“It’s been more than two years since the BC government received Janet Patterson’s report detailing major problems throughout workers’ compensation,” BCFED President Laird Cronk said. “It exposed a system that too often acts like a for-profit insurance company, instead of an ally in an injured worker’s recovery.”
“Canada has a long, proud tradition of standing up for human rights at home and abroad. On this International Human Rights Day, we join our friends and allies around the world in reaffirming and celebrating the importance of human rights, while recommitting ourselves to building a world where they are respected by all.
As the pandemic continues and the cost of living steadily rises, the federal government is cutting low-income seniors and families off from the benefits they need to pay their rent and groceries. A report released today from the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) confirms that inequality is increasing in Canada.
A Delta Police cybercrimes officer investigating a local ransomware attack will be travelling to Europe this month to advance the investigation. The National Cybercrime Coordination Unit (NC3) is responsible for Canadian expenditures to attend this gathering of international partners looking at cybercrime trends.
Hurriya (HS) Burney wrote and published her debut murder mystery, The Lake Templeton Murders.
A fast-paced whodunit set in a small fictional town in Vancouver Island starts with discovering a body found drowned on the beach. The police determined that the victim, Sharon Reese, plunged off the dock outside her own lakefront home in a drunken stupor. On the surface, it seems like an accident or a suicide. Private investigator, Fati Rizvi, convinced that it’s murder, sets out to unravel the mystery.