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Scam stock letter with COVID-19 message lands in B.C. mailboxes

Scam stock letter with COVID-19 message lands in B.C. mailboxes

Did you get this one, too? One Metro Vancouver member of law enforcement did - and he's cautioning everyone it's a scam
Thousands sign petition seeking travel restrictions for Vancouver Island

Thousands sign petition seeking travel restrictions for Vancouver Island

"BC Ferries should be limited to essential services and implement restricted access for residents who are trying to return home to their families."
Eleven small wildfires in B.C. on Easter weekend, but most quickly doused

Eleven small wildfires in B.C. on Easter weekend, but most quickly doused

VANCOUVER — The BC Wildfire Service lists the fire danger rating across most of the province as low to moderate but firefighters in several regions still had a busy Easter weekend.
Public apology issued after man caught spitting on Vancouver condo elevator

Public apology issued after man caught spitting on Vancouver condo elevator

VANCOUVER — A man is apologizing after facing a backlash over a video of him appearing to spit on a Vancouver condo elevator. The video, posted to Twitter, shows the man appearing to spit on the elevator's control panel as he disembarks.
Protective gear shortage a 'crisis' for B.C. seniors' care providers: SafeCare BC

Protective gear shortage a 'crisis' for B.C. seniors' care providers: SafeCare BC

70% of B.C.'s long-term care facilities say they are experiencing a “critical shortage” of PPE
On the mend from COVID-19, B.C. couple longing for hugs, return to normalcy

On the mend from COVID-19, B.C. couple longing for hugs, return to normalcy

“It’s like you’ve got a couple of concrete blocks sitting on top of your chest."
This new website explains how B.C. fuel prices are influenced

This new website explains how B.C. fuel prices are influenced

Site users can customize information based on geography or price features to see different statistics in comparison to other cities in B.C. or across Canada.
Family court orders stand during COVID-19 crisis

Family court orders stand during COVID-19 crisis

While most courts are shut down because of the health crisis, urgent matters are still being heard via telephone conferencing.
British Columbians urged to avoid Easter travel as COVID-19 death toll climbs

British Columbians urged to avoid Easter travel as COVID-19 death toll climbs

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top public health doctor called on residents to avoid travel and resist the urge to spend the Easter long weekend with loved ones outside their households on Saturday as the province reported 35 new cases of COVID-19 and
B.C. reports 35 new COVID-19 cases, three new deaths

B.C. reports 35 new COVID-19 cases, three new deaths

This brings the provincial total to 1,445 cases of the virus.