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British Columbia · British Columbia
B.C. breaking its own law on climate-change reporting: environmental group
Sierra Club BC wants the province to come up with a new accountability report for 2021. It wants to fill in the gaps of missing information on its progress toward meeting emissions target for 2025. The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy says the province has the strongest climate accountability measures in Canada.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 9 sources
US & Canada · Ottawa
Hockey Canada's board chairs defend organization's leadership, decisions
Hockey Canada has been under the national microscope since May. It settled a lawsuit with a woman who alleged she was sexually assaulted by eight players. Hockey Canada paid out $7.6 million in nine settlements related to sexual assault and sexual abuse claims since 1989. The majority of that money went to those abused by junior hockey coach Graham James.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 7 sources
New rules coming for mortgage brokers following B.C.'s money laundering probe
The British Columbia government is bringing in new laws to replace the outdated Mortgage Brokers Act. It follows recommendations from an inquiry into money laundering. Finance Minister Selina Robinson introduced the bill in the legislature on Tuesday. She said B.C. residents deserve better consumer protection and more transparency in the mortgage broking industry.See the Story
71% Left coverage: 7 sources
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US & Canada · Nanoose Bay
'It came in straight through the master bedroom': Transport truck slams into home in Nanoose Bay, B.C.
A semi-truck plowed through a fence and into a home near Nanoose Bay, B.C. on Monday afternoon. The driver was airlifted to hospital in Vancouver but according to Oceanside RCMP he did not suffer any serious injuries. The rig remained inside the home Tuesday morning and according to a neighbour is leaking diesel fuel into the residence.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
MPs call for tight federal restriction on use of facial recognition technology
MPs call for a moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology by federal police and Canadian businesses. They also want the government to develop a regulatory framework concerning uses, prohibitions, oversight and privacy of the emerging tool. The MPs say appropriate privacy protections should address issues including accuracy, retention of data and transparency.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 6 sources
Fire crews battling blaze in Gowlland Tod Provincial Park
The District of Highlands said there has been no risk to residents or homes. The overnight growth of the fire was slow as firefighters worked to get to the scene. Crews have been assisted this morning by Langford Fire Rescue’s marine unit. The public is advised to avoid using Finlayson Arm Road.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Conservation · Dawson Creek
Black bear attacks family of four in B.C., two seriously hurt, conservation service says
The family of four turned and ran when the bear charged them Monday evening. The service says the bear chased them and attacked one woman, while another woman and a teenage boy were injured trying to help her. The Mounties say officers shot and killed the animal, making way for the victims to be airlifted to hospital.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Meet the candidates running for Kitchener city council
Morgan Kennedy is running for the District 2 seat in Chico. Kennedy has been involved in local politics for about seven years. Kennedy says she feels loyalty to the community and is committed to making it better for all. Kennedy: "I feel like I owe Chico a really huge debt"See the Story
100% Center coverage: 3 sources
4 mayoral and 7 councillor candidates seek election in Gold River
North Bay council candidate Gary Gardiner running a zero budget election campaign. No election signs or pamphlets, no billboards or buttons or flyers. Gardiner said he's taking this approach because he wants to send a message. He said pensioners are particularly going to be hard hit.See the Story
Rob Shaw: Government on defensive over prolific offenders and random assaults
The B.C. government is being accused of not moving quickly enough to implement 28 recommendations in a new expert report, including issuing directives to prosecutors to charge and detain prolific offenders.See the Story