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Let B.C. restaurants sell liquor permanently with take-out, delivery, proposes MLA

Let B.C. restaurants sell liquor permanently with take-out, delivery, proposes MLA

Allowing restaurants to permanently sell liquor with delivery and take-out sales would support thousands of small businesses across B.C.
Parents demand in-class learning be voluntary at B.C. schools in new petition

Parents demand in-class learning be voluntary at B.C. schools in new petition

B.C. parents have started a petition to keep the return to schools on an optional or voluntary basis in September
Two injured after plane crashes in interior B.C. parking lot

Two injured after plane crashes in interior B.C. parking lot

NELSON, B.C. — Two people were injured after a plane crashed and ended up in a grocery store parking lot in Nelson, B.C., on Monday morning.
Michael Buble headlines the latest Order of British Columbia appointments

Michael Buble headlines the latest Order of British Columbia appointments

VICTORIA — Singer Michael Buble is to be appointed to the Order of British Columbia, one of the province's highest honours. The Burnaby-born singer headlines the class of 13 British Columbians set to become the order's newest members.

Watchdog called in after man injured by police dog in Kelowna

KELOWNA, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a man was injured during a confrontation with a police dog on Saturday night.

Woman arrested in Nanaimo after alleged assaults, impaired driving

NANAIMO, B.C. — Nanaimo RCMP say a woman has been arrested after a series of incidents, including alleged assaults and impaired driving on Saturday.
Metro Vancouver MLA calls for ICBC rebates for drivers

Metro Vancouver MLA calls for ICBC rebates for drivers

Richmond MLA Jas Johal introduced the legislation – known as the Insurance Corporation Amendment Act, 2020 – on Wednesday
Overnight lightning storm sparks 15 wildfires in B.C.'s interior

Overnight lightning storm sparks 15 wildfires in B.C.'s interior

All fires are currently believed to be spot-sized
Red onions imported from U.S. likely behind salmonella outbreak, recall issued

Red onions imported from U.S. likely behind salmonella outbreak, recall issued

There have been 43 confirmed cases of the illness in B.C.

B.C. faces calls to intervene in Vancouver homeless camp after video confrontation

VANCOUVER — There are rising tensions in a Vancouver neighbourhood where an encampment sprung up months ago, with one city councilor calling on the province to step in after he says he was threatened.