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Lawyers, judges, gather in Kamloops, B.C., to remember lawyer killed skydiving

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Members of the legal community in Kamloops, B.C., gathered for a moment of silence to remember a lawyer killed while skydiving.
Premier John Horgan visits B.C. town with long-standing links to Yukon

Premier John Horgan visits B.C. town with long-standing links to Yukon

LOWER POST, B.C. — British Columbia Premier John Horgan will meet with residents in the province's north when he visits the community of Lower Post, about 10 kilometres south of the Yukon boundary. Lower Post is in B.C.

Former military officer guilty of sexual assault and voyeurism: DND

ESQUIMALT, B.C. — The Defence Department says a retired officer in the Canadian Armed Forces has been found guilty of sexual assault and other charges. Cpl. Colin McGregor appeared before a court martial in Esquimalt, B.C.

B.C. men from 1987 plane crash positively identified by DNA tests

SALMON ARM , B.C. — The RCMP say human remains found at the site of a decades-old plane crash in British Columbia's Interior have now been positively identified.

City worker dead after accident in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Officials say a city worker has died after an accident in Vancouver. The City of Vancouver says the accident happened on Saturday afternoon at the worksite for an engineering streets crew.

B.C. premier says it's time to add value to province's forestry products

VANCOUVER — A downturn in British Columbia's lumber industry is a chance to refocus on getting more money out of provincial forests, Premier John Horgan said Friday. He told hundreds of delegates at the annual convention of the Union of B.C.

Wages, job security key in tentative deal for UVic sessional lecturers

VICTORIA — Hundreds of workers at the University of Victoria have a tentative contract that their union says addresses low wages and job security. The pact covers 450 sessional lecturers and music instructors, members of CUPE 4163 Component 3.

Winter unwelcome as parts of B.C. brace for chilly, snowy weekend

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for snow in several parts of British Columbia as a surge of Arctic air drops into the province. Forecasters says the snow is expected over much of northeastern B.C.

B.C. reveals who will participate in its upcoming money laundering inquiry

VICTORIA — British Columbia's public inquiry into money laundering has approved the applications of 16 of 20 government organizations, gaming groups and individuals to participate. The B.C.
Vancouver Park Board rejects injunction to oust campers from downtown park

Vancouver Park Board rejects injunction to oust campers from downtown park

VANCOUVER — Park board commissioners in Vancouver have voted not to seek an injunction that would have cleared a tent encampment from a Downtown Eastside park.