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B.C. capital facing shortage of COVID-19 isolation shelter spots for homeless

B.C. capital facing shortage of COVID-19 isolation shelter spots for homeless

VICTORIA β€” The COVID-19 pandemic has made a bad situation worse for the homeless and housing resources in British Columbia's capital, where shelter spaces are scarce for those who test positive for the virus, the province's housing minister says.
B.C. tenant says she 'felt something crawling on the back of her head'

B.C. tenant says she 'felt something crawling on the back of her head'

She also found flea feces in her bathwater.
B.C. says progress being made following court ruling on First Nation's treaty rights

B.C. says progress being made following court ruling on First Nation's treaty rights

BUICK, B.C. β€” The British Columbia government says it's making progress as it responds to a B.C.
Former Vancouver mayor Philip Owen, force behind Insite clinic, dies at 88

Former Vancouver mayor Philip Owen, force behind Insite clinic, dies at 88

VANCOUVER β€” Former Vancouver mayor Philip Owen, a driving force behind North America's first life-saving supervised drug injection clinic, has died. Owen was 88. A statement from his family says he died peacefully on Sept.
The Weather Network releases October forecast for B.C.

The Weather Network releases October forecast for B.C.

Looks like things might be a tad chilly πŸ₯Ά
Masks now required in B.C. classrooms for all grades

Masks now required in B.C. classrooms for all grades

The order will remain in place for the rest of the school term.
BC Hydro report says residents unaware of best choices when cutting carbon footprint

BC Hydro report says residents unaware of best choices when cutting carbon footprint

VANCOUVER β€” A report from British Columbia's main electricity distributor says many residents are "misinformed" about the most efficient and cost-effective ways to reduce their carbon footprint.
RCMP warn of costly online romance scams

RCMP warn of costly online romance scams

Between January and August 2021, 213 victims across the Lower Mainland lost $22,463,510.
You can get slapped with a $121 fine for not having winter tires on most B.C. highways

You can get slapped with a $121 fine for not having winter tires on most B.C. highways

Winter tires are required on most routes in B.C. starting Oct. 1.
Third B.C. school district issues across-the-board mask mandate for all students

Third B.C. school district issues across-the-board mask mandate for all students

VICTORIA β€” A third school district in British Columbia has announced its own policy extending a provincial mask mandate for kindergarten-to-Grade 3 students starting Monday.