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WorkSafeBC investigates ferry worker's death in Richmond: union

WorkSafeBC investigates ferry worker's death in Richmond: union

RICHMOND, B.C. — BC Ferries says the body of one of its workers was recovered Saturday after the employee fell into the Fraser River in Richmond.
British Columbia expands gas-price tracking to additional four communities

British Columbia expands gas-price tracking to additional four communities

VICTORIA — Fuel prices will be tracked in four additional communities in B.C. under legislation aimed at providing the public with more information on the price at the pumps.
No new COVID-19 deaths in B.C. since Friday

No new COVID-19 deaths in B.C. since Friday

No new community outbreaks over past few days
BC Ferries says COVID erased what could have been one of its strongest fiscal years

BC Ferries says COVID erased what could have been one of its strongest fiscal years

The final two weeks of the BC Ferries fiscal year saw the beginning of unprecedented revenue losses
Heavy rainfall in parts of British Columbia affects travel as roads closed

Heavy rainfall in parts of British Columbia affects travel as roads closed

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A number of roads in northern British Columbia have been closed after heavy rain caused washouts and localized flooding on Monday.
Seven arrested over Vancouver road blockade by anti-racism protesters: police

Seven arrested over Vancouver road blockade by anti-racism protesters: police

VANCOUVER — Seven people have been arrested as police removed protesters from a major route connecting downtown Vancouver to the city's east side.
B.C. expands Foundry mental health, substance use services to 8 communities

B.C. expands Foundry mental health, substance use services to 8 communities

VICTORIA — The B.C. government is expanding its mental health and substance use services for youth and their families to eight more communities.
There is $164 million of unclaimed money in B.C., looking for its rightful owners

There is $164 million of unclaimed money in B.C., looking for its rightful owners

You can search an online database to see if any of the money is yours
Deadly act of domestic violence in B.C. sparks calls for police to be more open

Deadly act of domestic violence in B.C. sparks calls for police to be more open

Police secrecy surrounding domestic-violence murder investigations needs to change, says an expert in intimate partner violence
Homicide team probes suspicious fire where one person is dead in Langley, B.C.

Homicide team probes suspicious fire where one person is dead in Langley, B.C.

LANGLEY, B.C. — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has taken over an investigation of a house fire where a body was found in Langley, B.C. A statement from the team on social media said the death was suspicious.