pirate ship forms part of the large set on the south arm of the Fraser River in southeast Richmond

Richmond financial agents coached client to lie to an investigator: BCSC

FS Financial Strategies' employees acted out scenarios with a client, prior to an investigator calling

Third COVID vaccine trials successful

A third drug company has announced a high success rate during the late stages of testing for a COVID-19 vaccine. AstraZeneca said Monday that its vaccine with Oxford University in England was up to...

Another COVID vaccine appears to have high success rate

For the second Monday in a row, a pharmaceutical giant has announced advances in finding a COVID-19 vaccine. U.S.-based Moderna said Monday morning that its “vaccine candidate” had a 94.5 per cent...

Southwest B.C. unemployment twice as high as a year ago: report

Southwest B.C.’s unemployment rate hit 12.3 per cent in the summer of 2020, according to an annual report by the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) on employment trends...