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U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

The B.C. government has hired the former police oversight specialist from Denver as its first civilian director.
BC Ferries appoints new president

BC Ferries appoints new president

BC Ferries' board of directors has appointed senior executive Michael Corrigan to replace outgoing CEO David Hahn.

Council votes in favour of pay increase

After council voted to increase their pay cheques by 2.4 per cent, some members are speaking out.
B.C. boomer care study begins

B.C. boomer care study begins

Can the B.C. health care system withstand the retirement of baby boom generation?
Big profit on B.C. driver's licences

Big profit on B.C. driver's licences

ICBC charges $75 for a new or renewed driver's licence, but it only costs the corporation $10 to issue a licence.

Two Quesnel schools locked down

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Basic ICBC premiums to jump 11 per cent

Basic ICBC premiums to jump 11 per cent

Cut in optional rates to offset much of the pain for most B.C. motorists
UPDATE: B.C. suspends its strictest roadside penalties

UPDATE: B.C. suspends its strictest roadside penalties

The toughest of B.C.'s new impaired driving penalties infringe people's constitutional rights, a judge has ruled.

Highway 97 traffic delay update

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B.C. reaches deal for RCMP contract

B.C. reaches deal for RCMP contract

B.C. has reached a new 20-year deal for RCMP services on the day a deadline was set by Ottawa.