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Police investigate men allegedly 'testing' display toilets in a B.C. store (VIDEO)

Police investigate men allegedly 'testing' display toilets in a B.C. store (VIDEO)

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B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

New data released by Statistics Canada reveals the province’s unemployment rate now stands at an even 13%
Rough road built to Old Fort, B.C., after slide ripped out only access route

Rough road built to Old Fort, B.C., after slide ripped out only access route

OLD FORT, B.C. — A temporary access road has been built to the northeastern British Columbia community of Old Fort after a slow landslide last month tore out a section of the only road to dozens of homes.
61 of 681 seniors' homes in B.C. have plans in place to allow visitors

61 of 681 seniors' homes in B.C. have plans in place to allow visitors

Comparatively low numbers of COVID-19 infections in the province has prompted the government to open seniors' homes to visitors
Horgan says B.C. restart making gains as more people come out of their homes

Horgan says B.C. restart making gains as more people come out of their homes

VICTORIA — British Columbia's gradual restart is gaining ground as some industries resume operations and more people leave their homes to participate in the economy, Premier John Horgan said Thursday. He said B.C.
City councillors imagine Vancouver without a new fire chief

City councillors imagine Vancouver without a new fire chief

Fire Chief Darrell Reid leaves next week for management job in Alberta
Doctors, nurses urged to provide info on racism in B.C. emergency rooms

Doctors, nurses urged to provide info on racism in B.C. emergency rooms

An investigative team has been assembled, and they will issue an initial report in a few months
Plan on five-day school week in fall for K-7, education minister says

Plan on five-day school week in fall for K-7, education minister says

A provincial steering committee is ironing out plans to have as many kids back in school as possible this September
(Some) B.C. tenants can now be evicted

(Some) B.C. tenants can now be evicted

The B.C. government has partially lifted a ban on residential rental evictions
B.C. making good progress in reopening: Premier John Horgan

B.C. making good progress in reopening: Premier John Horgan

"There's great reason for optimism as we look at how our restart has been going across the province," said the premier