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Union representing B.C.'s teachers announces the start of job action

VANCOUVER - Job action by British Columbia's 41,000 teachers will begin next Wednesday, but the union's president says schools will remain open....

posted: April 17,2014





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B.C. dissolves contested private career agency as part of core review

VANCOUVER - British Columbia has dissolved a contested agency that regulated private career colleges, saying the move is part of an effort to improve educational standards....


Explosives charges laid against Okanagan man after busts in Oyama, West Kelowna

VANCOUVER - A 36-year-old Oyama, B.C., man faces explosives and weapons charges, nearly six months after he was arrested in the Okanagan for allegedly possessing and making explosive devices....


Tiny B.C. community devastated as general store destroyed in overnight fire

PINANTAN LAKE, B.C. - The tiny southern interior community of Pinantan Lake, B.C., has lost one of its most important structures....


Dutch prosecute man whose child pornography case linked to Canadian victim Amanda Todd

VANCOUVER - Canadian police confirmed Thursday an arrest has been made in the Netherlands in the case of a Canadian teenager who was blackmailed to expose herself in front of a webcam. The 15-year-old later committed suicide after...


Warning second B.C. sawmill could blow failed to prompt preventative steps

VANCOUVER - Shortly after a bustling sawmill was flattened by fire in northern British Columbia, a concerned worker at another operation phoned the province's safety watchdog with fears that his workplace would meet a similar fate....


B.C. court orders man who killed wife to pay his daughter $555,000 compensation

VANCOUVER - A man who killed his pregnant wife must pay their daughter more than half a million dollars over the loss of her mother, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled....








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