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Personal but not medical data impacted after hack at B.C. health authority

Personal but not medical data impacted after hack at B.C. health authority

First Nations Health Authority says “unauthorized entity” accessed its corporate network
Poll gives B.C. Conservatives no ‘reason’ to cooperate with B.C. United: analyst

Poll gives B.C. Conservatives no ‘reason’ to cooperate with B.C. United: analyst

SFU’s Nicolas Kenny says Conservatives are benefiting from “conservative, anti-establishment wave”
Infrastructure bank lends $75M to BC Ferries for zero-emission vessels

Infrastructure bank lends $75M to BC Ferries for zero-emission vessels

New vessels expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 9,000 tonnes each year
Pickton’s safety likely behind move from B.C. to Quebec, says ex-prison judge

Pickton’s safety likely behind move from B.C. to Quebec, says ex-prison judge

Convicted serial killer was imprisoned in B.C. up until about 6 six years
‘Ridiculous’: Penticton councillors slam province over public safety costs

‘Ridiculous’: Penticton councillors slam province over public safety costs

‘The province is not upholding its duty, particularly when it comes to public safety’: Councillor
Three-quarters of B.C. job posting now include salary info: Indeed report

Three-quarters of B.C. job posting now include salary info: Indeed report

Job listing site recorded significant jump after Pay Transparency Act came into effect in November
RCMP searching for Nelson woman last seen in Revelstoke

RCMP searching for Nelson woman last seen in Revelstoke

Sheila Marie Sanders was last seen on May 19
Searchers locate body of missing rafter near Prince George

Searchers locate body of missing rafter near Prince George

The man was rafting on the Willow River and was reported overdue May 20
No prison time for TWU security guard convicted of manslaughter

No prison time for TWU security guard convicted of manslaughter

Hutchison will serve 18 month conditional sentence
B.C. government faces court challenge over law changing legal regulations

B.C. government faces court challenge over law changing legal regulations

The Law Society of B.C. fears Bill 21 threatens the independence of lawyers and democracy itself