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'Cultural reasons’ for Chinese nationals using underground banks, commission hears

'Cultural reasons’ for Chinese nationals using underground banks, commission hears

Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in B.C. hears how internal BCLC newsletters explained large cash buy-ins as a cultural practice
Nearly 1,000 COVID cases, 5 deaths since Saturday

Nearly 1,000 COVID cases, 5 deaths since Saturday

Premier warns return to phase 1 lockdown could result if pandemic scofflaws don't 'get with the program'
B.C. puts new regional health-order restrictions in place as COVID-19 cases spike

B.C. puts new regional health-order restrictions in place as COVID-19 cases spike

Restrictions target social gatherings, travel, group activities and workplaces
COVID-19 infections in B.C. continue to soar, with record high 589 cases in past day

COVID-19 infections in B.C. continue to soar, with record high 589 cases in past day

Two more people have died in the province from the virus in that has caused a global pandemic
Crown says former BC Lion killed ex-girlfriend in Burnaby for ruining football career

Crown says former BC Lion killed ex-girlfriend in Burnaby for ruining football career

Joshua Boden on trial for 2009 murder of Kimberly Lynn Hallgarth in Burnaby
Rich Coleman had ‘dismissive’ attitude in policing casino crime, inquiry hears

Rich Coleman had ‘dismissive’ attitude in policing casino crime, inquiry hears

Fred Pinnock, former officer-in-charge of the disbanded RCMP Integrated Illegal Gaming Enforcement Team (IIGET) claims two former BC Liberal cabinet ministers have acknowledged to him how former Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Rich Coleman was indifferent to addressing organized crime
Employees entitled to civil, respectful, dignified workplaces

Employees entitled to civil, respectful, dignified workplaces

Unchecked harassment and discrimination can cost employers
B.C. posts a record 425 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours

B.C. posts a record 425 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours

Number of people fighting infections has risen to a record 3,389
No Charter right to be maskless in workplaces: lawyer

No Charter right to be maskless in workplaces: lawyer

Employers need caution around layoffs, surveillance and constructive dismissals
Vancouver city council directs staff to consider future Olympic Games bid

Vancouver city council directs staff to consider future Olympic Games bid

Coun. Jean Swanson: ‘We should just stop this idea right now’
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