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B.C. Auditor Says Tighter Expense Rules, Oversight Needed At B.C. Legislature

B.C. Auditor Says Tighter Expense Rules, Oversight Needed At B.C. Legislature

VICTORIA - British Columbia's auditor general says the province's legislature must set higher standards for expense reporting by top administrative officials following allegations of spending abuses made by Speaker Darryl Plecas.

 

 

B.C. Auditor Says Tighter Expense Rules, Oversight Needed At B.C. Legislature

B.C. Premier John Horgan To Discuss State Of Logging Road Bus Took Before Deadly Crash

B.C. Premier John Horgan To Discuss State Of Logging Road Bus Took Before Deadly Crash

VICTORIA - British Columbia Premier John Horgan is expected to meet with Indigenous leaders on Vancouver Island next week to discuss the state of a treacherous logging road where two students died in a bus crash.

B.C. Premier John Horgan To Discuss State Of Logging Road Bus Took Before Deadly Crash

Electronic Ticketing Comes To The Abbotsford Police Department

Electronic Ticketing Comes To The Abbotsford Police Department

This week, the Abbotsford Police Department’s Traffic Enforcement Unit will be using new technology to issue violation tickets.  

 

Electronic Ticketing Comes To The Abbotsford Police Department

Defence Lawyer Awaiting Information From Crown In RCMP Secrets Case

Defence Lawyer Awaiting Information From Crown In RCMP Secrets Case

OTTAWA - A lawyer for an RCMP employee charged with breaching the official-secrets law says he is awaiting details of the allegations from the Crown.

 

 

Defence Lawyer Awaiting Information From Crown In RCMP Secrets Case

Saskatchewan Hospitals To Watch For Vaping-Related Illnesses: Health Minister

Saskatchewan Hospitals To Watch For Vaping-Related Illnesses: Health Minister

The government of Saskatchewan is going to watch for any vaping-related illnesses in the province.

Saskatchewan Hospitals To Watch For Vaping-Related Illnesses: Health Minister

Canadian Cities Respond To Drive-Thru Woes

Canadian Cities Respond To Drive-Thru Woes

At a transportation committee meeting this week, councillors approved the plan to construct a "traffic circle" at the end of the street and introduce a bylaw banning left turns into the restaurant's drive-thru.

 

 

Canadian Cities Respond To Drive-Thru Woes

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