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Access to YVR airport expected to be blocked by protest Monday afternoon

Access to YVR airport expected to be blocked by protest Monday afternoon

Extinction Rebellion is on its ninth consecutive day of a two-week climate protest
Osteoporosis drug consultation kept quiet by Victoria: doctor

Osteoporosis drug consultation kept quiet by Victoria: doctor

Ministry says multiple forms of notice given for consultations
Stormy weather packing high winds forecast for Vancouver Island, Metro Vancouver

Stormy weather packing high winds forecast for Vancouver Island, Metro Vancouver

VANCOUVER — BC Ferries has cancelled nearly two dozen sailings on Monday due to a forecast calling for high winds that are expected to batter swaths of Vancouver Island and the western part of Metro Vancouver. Cancellations will start at 5:15 a.m.
‘Receding before our eyes:’ Island glaciers likely to be all gone by mid-century

‘Receding before our eyes:’ Island glaciers likely to be all gone by mid-century

Vancouver Island’s glaciers are disappearing — and fast.
Search for missing paddle boarder near Sechelt continues, hindered by weather

Search for missing paddle boarder near Sechelt continues, hindered by weather

He hasn't been seen since Oct. 19.
Fire aboard massive cargo ship off Vancouver Island continues (PHOTOS)

Fire aboard massive cargo ship off Vancouver Island continues (PHOTOS)

There seems to be progress Sunday, Oct. 24.
IHIT takes over after homicide near New West park

IHIT takes over after homicide near New West park

Police are looking for witnesses
LifeLabs centres to remain open during BCGEU negotiations

LifeLabs centres to remain open during BCGEU negotiations

Unionized members have been working without a contract since April 1.
COVID outbreak declared at Amica care home in North Vancouver

COVID outbreak declared at Amica care home in North Vancouver

The outbreak is the second to hit a North Shore care home this month
B.C. school boards told to determine their own vaccine policy for staff

B.C. school boards told to determine their own vaccine policy for staff

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Education Ministry has released new guidelines to help school boards with COVID-19 vaccination policies, leaving any final decisions up to the respective boards.