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B.C. issued 10 tickets during first week of enforcement of large gathering rules

B.C. issued 10 tickets during first week of enforcement of large gathering rules

"It's time to stop breaking the rules. It's time to do better."
B.C. sets new record for number of people battling COVID-19 infections: 1,124

B.C. sets new record for number of people battling COVID-19 infections: 1,124

The last time B.C. recorded fewer new daily infections than 58 was on August 17
Funeral and feast gatherings in northern B.C. lead to COVID warnings

Funeral and feast gatherings in northern B.C. lead to COVID warnings

VICTORIA — An outbreak of COVID-19 in British Columbia's Nass Valley has prompted an alert from the Northern and First Nations health authorities. The warning goes out to anyone who attended gatherings between Aug. 21 and 25 in the valley.
New supportive housing coming for homeless in Vancouver, province and city say

New supportive housing coming for homeless in Vancouver, province and city say

VANCOUVER — The B.C. government and City of Vancouver are partnering to build 450 new supportive homes for people experiencing homelessness.
Protestors hold massive demonstration against 'anti-gay' preacher on Sunset Beach (VIDEOS)

Protestors hold massive demonstration against 'anti-gay' preacher on Sunset Beach (VIDEOS)

Last night, Toronto-based David Lynn, head of Christ's Forgiveness Ministries, took to Sunset Beach to preach his beliefs.
Here’s how shipping containers play an integral role in Canada’s trade and economy

Here’s how shipping containers play an integral role in Canada’s trade and economy

Shipping containers can carry almost any type of cargo to anywhere in the world. Canadian businesses, farmers, and consumers depend on the essential work of container terminals in the Port of Vancouver to access global markets.
Fall brings 'new phase' to pandemic in B.C.

Fall brings 'new phase' to pandemic in B.C.

British Columbians are being urged to start limiting their social interactions again
Rogers expands 5G network rollout in B.C. without Huawei

Rogers expands 5G network rollout in B.C. without Huawei

Rogers vice-chair said Huawei should be banned from Canada’s 5G network
B.C. Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada

B.C. Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada

Premier Horgan's appeal is the highest in the country
B.C. sees 294 cases of COVID-19 over weekend, four additional deaths

B.C. sees 294 cases of COVID-19 over weekend, four additional deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor is urging people to take control of the latest rise in cases of COVID-19 by going back to the basics on their personal safety plans. Provincial health officer Dr.