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B.C. pauses early COVID-19 vaccinations for essential workers ‘for now’

B.C. pauses early COVID-19 vaccinations for essential workers ‘for now’

Suspension comes amid uncertainty over status of AstraZeneca vaccine
B.C. confirms 832 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 100,880

B.C. confirms 832 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 100,880

There have been five new COVID-19 related deaths
B.C. adds three more Vancouver hotels to housing stock for homeless

B.C. adds three more Vancouver hotels to housing stock for homeless

VANCOUVER — The B.C. government has purchased three more hotels to help house the homeless in Vancouver.
Workers can't get fired now for taking time off to vaccinate, says B.C. government

Workers can't get fired now for taking time off to vaccinate, says B.C. government

Canada's largest private-sector union says new rules don't go far enough and workers shouldn't lose pay to get vaccinated
Surrey police: How it started and how it’s going

Surrey police: How it started and how it’s going

A historic transition from Surrey RCMP to the Surrey Police Service has come under political fire but the new SPS chief says delays will be smoothed over by 2024
McBride’s Tammy Manning claims $13M Lotto Max prize

McBride’s Tammy Manning claims $13M Lotto Max prize

She was the ‘Prince George-Mt. Robson’ area ticket winner from March 19, 2021
WHL taps Vancouver smartphone tech for four-second COVID tests

WHL taps Vancouver smartphone tech for four-second COVID tests

Eight-week study will see how Light AI’s app stacks up vs. PCR tests in the hockey league
Keto the cat recovering after losing eye in pellet gun shooting

Keto the cat recovering after losing eye in pellet gun shooting

An eight-month-old cat named Keto is recovering in a foster home on the Sunshine Coast after he was shot with a pellet gun.
B.C. expands local overdose supports to rural, remote and Indigenous communities

B.C. expands local overdose supports to rural, remote and Indigenous communities

VICTORIA — Expanded supports for local overdose response and awareness for people living in rural, remote and Indigenous communities have been announced by the B.C. government.
'This is my truth': Allegations of sexual assault mount against former real estate agents

'This is my truth': Allegations of sexual assault mount against former real estate agents

Shocking and disturbing allegations are surfacing online by multiple women claiming they were allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted by men in Victoria who were at the time working as real estate agents.