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Beware the grinch: how cyber criminals target Christmas shoppers

Beware the grinch: how cyber criminals target Christmas shoppers

Security pros offer gift-buying, techie present-receiving tips.
B.C. information law changes ‘outrageous,’ journalists’ group says

B.C. information law changes ‘outrageous,’ journalists’ group says

“Bill 22 takes the ‘free’ out of freedom of information.”
West Vancouver police warn of prescription scammers

West Vancouver police warn of prescription scammers

Fraudsters seeking credit card info over the phone
Debris believed to be from lost containers scattered on north Island beach

Debris believed to be from lost containers scattered on north Island beach

Refrigerators, styrofoam chunks, colourful toys on pristine beaches
When it comes to marine salvage, finders keepers does not apply: lawyer

When it comes to marine salvage, finders keepers does not apply: lawyer

“Anybody finding a wreck should note the vessel’s registration number and inform the Receiver of Wrecks,” says lawyer Darren Williams.
B.C. health officer mandates those who coach children to get vaccinated

B.C. health officer mandates those who coach children to get vaccinated

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor has updated rules for adults supervising or coaching youth sports teams, saying they must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Helicopter wreckage in B.C. recovered, Transportation Safety Board says

Helicopter wreckage in B.C. recovered, Transportation Safety Board says

SECHELT, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board says it has recovered the wreckage of a helicopter that crashed into the water off the Sunshine Coast, north of Vancouver, in early October. The board says the helicopter crashed on Oct.
Licence pulled at Fraser Valley dairy farm after SPCA raises concerns

Licence pulled at Fraser Valley dairy farm after SPCA raises concerns

An investigation is ongoing.
Vancouver securities dealer moonlighted in real estate; banned and fined $125,000

Vancouver securities dealer moonlighted in real estate; banned and fined $125,000

Lucillia Sok Cheng Tan solicited her mutual fund clients and didn’t cooperate with investigators, according to Mutual Fund Dealers Association panel
Delta, B.C., police charge two after marijuana edibles found in Halloween bags

Delta, B.C., police charge two after marijuana edibles found in Halloween bags

DELTA, B.C. — Two residents of Delta, B.C., have been charged after an investigation began when parents found marijuana edibles in the Halloween treat bags of two children last year.