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Health authority seeks injunction to shut down B.C. restaurant not complying with vaccine card mandate

Health authority seeks injunction to shut down B.C. restaurant not complying with vaccine card mandate

"We're disappointed to be at this stage," said B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix.
COVID-19 infections amongst students, school staff declining after back-to-class surge

COVID-19 infections amongst students, school staff declining after back-to-class surge

'Very few' school-aged children have been admitted to hospital with COVID-19, says B.C.'s top doc.
Indigenous grandfather not likely to learn officers’ fate in Vancouver BMO arrest until 2022

Indigenous grandfather not likely to learn officers’ fate in Vancouver BMO arrest until 2022

Maxwell Johnson, granddaughter also filed complaints with B.C. Human Rights Tribunal and Canadian Human Rights Commission
B.C. to reopen sports arenas, concerts to max capacity

B.C. to reopen sports arenas, concerts to max capacity

Patrons will need to show vaccine card for admission later this month
NDP going backward on government transparency: critics

NDP going backward on government transparency: critics

“This government keeps saying one thing and doing another”
Half of Canada's youth report seeing school racism: survey

Half of Canada's youth report seeing school racism: survey

Twenty-three per cent of respondents reported teachers ignore racist behaviour, or are unaware of it.
NDP under fire for COVID-19 booster delay; should have been given weeks ago, Liberals say

NDP under fire for COVID-19 booster delay; should have been given weeks ago, Liberals say

Ontario started giving boosters to long-term care residents in August, while Alberta began offering boosters in seniors homes on Sept. 1, and Saskatchewan on Sept. 7.
Family of beavers to be relocated from Cranbook, B.C., park, but not until spring

Family of beavers to be relocated from Cranbook, B.C., park, but not until spring

CRANBROOK, B.C. — A family of annoyingly busy beavers won't be evicted from a city park in southeastern British Columbia until at least spring.

Victoria police take man into custody after hours-long standoff at apartment building

VICTORIA — An hours-long barricade at a Victoria apartment building ended peacefully Monday night, with police taking a man into custody.
British Columbia appoints former Calgary police deputy chief as sergeant-at-arms

British Columbia appoints former Calgary police deputy chief as sergeant-at-arms

VICTORIA — The B.C. government has appointed a new sergeant-at-arms in the legislature nearly three years after the former officer in the assembly was suspended.