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Tumbler Ridge Museum home to 450 million years of history

Tumbler Ridge Museum home to 450 million years of history

Plans are underway for a guest exhibit to be brought in from the Royal BC Museum later this year
German couple sailing the world find unexpected refuge in B.C.

German couple sailing the world find unexpected refuge in B.C.

Marion and Paul Bauer spent five months in Campbell River as they waited for the next sailing window.
Rogers to buy Shaw in $26b deal

Rogers to buy Shaw in $26b deal

Rogers says deal would create 3,000 jobs in Western Canada
Another ward at Vancouver General Hospital closed by COVID-19 outbreak

Another ward at Vancouver General Hospital closed by COVID-19 outbreak

VANCOUVER — An outbreak of COVID-19 has closed another ward at Vancouver General Hospital, while the health authority says outbreak precautions have been lifted in a separate unit.
Superintendent notes inequality as Surrey school district adds targeted measures

Superintendent notes inequality as Surrey school district adds targeted measures

SURREY, B.C. — The superintendent of a school district in the centre of British Columbia's COVID-19 storm said it was "eye-opening" to learn that many students aren't showing up to take COVID-19 tests after school-based virus exposures come to light.
Officials declare COVID-19 outbreak at B.C. glass company, exposure at Yukon mine

Officials declare COVID-19 outbreak at B.C. glass company, exposure at Yukon mine

LANGLEY, B.C. — A new COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at a glass manufacturing company in Langley, B.C. Fraser Health says 44 employees of the facility have tested positive for the virus at Vitrum Glass.
B.C. First Nations women create danger awareness online group

B.C. First Nations women create danger awareness online group

Women-only Facebook page launched
B.C. First Nations Health Authority hopes all Indigenous adults vaccinated in Phase 2

B.C. First Nations Health Authority hopes all Indigenous adults vaccinated in Phase 2

VANCOUVER — The top doctor at British Columbia's First Nations Health Authority says she is "hopeful" all Indigenous adults in the province, including those who don't live on reserves, will be offered the COVID-19 vaccine in the second phase of the i
Horgan supports vaccine passports for international travel but lukewarm for B.C.

Horgan supports vaccine passports for international travel but lukewarm for B.C.

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan says he backs the concept of so-called COVID-19 passports for international travellers, but he's not sold on a similar system for British Columbia residents. The premier said Friday he's not convinced people in B.C.
B.C. police watchdog investigates after man seriously injured during arrest

B.C. police watchdog investigates after man seriously injured during arrest

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a man suffered serious injuries during his arrest linked to a report about a firearm that was found at a cemetery in Chilliwack.