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Vancouver council approves free year-round parking for veterans

Vancouver council approves free year-round parking for veterans

Trial to begin next month with parking meters and potentially at other civic facilities
B.C.'s top doctor says surge in COVID-19 cases could bring more restrictions

B.C.'s top doctor says surge in COVID-19 cases could bring more restrictions

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer says social gatherings like weddings are fuelling a surge in COVID-19 cases in the province. Dr.
Police look to identify perpetrator of gunpoint robbery in Yaletown (VIDEO)

Police look to identify perpetrator of gunpoint robbery in Yaletown (VIDEO)

Police release footage of crime suspect in hopes the public will be able to identify him. Anyone who does is asked to call 911.
B.C.'s increase in COVID-19 cases not because of election, assures Horgan

B.C.'s increase in COVID-19 cases not because of election, assures Horgan

Weddings, funerals and social gatherings – not the province's general election – are behind B.C.'s second wave of COVID-19, says the BC NDP leader

Suspect charged in stabbing death of B.C. woman and aggravated assault of child, man

SURREY, B.C. — Multiple charges have been laid against a suspect after the stabbing death of a woman and injuries suffered by a two-year-old child and a man at a home in Surrey, B.C.
Woman told investors she would help Chinese students get Canadian visas, but took $3m of their money to spend at casinos and shopping instead: BCSC

Woman told investors she would help Chinese students get Canadian visas, but took $3m of their money to spend at casinos and shopping instead: BCSC

A woman who had previously received a removal order from Canada has defrauded Vancouver and Richmond residents of $3 million.
B.C. 2019 workplace deaths match record high

B.C. 2019 workplace deaths match record high

The construction sector is B.C.’s deadliest, with 33 deaths in 2019.
SPCA caring for 5 squirrels who had their tails stuck together in tree sap

SPCA caring for 5 squirrels who had their tails stuck together in tree sap

It took Wild ARC's rehab team over an hour to carefully separate the squirrels’ tails without injuring them further
B.C. reports 203 cases of COVID-19, sets new daily record

B.C. reports 203 cases of COVID-19, sets new daily record

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials are reporting the highest-ever daily number of new COVID-19 infections at 203. In a statement Wednesday, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says there are now 1,766 active cases in B.C.
B.C. confirms 203 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 12,057

B.C. confirms 203 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 12,057

4,294 people are under active public health monitoring as a result of identified exposure to known cases.