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'Queue jumpers' not welcome in B.C. as COVID-19 U.S. cases rise: B.C. premier

RICHMOND, B.C. — Premier John Horgan says Americans travelling through British Columbia on their way to Alaska or returning home should not stop in the province while COVID-19 cases continue rising in the United States.
Ten Vancouver parks proposed for people to legally drink alcohol

Ten Vancouver parks proposed for people to legally drink alcohol

Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park among sites as part of three-month trial that needs park board approval
B.C. road checks focusing on impaired drivers in July

B.C. road checks focusing on impaired drivers in July

Police will be setting up more road checks to make sure impaired drivers are kept off the roads this month
RCMP Commander offers apology to B.C. student assaulted during wellness check (VIDEO)

RCMP Commander offers apology to B.C. student assaulted during wellness check (VIDEO)

The RCMP Southeast District Commander said he wants to see a nurse paired with an officer for every single mental health call
B.C. ups July climate action tax credit for residents

B.C. ups July climate action tax credit for residents

The one-time boost will be applied to July's federal GST/HST disbursement
This comprehensive skills training program sets up youth for sustainable careers in the technical and trades fields

This comprehensive skills training program sets up youth for sustainable careers in the technical and trades fields

Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society’s youth employment programs support those between the ages of 17 to 29 in finding meaningful and lasting employment opportunities.
Corey Hirsch advocates for mental health awareness by sharing his personal struggles to shatter stigmas

Corey Hirsch advocates for mental health awareness by sharing his personal struggles to shatter stigmas

Corey Hirsch is the 2020 Courage to Come Back award recipient in the Mental Health category.
Supreme Court dismisses Indigenous appeal of Trans Mountain pipeline approval

Supreme Court dismisses Indigenous appeal of Trans Mountain pipeline approval

The court has dismissed the appeal from the Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, the Ts’elxwéyeqw Tribes and Coldwater Indian Band

Rivers in southeast region of B.C. expected to rise rapidly as rains continue

VICTORIA — British Columbia's River Forecast Centre is issuing a high streamflow advisory for the southeast region of the province.
Canada Day celebrations held in cars at Vancouver's Pacific National Exhibition

Canada Day celebrations held in cars at Vancouver's Pacific National Exhibition

VANCOUVER — Organizers at the Pacific National Exhibition hosted a live parade on Canada Day, but with a twist. Spokeswoman Laura Ballance says it was a "reverse parade" where people stayed in their cars and the route was stationary.