British Columbia’s clerk of the legislative assembly Kate Ryan-Lloyd said she was “uncomfortable” with the retirement benefit she received in 2012 while deputy to her predecessor, a court heard Friday.
A tech startup company that began with a University of Victoria student’s idea to make bridges and dams safer has grown to new heights in less than two years, raising over $2 million and employing more than 25 people.
A surprise disclosure temporarily delayed proceedings at the B.C. Supreme Court trial of the former clerk of the legislature Thursday, while a key witness shed light on the controversial purchase of a wood splitter “for emergencies” that was stored at the clerk's home.
B.C. health officials say 13 new COVID-19-related deaths were confirmed across the province Thursday, including one in Island Health. The update brings B.C.'s pandemic death toll to 2,588, including 168 deaths in Island Health.
Can you spot what's wrong with this fake social media post? Police in Delta, B.C., are using a made-up caption and photo to highlight what information strangers can glean from just one post to Instagram.