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Here’s where you can walk in to get your next COVID-19 vaccine dose in B.C. (MAP)

Here’s where you can walk in to get your next COVID-19 vaccine dose in B.C. (MAP)

The BCCDC has announced several special event clinics planned for this weekend
B.C. reveals $5.5B deficit in 2020-21 fiscal year

B.C. reveals $5.5B deficit in 2020-21 fiscal year

Deficit was $2.7B below what the government had projected.
Schools taking lessons in post-pandemic preparedness

Schools taking lessons in post-pandemic preparedness

Post-secondary institutions in B.C. getting ready for in-person, on-campus activities
Extra help is on the way to fight wildfires in British Columbia

Extra help is on the way to fight wildfires in British Columbia

British Columbia is "significantly ahead" of the 10-year average in terms of the number of fires and the area that has been scorched so far this year, says the director of fire centre operations at the BC Wildfire Service.
The Squamish race to find out who is best in bed is back

The Squamish race to find out who is best in bed is back

The beloved decades-long Squamish Days Loggers Sports Festival tradition is making a comeback on Friday.
Unseasonable heat returns to British Columbia and the Prairies

Unseasonable heat returns to British Columbia and the Prairies

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is encouraging people to take precautions as Environment Canada forecasts the return of unseasonably hot temperatures.
Surrey council turfs non-profit housing, approves four condo towers

Surrey council turfs non-profit housing, approves four condo towers

Density A.O.K. in city centre; not so much in South Surrey for non-profit
Salmon getting through Fraser River slide zone as officials ponder permanent fix

Salmon getting through Fraser River slide zone as officials ponder permanent fix

VANCOUVER — Officials say thousands of migrating salmon are making their way past an area of British Columbia's Fraser River where a waterway was restructured following a massive rock slide more than two years ago.
Reported hate crimes jump 37% in Canada in pandemic’s first year

Reported hate crimes jump 37% in Canada in pandemic’s first year

Biggest increase targets Indigenous people, with a jump of 152%
B.C. kicks off COVID campaign to boost vaccination

B.C. kicks off COVID campaign to boost vaccination

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has kicked off a new COVID-19 vaccination campaign to encourage as many people as possible over the next two weeks to get immunized at places that are convenient, like beaches and summer camps.