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New B.C. 'duty to document' law doesn't go far enough: privacy group

New B.C. 'duty to document' law doesn't go far enough: privacy group

B.C. first in Canada to introduce 'duty to document' legislation
Metro Vancouver homeless count underway

Metro Vancouver homeless count underway

An emergency weather response means that more people are in shelters
'Baby Mary' embarks on a search for her birth mother

'Baby Mary' embarks on a search for her birth mother

A Kelowna woman who was abandoned at birth in a parking lot looks for answers
Most Canadians don’t feel more women needed in politics: survey

Most Canadians don’t feel more women needed in politics: survey

Women’s right’s group calls on political parties to recruit more women to mark International Women’s Day.
Ambulances added, paramedic house calls expanding

Ambulances added, paramedic house calls expanding

Six more ambulances for Lower Mainland, 60 more paramedics, NDP's Judy Darcy says it shouldn't have waited for election time
Canada, Japan and U.K. set to light up Vancouver sky

Canada, Japan and U.K. set to light up Vancouver sky

Teams from Japan, the U.K. and Canada set to light up the skies above Vancouver for the 27th annual Honda Celebration of Light.
Racial discrimination to be cut from old B.C. laws

Racial discrimination to be cut from old B.C. laws

Multiculturalism Minister Teresa Wat moves to cut clauses from legislation dating back to 1881
No dicking around: B.C. gets serious about syphilis outbreak, with humour

No dicking around: B.C. gets serious about syphilis outbreak, with humour

B.C. Centre for Disease Control's new campaign features penis-shaped characters you might recognize
B.C. government will usher Uber onto taxi turf by December

B.C. government will usher Uber onto taxi turf by December

Taxi industry monopoly to be broken, but firms will get financial aid to make transition
UPDATE: BC Liberal fundraising follows rules, Coleman says

UPDATE: BC Liberal fundraising follows rules, Coleman says

Elections BC investigation follows admissions by lobbyists that they bought fundraiser tickets and were reimbursed