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B.C. Liberal leader calls election call cynical, self-serving

B.C. Liberal leader calls election call cynical, self-serving

“The only reason for this election is to secure the jobs for the NDP,” Wilkinson said.
B.C.’s non-release of COVID locations data under privacy probe

B.C.’s non-release of COVID locations data under privacy probe

Complainants assert they cannot fight pandemic without information
Horgan officially calls provincial election for October 24

Horgan officially calls provincial election for October 24

"Unprecedented times call for unprecedented actions," said Horgan.
BCCDC identifies 9 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

BCCDC identifies 9 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

The BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) is warning airline passengers they may have been exposed to COVID-19 on multiple recent Vancouver flights.

B.C. privacy commissioner will hear First Nations complaints about COVID

VICTORIA — British Columbia's information and privacy commissioner will investigate a complaint by a coalition of First Nations over a lack of information from the province about the spread of COVID-19.
'Monkey Beach' film brings beloved Haisla novel to life with 'magical realism'

'Monkey Beach' film brings beloved Haisla novel to life with 'magical realism'

VANCOUVER — This year's Vancouver International Film Festival starts just above the surface of dark ocean waters off the coast of Haisla Nation territory in northern British Columbia.
Premier Horgan expected to call provincial election today

Premier Horgan expected to call provincial election today

British Columbians are likely headed to the polls this fall.
New nightlife and liquor service laws in B.C. now subject to enforcement, fines for violations

New nightlife and liquor service laws in B.C. now subject to enforcement, fines for violations

Police and other provincial agencies will be enforcing the most recent set of COVID-19 restrictions for bars, restaurants, nightclubs and banquet halls. 
Vancouver city councillor ‘shocked’ by report calling for his resignation

Vancouver city councillor ‘shocked’ by report calling for his resignation

Green Party Coun. Michael Wiebe subject of conflict-of-interest allegations

Woman in hospital after stabbing in East Vancouver parking lot: Police

VANCOUVER — Police say a woman in her 30s has been arrested following an alleged attack in an East Vancouver parking lot that injured three people on Saturday.