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Former bookkeeper charged in theft of $1.7 million from non-profit group

Former bookkeeper charged in theft of $1.7 million from non-profit group

The money was used to buy such things as gold, cryptocurrency and a new vehicle, Victoria police said
Richmond city workers support striking

Richmond city workers support striking

The union and employer are starting mediation in early May.
Late dump of snow wraps 'wild ride' of a season for North Shore ski hills

Late dump of snow wraps 'wild ride' of a season for North Shore ski hills

This weekend is the last chance for spring skiing at Seymour and Cypress, while Grouse is expected to end their season later this month
Film studio development in Burnaby falls through, mayor now wants to 'protect' land

Film studio development in Burnaby falls through, mayor now wants to 'protect' land

The plan for a new film production studio in Big Bend by Larco Investments (Bridge Studios) is not going ahead, according to the Burnaby mayor.
Indigenous universities and colleges to receive $6M in annual government funding

Indigenous universities and colleges to receive $6M in annual government funding

New legislation from the B.C. government will bring funding to more than 40 educational institutions
Health minister says feds still working out the bumps of new dental health care plan

Health minister says feds still working out the bumps of new dental health care plan

Uninsured seniors first to receive dental care coverage when program starts in May
Martini Film Studios takes majority stake in Lighthouse Pictures

Martini Film Studios takes majority stake in Lighthouse Pictures

The acquisition is part of a larger effort by Martini to grow production activity and the studio's brand
Kamloops city council backs Sun Peaks bid for exemption from foreign homebuyer ban

Kamloops city council backs Sun Peaks bid for exemption from foreign homebuyer ban

Resort community argues unique needs, tourist economy justify exemption
Conservative immigration policy should focus on the goal of citizenship: Tory critic

Conservative immigration policy should focus on the goal of citizenship: Tory critic

OTTAWA — Conservative immigration policy should be focused on the ultimate goal of citizenship, the party's critic on the file said Thursday while moderating a panel in Ottawa.
B.C. tables anti-racism legislation, promises to hold public bodies accountable

B.C. tables anti-racism legislation, promises to hold public bodies accountable

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government tabled legislation Thursday that's designed to hold public bodies accountable for addressing systemic racism in policy and programs, the province's attorney general said.