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B.C. government won't release Telus contract on vaccine appointment call centres

B.C. government won't release Telus contract on vaccine appointment call centres

VICTORIA — British Columbia's premier and health minister refused to directly answer questions Wednesday about the government's contract with Telus, the provider whose call centres for COVID-19 vaccine appointments got off to a chaotic start.
B.C. residents warned of invasive mussel species

B.C. residents warned of invasive mussel species

The tiny mussel species hitches rides on aquarium moss balls.
B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. has now detected 627 cases of mutant strains of the COVID-19 virus.
B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. has now detected 627 cases of mutant strains of the COVID-19 virus.
Will VPD budget battle with Vancouver city council be an annual fight?

Will VPD budget battle with Vancouver city council be an annual fight?

Department forecasts its operating budget to increase by $55 million or more by 2026
Recalled YVR staff to work in vaccine clinics

Recalled YVR staff to work in vaccine clinics

YVR CEO Tamara Vrooman says airport reached partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health
Recalled YVR staff to work in vaccine clinics

Recalled YVR staff to work in vaccine clinics

YVR CEO Tamara Vrooman says airport reached partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health
Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

More British Columbians approve of the job Horgan is doing this quarter over last
High COVID-19 count prompts citywide vaccinations in Prince Rupert, B.C.

High COVID-19 count prompts citywide vaccinations in Prince Rupert, B.C.

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — Health officials say an entire northwestern British Columbia city will be vaccinated over the next three weeks as the community continues to face persistent outbreaks of COVID-19.
People in Metro Vancouver are selling their 'banned' Dr. Seuss books for thousands

People in Metro Vancouver are selling their 'banned' Dr. Seuss books for thousands

The sellers are acutely aware of how the discontinued books’ value will only go up