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Metro Vancouver scratch card winner thought she was "delusional"

Metro Vancouver scratch card winner thought she was "delusional"

One of Lesley Durupt's sisters cried, the other didn't believe her when she told them she'd won $200,000
Tech, health care to lead job growth as B.C. forecasts 1M openings by 2031

Tech, health care to lead job growth as B.C. forecasts 1M openings by 2031

Newcomers expected to fill one-third of job openings, according to outlook
B.C. expected to have more than 1 million job openings in the next decade

B.C. expected to have more than 1 million job openings in the next decade

VICTORIA — The latest labour market outlook for British Columbia shows nearly 80 per cent of job openings over the next decade will require some level of post-secondary education, reflecting the changing nature of the economy.
150 people attended weekend vigil for B.C. teen Ashley Wadsworth murdered in England

150 people attended weekend vigil for B.C. teen Ashley Wadsworth murdered in England

The vigil was held at a park on Brownings Avenue in Chelmsford
Man charged in Vancouver Trump rally assault on CBC reporter in court

Man charged in Vancouver Trump rally assault on CBC reporter in court

A man accused of assaulting a CBC reporter at a January 2021 Donald Trump rally at the Vancouver Art Gallery returns to court later this month
Kevin Falcon names critic portfolios; plans to run for legislature

Kevin Falcon names critic portfolios; plans to run for legislature

Former leader Andrew Wilkinson to resign his seat
New cross atop Mt. Tzouhalem installed without permission

New cross atop Mt. Tzouhalem installed without permission

A new cross has been placed on the mountain.
'Stunning development': Vancouver no longer Canada's priciest housing market

'Stunning development': Vancouver no longer Canada's priciest housing market

Toronto overtakes Vancouver despite benchmark prices hitting record high: RBC
Rallying around Irish family in B.C. drowning in a sea of red tape

Rallying around Irish family in B.C. drowning in a sea of red tape

A family from Ireland remains in limbo at a Vernon motel, with no country to call home
Investment in B.C. mineral exploration is booming

Investment in B.C. mineral exploration is booming

The $660 million invested in 2021 in the province was close to 2012’s record amount