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This interactive online program will guide creative teens in making music for the video game and animation sectors

This interactive online program will guide creative teens in making music for the video game and animation sectors

High school students in grades 7-12 across the province can learn to create original music compositions for the creative technology sector through this free program offered by DigiBC.
B.C. to get $2.2B in COVID-19 support, Horgan celebrates paid sick leave program

B.C. to get $2.2B in COVID-19 support, Horgan celebrates paid sick leave program

Allowing people the security to take up to 10 days off work if they are unwell helps meet the guidelines set by provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry
New Vancouver museum set to honour Chinese Canadian history (VIDEO)

New Vancouver museum set to honour Chinese Canadian history (VIDEO)

The B.C. government has invested $10 million to establish the Chinese Canadian Museum - the first in Canada.
Vancouver company launches Sea to Sky landslide map (VIDEO)

Vancouver company launches Sea to Sky landslide map (VIDEO)

Minerva Intelligence is gathering potentially disastrous data and using cognitive artificial intelligence to synthesize it
Newborn care unit at Vancouver hospital shut down by COVID-19 outbreak

Newborn care unit at Vancouver hospital shut down by COVID-19 outbreak

VANCOUVER — A newborn intensive care unit at a Vancouver hospital is the site of the latest COVID-19 outbreak in the city.
Vancouver police push back on 'defund' movement, say communication could improve

Vancouver police push back on 'defund' movement, say communication could improve

VANCOUVER — Members of the Vancouver Police Department pushed back against the concept of defunding the police on Thursday, saying they offer valuable work and help in the community.
B.C. businesses brace for second wave of impacts when government support ends

B.C. businesses brace for second wave of impacts when government support ends

Many businesses on government support foresee cutbacks, more debt and layoffs when that support ends
B.C. to get $2.2B in COVID-19 support, Horgan celebrates paid sick leave program

B.C. to get $2.2B in COVID-19 support, Horgan celebrates paid sick leave program

VICTORIA — British Columbia Premier John Horgan says he's proud that a national sick leave program has been announced as part of $19 billion in federal funding to support the provinces and territories during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Liver transplant alcohol abstinence policy discriminatory: Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs

Liver transplant alcohol abstinence policy discriminatory: Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs

Now-deceased transplant seeker called policy a “lethal form of racism”
Is it time for a sanctioned homeless camp in Vancouver?

Is it time for a sanctioned homeless camp in Vancouver?

Strathcona Park tent city latest of large-scale unsanctioned encampments in city