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Bonnie Henry has 'hope' sports and religious services can resume in 'coming weeks'

Bonnie Henry has 'hope' sports and religious services can resume in 'coming weeks'

First death from COVID-19 in B.C. was announced one year ago tomorrow.
Hosts of Vancouver parties are arrested and charged, say police

Hosts of Vancouver parties are arrested and charged, say police

VANCOUVER — Two hosts of what police say were repeated parties in a condominium in Vancouver's West End have been arrested on allegations of violating public health orders.
Don't forget: Daylight saving time takes place this weekend in B.C.

Don't forget: Daylight saving time takes place this weekend in B.C.

Time to spring forward.
VIDEO: Large Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft flies over heads of Prince George residents

VIDEO: Large Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft flies over heads of Prince George residents

CC-177 Globemaster III was part of cross-country stop at YXS
Peace River North takes bronze in ice fishing derby

Peace River North takes bronze in ice fishing derby

Peace River North took third in Angler's Atlas' first annual Shake Off the Blues virtual ice fishing derby.
Castlegar, B.C., man charged with manslaughter in death of off-duty police officer

Castlegar, B.C., man charged with manslaughter in death of off-duty police officer

NELSON, B.C. — A manslaughter charge has been laid following an investigation into the death of an off-duty police constable from Abbotsford, B.C. Fifty-five-year-old Const.
Federal, B.C. governments announce $517-million rent aid program to help vulnerable

Federal, B.C. governments announce $517-million rent aid program to help vulnerable

VICTORIA — Vulnerable people in British Columbia struggling to make monthly rent payments or find affordable places to live are now eligible for rental relief under a federal-B.C. program announced Monday. The Canada-B.C.
#IWD2021: On International Women’s Day, advocacy group is challenging B.C. to provide free contraception

#IWD2021: On International Women’s Day, advocacy group is challenging B.C. to provide free contraception

‘Reproductive freedom is a fundamental human right’
COVID-19 vaccine call centres flooded with 1.7 million calls on first day

COVID-19 vaccine call centres flooded with 1.7 million calls on first day

Health minister pleads with British Columbians not to phone vaccine call centres unless eligible
Adults 55-plus most satisfied with digital health tools during pandemic

Adults 55-plus most satisfied with digital health tools during pandemic

Digital Health Circle partnered with Research Co. to better understand how British Columbians, especially older adults, have been using digital health products during the pandemic, in order to help local businesses and healthcare providers better address their consumers’ needs.