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B.C. reopens non-essential travel, film and television production, and movie theatres

B.C. reopens non-essential travel, film and television production, and movie theatres

Welcome to Phase 3, B.C.

Man injured in B.C. after police respond to unfounded disturbance call

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — RCMP say a man was injured Tuesday night in Kamloops, British Columbia, after police were called to a disturbance in the city that turned out to be unfounded.

Former B.C. inmate claims correctional officers ignored call for help for dying prisoner

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A former British Columbia inmate is suing the provincial government and two correctional officers for psychological harm, alleging his calls of help for a fellow inmate were ignored. Gordon Hansen alleges in a B.C.
More than two-thirds of B.C. workers wouldn’t return to the office in the fall: poll

More than two-thirds of B.C. workers wouldn’t return to the office in the fall: poll

And 19% told the pollster they would choose to work from home “forever"
Police say death of Chinese national in Surrey, B.C., not random, but few clues

Police say death of Chinese national in Surrey, B.C., not random, but few clues

SURREY, B.C. — Homicide detectives in Metro Vancouver are appealing for information as they investigate the murder of a 41-year-old woman who died in hospital on June 17.
Vancouver council moves step closer to allow legal public drinking this summer

Vancouver council moves step closer to allow legal public drinking this summer

Trial could coincide with park board’s plan to allow drinking at select beaches and parks
Search underway in B.C. backcountry for Alberta man missing since November

Search underway in B.C. backcountry for Alberta man missing since November

PEMBERTON, B.C. — A search is underway in a remote and mountainous area in British Columbia where the burned out vehicle of a missing Alberta man was found by hikers last November.
Hospital stay could be forced on B.C. youths who overdose

Hospital stay could be forced on B.C. youths who overdose

Hospitals will be allowed to keep youths for up to seven days after an overdose under rule changes being proposed by the province
B.C. COVID-19 modelling shows potential for renewed growth of cases

B.C. COVID-19 modelling shows potential for renewed growth of cases

Contacts between British Columbians are at 65% of normal rates currently
Couple used transplant experience to help navigate pregnancy during pandemic

Couple used transplant experience to help navigate pregnancy during pandemic

VANCOUVER — Kate and Brian Chong couldn't have known they would become parents during a pandemic, but they were more prepared than most for a difficult pregnancy.