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Families struggle as COVID-19 cases mount in North Vancouver care centre

Families struggle as COVID-19 cases mount in North Vancouver care centre

The Lynn Valley Care Centre is ground zero for B.C.'s coronavirus battle, with 36 elderly residents now diagnosed with COVID-19. Eight of them have died.
Port Moody cyclist wins $1-million payout for Vancouver accident

Port Moody cyclist wins $1-million payout for Vancouver accident

Military veteran Linh Dinh Lai was incredibly fit and active when he was injured after being forced to dive off his bicycle to avoid a collision with an SUV.
As if COVID-19 isn’t enough, now we’re being warned about giant hornets

As if COVID-19 isn’t enough, now we’re being warned about giant hornets

The B.C. government wants residents to report sightings of this invasive species deadly to honey bees
Surrey is looking for empty warehouses to use as hospital space

Surrey is looking for empty warehouses to use as hospital space

Despite patchwork of municipal responses to COVID-19, the message from B.C.'s Provincial Health Officer is clear: avoid other people.
B.C. teachers still don't know what to expect after spring break

B.C. teachers still don't know what to expect after spring break

It's unclear when school will be back in session again

B.C. provincial health officer assures health-care workers in COVID-19 fight

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's provincial health officer offered support Friday to health-care workers in the province that has the highest number of COVID-19 cases, saying there are enough supplies for them to safely do their jobs. Dr.
Safety, equipment levels a concern should COVID-19 cases rise: B.C. Nurses' Union president

Safety, equipment levels a concern should COVID-19 cases rise: B.C. Nurses' Union president

Currently, there are “adequate” supplies and enough personal protective equipment available in acute care facilities
B.C. couple who bought entire store's meat section says they're living in fear now

B.C. couple who bought entire store's meat section says they're living in fear now

"I'm not feeling safe, and me and my girlfriend are scared."
COVID-19 test device sales expedited in Canada as WHO stresses ‘test, test, test’

COVID-19 test device sales expedited in Canada as WHO stresses ‘test, test, test’

"You cannot fight a fire blindfolded. And we cannot stop this pandemic if we don’t know who is infected."

British Columbia records eighth death from COVID-19, cases climb to 271

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has recorded an eighth death from COVID-19 as the number of infections climbs to 271 cases.