Stéfan Labbe

Workers can't get fired now for taking time off to vaccinate, says B.C. government

Canada's largest private-sector union says new rules don't go far enough and workers shouldn't lose pay to get vaccinated

B.C.'s year-long state of emergency has led to over $1.2 million in fines

As B.C. passes a year under a state of emergency, $876,530 in fines have been issued for violations of provincial COVID-19 restrictions and just under $370,000 in fines have been handed out for...

Why does COVID-19 kill so many seniors in long-term care?

A massive study seeks to answer that question. Nearly two-thirds of all COVID-19 deaths in B.C. have occurred in long-term care homes.

B.C. drivers to receive a one-time ICBC rebate cheque, averaging $190

Money will start to roll out at the beginning of March

B.C. was top U-Haul destination in 2020

Alberta moves to No. 3 among provinces and North Vancouver is No. 2 for Canadian cities as a destination for U-Haul movements

'Not asking for a unicorn': Port Coquitlam workers allege mismanagement at long-term care outbreak

Nicola Lodge workers, who brought their concerns to the Tri-City News on condition of anonymity, allege a systematic breakdown in communication, delayed outbreak response and inadequate staffing on...

Coquitlam employers among most likely to hire in Western Canada: report

10% of Coquitlam employers said they expect to grow their workforce in the first three months of 2021, representing a 2% boost in hiring confidence when compared to the current quarter

Hudson’s Bay Coquitlam reopens, forced to pay half rent in interim ruling

Only five days after the Coquitlam HBC location had been shuttered, by Wednesday, Nov. 26, an interim ruling allowed the store to re-open

Hudson's Bay Co. store closes at Coquitlam Centre

HBC had failed to keep up rent payments at location, landlord says

Wilkinson quits as B.C. Liberal leader before a replacement is chosen

In an earlier than expected announcement, Andrew Wilkinson quit before an interim leader was selected for the party