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B.C. records first COVID-19 death in a week

B.C. records first COVID-19 death in a week

B.C. has now lost 168 residents to the virus that has caused a global pandemic
B.C. reports 16 new cases and first death due to COVID-19 in a week

B.C. reports 16 new cases and first death due to COVID-19 in a week

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say one more person has died due to COVID-19 after the province marked six consecutive days without a death. Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.
This Vancouver event wants to help fund your great idea

This Vancouver event wants to help fund your great idea

The 10th annual Awesome Shit Club is returning next month, and it wants to fund that great idea that's been lingering in the back of your mind. 
Businessman David Sidoo loses Order of B.C. following wire fraud guilty plea

Businessman David Sidoo loses Order of B.C. following wire fraud guilty plea

VICTORIA — A former Canadian Football League player has lost his membership in the Order of British Columbia after pleading guilty to charges in the United States. A B.C.
Pandemic complicates dog adoption initiatives in B.C.

Pandemic complicates dog adoption initiatives in B.C.

Travel restrictions hinder adoption societies’ abilities to meet demand for pets from abroad
Sandra Stuart: HSBC CEO on the high finance sector during the pandemic

Sandra Stuart: HSBC CEO on the high finance sector during the pandemic

Business in Vancouver’s Business Leadership Series is a 10-part series of discussions with prominent business leaders
COVID border closure causing increased drug toxicity in B.C.: Dr. Henry

COVID border closure causing increased drug toxicity in B.C.: Dr. Henry

Dr. Bonnie Henry fought back tears Thursday as she spoke about the 170 overdose deaths across British Columbia in May
Canada to begin mandatory temperature checks for air passengers

Canada to begin mandatory temperature checks for air passengers

Canada to begin mandatory temperature checks for air passengers
B.C. enables restaurants to serve at more than 50% capacity

B.C. enables restaurants to serve at more than 50% capacity

The change was made partly because cities and the province are making it easier for restaurants to have outdoor patios
Sleeping in, showering less. BC Hydro says power use changes since pandemic

Sleeping in, showering less. BC Hydro says power use changes since pandemic

VANCOUVER — The latest report on electricity usage in British Columbia reveals the COVID-19 pandemic has created an atmosphere where every day feels like a Saturday.