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B.C. engineering firms a hotbed of employee ownership

B.C. engineering firms a hotbed of employee ownership

Top companies reap unique advantages from invested involvement of their employees

Two Surrey, B.C., schools 'deep cleaned' after contact with COVID-19

SURREY, B.C. — A school district in Metro Vancouver has suspended a community rental program and disinfected two buildings after potential contacts with the novel coronavirus. In a letter to Serpentine Heights Elementary parents in Surrey, B.C.

Suspect dies, three RCMP officers hurt, during weekend arrest in Whistler, B.C.

WHISTLER, B.C. — The office that investigates all cases of police-involved death or serious injury in British Columbia has been notified about a fatality in Whistler.

Man dies after being pepper sprayed, shocked and batoned by police officers

WHISTLER, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating the death of a man who was pepper sprayed and shocked with a stun gun by Mounties on Sunday. RCMP say the incident happened in Whistler at about 11 a.m.
Ambulance call to plane at Kamloops Airport not related to COVID-19

Ambulance call to plane at Kamloops Airport not related to COVID-19

Two Victoria men face second-degree murder charges in 2018 slaying

VICTORIA — Two Victoria men are due in court Monday to face second-degree murder charges in connection with a 41-year-old man's death in September 2018.
Eight escape blaze at B.C. ski resort chalet

Eight escape blaze at B.C. ski resort chalet

Man in critical condition after being struck by train near Ashcroft, B.C.

ASHCROFT, B.C. — RCMP say a man is in critical condition after being hit by a train near Ashcroft, B.C. Cpl.

B.C. government authorized expanded police presence in Wet'suwet'en area: letter

VICTORIA — Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs say Premier John Horgan wasn't truthful when he said the province had no control over the RCMP before Mounties enforced an injunction against pipeline opponents in northern British Columbia last month.
B.C. activates pandemic plan, ready to escalate if needed for COVID-19

B.C. activates pandemic plan, ready to escalate if needed for COVID-19

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has activated a pandemic co-ordination plan to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak that has sickened 21 people in the province and is prepared to escalate the plan if needed.