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Is the Strathcona Park homeless camp in Vancouver here to stay?

Is the Strathcona Park homeless camp in Vancouver here to stay?

Plan to vacate Oppenheimer Park encampment in April doesn’t extend to Strathcona tent city
Salmonella-contaminated onion recall expands to include salsas, salads, and more sold in B.C.

Salmonella-contaminated onion recall expands to include salsas, salads, and more sold in B.C.

If you have anything with onions in it, make sure you know where those onions came from
Police seek witnesses, dashcam video, in Vancouver's tenth homicide of the year

Police seek witnesses, dashcam video, in Vancouver's tenth homicide of the year

Vancouver police are seeking witnesses to an assault last week on the city's Downtown Eastside, saying the details could be critical to what is now a homicide investigation.
Yukon's social media dancing star makes a splash in B.C. (VIDEO)

Yukon's social media dancing star makes a splash in B.C. (VIDEO)

Gurdeep Pandher has been spreading joy and happiness across Vancouver Island
You can own hot real estate properties for just $1 through this investment platform

You can own hot real estate properties for just $1 through this investment platform

addy’s mission is to enable everyone in B.C. to be a property owner by reducing the barriers to entry into the real estate market — beginning with an easy investment of a dollar.
Dr. Henry offers more details about B.C.'s 'innovative' back to school plan

Dr. Henry offers more details about B.C.'s 'innovative' back to school plan

"Schools will look different."
No deaths from COVID-19 in B.C. for last 10 days

No deaths from COVID-19 in B.C. for last 10 days

New cases in B.C. have predictably spiked up recently, but there have been no new deaths from COVID-19 for a week and a half
B.C. provincial health officer calls on younger people to avoid parties

B.C. provincial health officer calls on younger people to avoid parties

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer called on young people to avoid large social gatherings as the province battles a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases. Dr.
Internet site blocking battle invokes Canadians’ information rights

Internet site blocking battle invokes Canadians’ information rights

“Site blocking orders could be used to shut down journalists, artists, scientists, or politicians”
No deaths from COVID-19 in B.C. for last 10 days

No deaths from COVID-19 in B.C. for last 10 days

There were 131 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C. since Friday