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Langley swimmers dominate Winter meet
Four club competitors set a new B.C. relay record
Higher cancer rates found in military pilots, ground crews: U.S. study
Military members at far greater risk of developing disease than general American population
Gov. Gen. Mary Simon champions Indigenous diplomacy, seeks new ties abroad
Simon has ability to create shared space for international communities rebuilding from colonialism
Canada to accept more Syrian, Turkish residents after earthquake
North Korea launches missile into sea amid U.S.–South Korea drills
Fight over science holds up key UN climate report
Better late than never: Trudeau finally gets a home-turf visit from U.S. president
Indigenous communities leading Canada’s clean energy boom
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More anti-Ukraine graffiti spray painted at Langley townhouse
VIDEO: More eateries opening at Willowbrook mall
A look at police officers recently killed on the job across Canada
Fundraiser started for international student attacked at Kelowna bus stop
WEB POLL: Have you ever been the victim of a scam?
Everyone’s been the target of a fraud, but have you ever lost money, or not?
PAINFUL TRUTH: Fear of weight loss drugs
Being thin isn’t a virtue – it’s mostly luck and privilege
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Scams come in all shapes and sizes, from two-bit frauds like “returning” stolen merchandise to a store, all the way up to multi-million dollar scams like Ponzi schemes, pyramid schemes, and large-scale embezzlement.
A few generations ago, you might go for months or years without ever encountering a scam attempt, but now our phones, email in boxes, and social media expose us to many potential scams almost on a daily basis.
You might not have fallen for the emails about the wealthy Nigerian prince, but have you ever been successfully scammed?
READ ALSO: Fraud in B.C.: Who investigates when millions go missing?
QUIZ: How Irish are you?
St. Patrick’s Day, on March 17, is a celebration of Ireland and Irish culture
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Abbotsford Canucks sweep Ontario Reign with 5-2 win
Arturs Silovs makes 42 saves, Matt Alfaro has three point night in win
2023 season of the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour tees off at B.C. golf course
Players received gift packages in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the MJT
Sandler to receive Mark Twain Prize for lifetime in comedy
Sandler has starred in more than 30 Hollywood films
Lance Reddick, ‘The Wire’ and ‘John Wick’ star, dies at 60
Reddick died ‘suddenly’ Friday morning of natural causes said his publicist
How did these companies survive the pitfalls of the pandemic pivot?
Many who turned to produce hand sanitizer, PPE in 2020 have struggled to transition back
CP Rail, Kansas City Southern Rail to combine next month after U.S. approval
$31B U.S. deal creates the only railway stretching from Canada through to the U.S. and Mexico
Businesses expect slower sales in short term as cost, labour issues persist: survey
T-Mobile acquires Mint, partially owned by Ryan Reynolds
Walmart reports ‘tens of thousands of items’ destroyed after Nanaimo diaper fire
Rise and fall of Canada’s domestic PPE market blamed on government policy
A new way to travel: Vancouver-based company opens marketplace for private flights
QUIZ: How much do you know about Francophone culture?
International Francophone Day, on March 20, is a celebration of French language and culture
Tiny B.C. island community’s answer to climate change? Feed everyone
Quadra Island volunteers combing discarded food for nutrition, getting it to those who need it
Prince Harry sues tabloid for defamation over security story
Quesnel boy uses birthday to donate pizzas to those in need
B.C. elementary students hand out $1,400 in free goodies to strangers as part of kindness project
‘Under high pressure’: B.C. students organize Mental Health Day
What can ChatGPT maker’s new AI model GPT-4 do?
Pretty in pink…and a little blue
Single colour dominates the fashion runways
Many kids are struggling in school. Do their parents know?
Evena Joseph was unaware how much her 10-year-old son was struggling in…
Spring has sprung at your Lower Mainland Otter Co-op store!
Find everything you need to get ready for gardening season at your local store
Navigate an amazing cruise experience today!
Helpful advice on cruising options from Langley travel expert
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