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B.C. willing to help Alberta in COVID-19 battle, but needs hospital space: Horgan

B.C. willing to help Alberta in COVID-19 battle, but needs hospital space: Horgan

VANCOUVER — Premier John Horgan says the province is willing to help Alberta when it comes to battling COVID-19, but the priority is on ensuring hospitals in British Columbia don't become overwhelmed.
A 'China Shock' to home prices: U.S. Federal Reserve study

A 'China Shock' to home prices: U.S. Federal Reserve study

Study used methodology deemed racist by some in Vancouver's housing debate.
B.C. warns of landslide risk during heavy rain over wildfire-scorched areas

B.C. warns of landslide risk during heavy rain over wildfire-scorched areas

LYTTON, B.C. — Heavy rainfall that has increased the risk of landslides caused the B.C. government to announced the closure of a section of the Trans-Canada Highway on Friday.
Social media harming people's access to facts: Horgan

Social media harming people's access to facts: Horgan

Nelson councillor cites knowledge decline with loss of journalists, libraries.
B.C. premier tells Fairy Creek protesters to go home

B.C. premier tells Fairy Creek protesters to go home

Horgan made the comments during an address to UBCM delegates.
Tk’emlúps Nation extends invitation to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Tk’emlúps Nation extends invitation to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — A First Nation that announced more than 200 unmarked graves had been found at the site of a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C., is inviting people to mark Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Health alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued after possible listeria contamination

Health alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued after possible listeria contamination

Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.
No injuries as fire tears through logs stored at West Fraser mill in Chetwynd, B.C.

No injuries as fire tears through logs stored at West Fraser mill in Chetwynd, B.C.

CHETWYND, B.C. — Fire has charred huge piles of logs stored at a northeastern B.C. lumber mill operated by West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.
BC Hydro warns B.C. residents to expect 'more fall storm outages'

BC Hydro warns B.C. residents to expect 'more fall storm outages'

Drought conditions from the record-breaking heat over the summer have resulted in the 'perfect storm' for power outages.
Vision Vancouver looks to regain focus in 2022 election

Vision Vancouver looks to regain focus in 2022 election

City’s former Indigenous relations manager Ginger Gosnell-Myers ‘seriously considering’ run for council