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BC CDC releases helpful poster for those carpooling during the pandemic

BC CDC releases helpful poster for those carpooling during the pandemic

Wearing a mask, washing your hands and physical distancing as best you can are among the tips
UPDATE: First Nation man fatally shot by Tofino RCMP officer

UPDATE: First Nation man fatally shot by Tofino RCMP officer

RCMP say an interaction took place and a man was shot after they were called to a Opitsaht First Nation residence near Tofino.
Vancouver mother raises over $250k to save daughter from extremely rare disease

Vancouver mother raises over $250k to save daughter from extremely rare disease

Her daughter’s bravery has been captured in a touching fundraising video
Metro Vancouver mom turns to GoFundMe after pricey U.S. cancer drug hailed as 'her last hope'

Metro Vancouver mom turns to GoFundMe after pricey U.S. cancer drug hailed as 'her last hope'

More than $180,000 raised so far for Bree Jordan's fight against aggressive breast cancer
COVID-19 variants could ruin B.C. Spring Break plans: Dr. Henry

COVID-19 variants could ruin B.C. Spring Break plans: Dr. Henry

People being urged to stay local
'It was absolutely magical': Woman spots pod of orcas while hiking

'It was absolutely magical': Woman spots pod of orcas while hiking

A woman and her father were hiking on a popular Vancouver Island trail when they spotted a group of killer whales in the water.
B.C. records 589 new cases of COVID-19 as officials welcome new vaccine approvals

B.C. records 589 new cases of COVID-19 as officials welcome new vaccine approvals

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say the federal government's approval of two new vaccines is encouraging news and one more layer of protection to help get the province through the pandemic. Provincial health officer Dr.
Number of British Columbians monitored for COVID-19 rises to seven-week high

Number of British Columbians monitored for COVID-19 rises to seven-week high

Seven more COVID-19-related deaths brings death toll from virus in B.C. to 1,355.
Discrimination case costs Vancouver coffee bar owner $4,000

Discrimination case costs Vancouver coffee bar owner $4,000

Owner allegedly said she didn’t want “you Arabs” in Commercial Drive shop.
B.C. society against medical assistance in dying gets final notice to vacate property

B.C. society against medical assistance in dying gets final notice to vacate property

DELTA, B.C. — A provincially funded society that refused to provide medical assistance in dying has been issued a final notice about its breach of a lease at a facility in Delta, B.C. Fraser Health says it has ended its $1.