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Lisa Rupert: We need action now to address shadow pandemic of gender-based violence

Since the start of the pandemic, we have been asked to stay home as much as possible — a critical measure to stop the spread of COVID-19. But not everyone is safe in their own homes. During the pandemic, domestic violence against women has increased as much as 20 to 30 per cent in parts of the country. Read More

Alex Hemingway: One year later: Canadian billionaire wealth up by $78 billion

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic that has upended the lives of millions of people in this country, Canadian billionaires have increased their wealth by $78 billion. Read More

Reps from all levels of government to discuss sale of Chinatown seniors home

There will be a meeting this week between representatives from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, B.C. Housing, Vancouver Coastal Health, B.C.'s Residential Tenancy Branch and the City of Vancouver to discuss the pending sale of 333 E. Pender, which is the location of Vancouver Grace Seniors Home. Read More

COVID-19: Talk but no penalties after consecutive nights of beach parties in Vancouver

The Vancouver Police Department will be rethinking their approach to the policing of outdoor partying, Mayor Kennedy Stewart said Sunday morning, after back-to-back nights of raucous beach parties in the city went unchecked. Read More

Richmond forestry company takes over abandoned Quesnel sawmill and puts people back to work

A specialty products sawmill in Quesnel that fell into bankruptcy last summer will reopen at the end of this month after being taken over by Richmond-company Kandola Forest Products. Read More

Vancouver Sun Run Virtual Race hits the ground running

And they're off! Read More

Canadians of colour open to cannabis use, survey suggests

Canadians of colour are somewhat more drawn to cannabis consumption than the general population, according to a giant consumer survey. Read More

Simulation lab helps Surrey Memorial Hospital with COVID-19 training

At Surrey Memorial Hospital, the mannequins have more than a pulse. Read More

COVID-19: B.C. invites all adults to register for vaccinations this week

The B.C. government is inviting all adults, aged 18 and over, to register for COVID-19 vaccinations this week. Read More

Ian Mulgrew: Politicians in crosshairs of B.C.'s money-laundering inquiry

After nearly two years of sometimes eye-glazing testimony, B.C.'s inquiry into money laundering will begin grilling politicians this week about dirty cash distorting the provincial economy. Read More

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