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Dr. Henry says B.C. is in second wave of COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Henry says B.C. is in second wave of COVID-19 pandemic

Plus B.C.'s top doc on anti-maskers and COVID deniers: "Though they may be quite visible, we know that the vast majority of people in B.C. are doing the right thing, and they've done that continuously from the beginning." 
'This cannot stand in our neighbourhood': Vancouver man finds swastika on his apartment building

'This cannot stand in our neighbourhood': Vancouver man finds swastika on his apartment building

"I'm worried about what it represents. The people who are making victims of all of us are getting bolder."
Health Canada warns of 'counterfeit' daily hand sanitizer

Health Canada warns of 'counterfeit' daily hand sanitizer

The hand sanitizer is unauthorized and made with an unknown formulation, which means it may not be effective at killing bacteria and viruses, and may pose serious risks to health.
Top doctor says B.C. can control the trajectory of its second wave of COVID-19

Top doctor says B.C. can control the trajectory of its second wave of COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 499 cases of COVID-19 as more than 150 cases were detected each day between Friday and Monday. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says B.C.
B.C. confirms 499 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 11,687

B.C. confirms 499 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 11,687

There has been on new community outbreak at J & L Beef Ltd.
Full 2020 B.C. election results likely to be unknown until well into November

Full 2020 B.C. election results likely to be unknown until well into November

With hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots requested, it could take weeks to get election results finalized

Police in Vancouver investigate the city's 15th homicide of the year

VANCOUVER — Police say they're investigating the 15th homicide of the year in Vancouver after human remains were found in a large recycling bin Sunday morning.
B.C. NDP leader 'disappointed' in high-profile candidate as chiefs call for removal

B.C. NDP leader 'disappointed' in high-profile candidate as chiefs call for removal

VICTORIA — NDP Leader John Horgan says he's disappointed that a former member of Parliament now running for his party made negative comments about a Liberal. Nathan Cullen made the remarks about Roy Jones Jr.
Employee at No Frills store in Langley tests positive for COVID-19

Employee at No Frills store in Langley tests positive for COVID-19

The employee tested positive on Oct. 18 and had last worked a few days prior.
Vancouver drug-user activist says BC Liberals ad ‘weaponizes’ his words

Vancouver drug-user activist says BC Liberals ad ‘weaponizes’ his words

"This is an unbelievably crass approach to an issue that is killing thousands of British Columbians."