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B.C. Legislative Assembly’s top financial executive gone

Chartered accountant Hilary Woodward was escorted from the Parliament Buildings June 22

B.C. COVID-19 deaths, hospitalizations, testing decline

Province's COVID-19 death total falls to 26 in the week ended June 18

What are we reading? June 23, 2022

Each week, BIV staff will share with you some of the interesting stories we have found from around the web.   Timothy Renshaw, managing editor: Time for some uplifting news to consider in the...

Officials waited too long to declare heat dome emergency in 2021, says meteorologist

Forecasts had been warning of conditions that had never been seen before in the region

B.C. telehealth visits absolutely ballooned at height of pandemic

While telehealth can be convenient, a B.C. doctor says investing in primary care is strongly needed

‘I made the wrong call’: Premier halts $789M Royal B.C. Museum project

"We thought we had it right and clearly we did not," Premier John Horgan said Wednesday. "I'm announcing that we're stopping the project. And we're going to go back to the drawing board"

HCL expands Vancouver office with designs on hiring 80 more workers

Latest 9,000-square-foot expansion comes as tech companies continue to scoop up downtown office space

Grosvenor acquires Oakridge transit centre site

Redevelopment of property bought from MOMC Canada set to begin in 2025 on first of four phases

Updated: Asia-Pacific maritime cargo congestion easing but far from over

Transpacific container traffic to B.C. and other West Coast ports is still bogged down by supply chain bottlenecks

Survey: Support grows for B.C. anti-corruption commissioner following release of Cullen Commission report

More than three years have passed since the provincial government chose to establish the Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia, also known as the Cullen Commission. A lot...