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Vancouver councillors consistent in call for cut to police budget

Vancouver councillors consistent in call for cut to police budget

Vancouver city councillors say they have received ‘hundreds’ of emails to ‘defund police’ in light of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis

B.C. continues to flatten COVID-19 with no new deaths in days; urges safe travel

VICTORIA — British Columbia Health Minister Adrian Dix says he's grateful not to have to add more people to the COVID-19 death count of 167. The province announced no new deaths on Monday and 30 cases of the virus over the last three days. B.C.

Arrest made after Mountie pepper sprayed during traffic stop in B.C.

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — A 26-year-old woman has been arrested after the RCMP say one of its officers was pepper sprayed during a traffic stop on Sunday outside Revelstoke, B.C.

Three RCMP officers in Prince George, B.C., face assault charges over arrest

VICTORIA — Charges have been approved against three Mounties in Prince George, B.C., related to the arrest of two suspects in February 2016. British Columbia's prosecution service says Const.

BC Ferries says those boarding some vessels will be asked to bring a mask

VICTORIA — Anyone using a British Columbia ferry on routes longer than 30 minutes will have to bring a face mask with them to protect against transmission of COVID-19.
Ice in carburetor led to B.C. plane crash that killed three: safety board

Ice in carburetor led to B.C. plane crash that killed three: safety board

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board says ice in a carburetor was the cause of a fatal plane crash last year outside Smithers, B.C.

Man surrenders, awaits charges, in alleged racist incident on Vancouver Island

PORT ALBERNI, B.C. — A Vancouver Island man is awaiting a court date over an alleged racist incident at a First Nations community near Port Alberni.
This yoga studio in Vancouver is ready to help you STRETCH and reconnect with your community

This yoga studio in Vancouver is ready to help you STRETCH and reconnect with your community

STRETCH is restarting in-studio classes on Monday, June 15th. Prior to opening day, they will be welcoming in this new chapter with a pair of special events for new and returning students.
This Vancouver museum invites you on a journey to seaside B.C. for its grand reopening

This Vancouver museum invites you on a journey to seaside B.C. for its grand reopening

The Vancouver Maritime Museum is looking forward to opening its doors to the public on June 11 with a solid health and safety plan and incredible new exhibitions.
B.C.’s legal cannabis sales soar to record high in March

B.C.’s legal cannabis sales soar to record high in March

British Columbians spent more than eight times the $2.84 million we spent on legal weed in the same month a year ago