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B.C. extends public health orders impacting gatherings, gyms and bars

B.C. extends public health orders impacting gatherings, gyms and bars

B.C. health officials will provide further comments on the extension in a briefing on Tuesday.
Canucks' Lunar New Year jersey is about inclusion, says designer

Canucks' Lunar New Year jersey is about inclusion, says designer

The Vancouver Canucks unveiled a new jersey designed to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year.
Fraudulent crypto-trading platforms luring in Canadians, officials warn

Fraudulent crypto-trading platforms luring in Canadians, officials warn

Fraudsters target investors hoping to get in 'on the ground floor'
Deaths of people with ‘no fixed address’ in Vancouver reaches 225 in five years

Deaths of people with ‘no fixed address’ in Vancouver reaches 225 in five years

BC Coroners Service expected to update report on province-wide homeless deaths within next month
B.C. landlord says tenant had oral sex and intercourse with woman in backyard

B.C. landlord says tenant had oral sex and intercourse with woman in backyard

The landlord says the intimate encounter took place in the landlord's backyard in open view.
Federal decision on fish farms prompts closure of B.C. processing plant: company

Federal decision on fish farms prompts closure of B.C. processing plant: company

SURREY, B.C. — One of the largest farmed salmon producers operating in B.C. says it's permanently closing its processing plant in Surrey, B.C., because of a federal government decision to phase out some fish farms.
Canadian airline industry's big players request scrapping of mandatory COVID-19 testing for arrivals

Canadian airline industry's big players request scrapping of mandatory COVID-19 testing for arrivals

But YVR is not backing Air Canada, WestJet and Toronto airport's bid to get the federal government to divert testing capacity to communities
Site C dam to require 8.7% rate hike over two years: analyst

Site C dam to require 8.7% rate hike over two years: analyst

BC Hydro banking on a big bump in industrial power sales to mitigate rate hikes
Bystanders injured as B.C. gang unit joins Coquitlam attempted murder investigation

Bystanders injured as B.C. gang unit joins Coquitlam attempted murder investigation

Mounties say two others were found with minor injuries from the targeted Austin Heights incident that sent a known victim to hospital.
Eighty workers to lose jobs at Surrey fish plant

Eighty workers to lose jobs at Surrey fish plant

Surrey's fish processing plant expected to permanently close March 2022