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UBC SkyTrain stations identified but 'elephant in the room' remains

Stops at MacDonald, Alma, Jericho and UBC bus loop will form the base of any further business case for the UBC SkyTrain extension.

No jail for woman who defaced B.C. Catholic church

A woman who pleaded guilty to throwing orange paint on a Catholic church has been given a conditional discharge and a $1,250 fine.

B.C. tops Quebec and California as EV capital of North America

In B.C., the rate of electric vehicle sales once again leads all other Canadian provinces and all U.S. states, according to a new government report.

B.C. whistleblowing law begins adding more public-sector workers

The 2019 Public Interest Disclosure Act created a whistleblowing regime for government workers.

Pet urine, stairwell garbage at centre of B.C. strata fine dispute

B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal has ruled a strata council cannot collect a bylaw fine from an owner renting out a unit unless both the tenant and owner have been notified of an alleged bylaw breach.

Sechelt man gets probation for stealing turtle from Science World

Zoomer the turtle had been at Science World for more than 20 years. Court heard William Edward Richardson "believed the cage was too small."

Can Canada's sexual assault laws deal with virtual groping?

Two Canadian lawyers suggest that if an avatar is an extension of a person, then an abuse toward the avatar is an abuse toward the person.

How the new Liberal-NDP deal will impact British Columbians

The new deal makes many promises, including introducing a new dental care program for low-income Canadians. But those savings are likely to be "eaten up" by higher housing costs, according to one...

B.C. businessman's $50M Putin 'war criminal' reward gets positive responses

Responses have come in from Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and Victoria.

Feds fast-track oligarch-busting registry — here's what it means for B.C.

A coalition of advocacy groups has been lobbying the federal government for years to establish a registry, similar to what's found in the U.S. and many European countries.