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Shooting in Surrey sends woman to hospital

SURREY, B.C. — A woman is recovering from gunshot wounds following a shooting in Surrey Tuesday evening.
B.C. designates pregnant people as priority group for COVID-19 vaccination

B.C. designates pregnant people as priority group for COVID-19 vaccination

VICTORIA — Those who are pregnant in British Columbia have now been designated a priority population to receive COVID-19 vaccine. Provincial health officer Dr.
New virtual clinic enhances access to South Peace primary care

New virtual clinic enhances access to South Peace primary care

People living in the most remote and underserved communities, those without a family physician or nurse practitioner and those in need of everyday health care after business hours will be able to speak to a health-care provider between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., seven days a week and on holidays.
Privacy watchdogs keep watch on COVID relaxation of data-sharing laws

Privacy watchdogs keep watch on COVID relaxation of data-sharing laws

Governments' collection of personal information to fight spread of coronavirus has raised privacy issues.
West Moberly Corporate Alliance works with lease holders to reclaim wells

West Moberly Corporate Alliance works with lease holders to reclaim wells

Prime contractor status is a natural next step.
Pregnant people now being prioritized for vaccination in B.C.

Pregnant people now being prioritized for vaccination in B.C.

Data shows pregnant people experience severe illness from COVID-19 at a rate similar to people in their 50s.
Port of Vancouver investigating incident that led to freak wave over Garry Point Park in Steveston

Port of Vancouver investigating incident that led to freak wave over Garry Point Park in Steveston

The City of Richmond also requested the Coast Guard ask all vessels to slow down as they near Steveston, following last week’s incident where a woman almost drowned while walking on a path
Man saves 85-year-old Burnaby school yearbook from garbage dump

Man saves 85-year-old Burnaby school yearbook from garbage dump

David Drayson found 1936 Burnaby North High School annual in pile of books and papers neighbour was throwing out.
Hitting a wall: Adorable bear cubs climbing in Whistler (VIDEO)

Hitting a wall: Adorable bear cubs climbing in Whistler (VIDEO)

Three little cubs and an adult bear all tried to cross the highway, but one got stuck and couldn't quite make it over.
Powder King cell coverage improving

Powder King cell coverage improving

Improved cellphone coverage is coming to Highway 97 and the Pine Pass.