Every year, the BC Chamber of Commerce conducts the Collective Perspective survey, providing a unique opportunity to review the needs and wants of business owners across the province.
B.C. Supreme Court has ordered the former payroll administrator for a construction firm to repay $1.9 million in money embezzled from her employer as well as $100,000 in punitive damages. Justice Gary Weatherill called the case “an overwhelming case of fraud,...
A Surrey massage therapist has been suspended for a week after the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia found he had sexualized a patient’s environment.
Scientists and tech industry leaders issued a new warning Tuesday about the perils that artificial intelligence poses to humankind.
A panel of Indigenous experts says it will not participate in an engagement campaign hosted by an international organization Ottawa hired to provide advice on identifying possible human remains in unmarked graves.
Parks Canada Minister Steven Guilbeault says the federal government has designated the 1923 ban on immigration by people of Chinese origin as an event of historical significance.
A man who left a trail of chaos during a stabbing rampage in and around a North Vancouver library two years ago admitted his guilt Monday to killing one woman and hurting six other people.
When wildfires hit Alberta earlier this month, leaving more than 10,000 square kilometres of land scorched so far this year, João Lopes was worried about how much more devastation could be on its way.