Telus Outsourced B.C. Vaccine Call Centres to Debt Collection Agency, Says Report
"I don’t even know how this is allowed. It’s so disorganized", said an ex-employee who worked at one of the call centres.
Proposed Telus Tower in Victoria Reaches Public Hearing Stage
Victoria's City Council has approved Telus's plans for a massive 12-storey office building with a glass facade in downtown for public hearing.
iPhone 11 Fished Out of B.C. Lake, Still Works After 6 Months Underwater
No IP certification validates the 6 months an iPhone 11 fished out of British Columbia's Harrison Lake survived underwater.
BC Police Confirms Use of Controversial ‘Clearview AI’ Facial Recognition Software
British Columbia's privacy commissioner confirmed that five police officers and one civilian have used the Clearview AI facial recognition software despite privacy violation concerns.
Woman in Saanich, B.C. Issued $368 Ticket for Using Mounted Phone
A Saanich resident received a distracted driving ticket while using her phone at a red light.
Premier Says Ride Sharing Coming to British Columbia by Christmas
Premier John Horgan doesn't see anything standing in the way of ride sharing companies hitting the roads by Christmas as originally promised.
Vancouver City Council Gives Operational Green Light to Ride-Hailing Companies Like Uber, Lift
Vancouver has become the first city in British Columbia to usher in ride-hailing regulations.
Rural B.C. Communities Worry Class 4 Licenses Will Limit Ridesharing Drivers
Strict licence requirements could potentially discourage potential drivers, leaving more suburban and rural communities with little or no ridesharing services.
B.C. Judge Rules Having Phone ‘Within Sight’ No Longer Constitutes Distracted Driving
A recent ruling in a B.C. courtroom has set a new precedent for how distracted driving laws will be enforced across the province.
British Columbia’s Attorney General Says Distracted Driving Could Soon Cost You Your Keys
British Columbia's attorney general hinted that distracted driving could soon cost drivers their privileges behind the wheel.
British Columbia Pushing Ride-Sharing Services in the Province
A total of nine organizations in British Columbia have decided to join forces to advocate in favour of ride-sharing services.
British Columbia Taking Action Against Illegal Ride-Sharing Services
The province of British Columbia is taking action against illegal ride-sharing services.