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B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

The province and the Canadian Red Cross have teamed up to provide financial relief to Lytton wildfire evacuees and other British Columbians forced to evacuate for 10 days or more.

B.C. reports 243 new cases of COVID-19 with more than half in Interior Health

VICTORIA — B.C. is reporting 243 new cases of COVID-19, pushing the number of active cases to 1,231. Data from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control show that's the highest daily case count since late May.
Copyright royalty collector can’t enforce licences: court

Copyright royalty collector can’t enforce licences: court

Licensing organizations will need to work harder to gain customers, lawyers say.
Pollution expert aims to create 'water champions'

Pollution expert aims to create 'water champions'

Chemicals in our water are creating an 'invisible crisis,' says Dr. Peter Ross, a pollution expert who recently joined the Raincoast Conservation Foundation
YVR to receive funding boost from federal government to help pandemic recovery

YVR to receive funding boost from federal government to help pandemic recovery

The funding comes from the federal government's Airport Critical Infrastructure Fund
YVR no longer separates passengers based on COVID-19 vaccination status

YVR no longer separates passengers based on COVID-19 vaccination status

YVR is no longer implement dual lines at customs, an initiative it said was meant to "streamline the border clearance process."
Judge upholds constitutionality of freeze orders on Bridgemark Group

Judge upholds constitutionality of freeze orders on Bridgemark Group

Freeze orders against public market participants not an unreasonable invasion of privacy, BC Supreme Court rules
Dad accused of driving drunk through Burnaby with kids in truck pleads not guilty

Dad accused of driving drunk through Burnaby with kids in truck pleads not guilty

Brendon Patrick Dean, 45, charged with impaired driving, dangerous driving, failing to stop at an accident and driving without a licence
B.C.'s active COVID-19 infections surpass 1,000 with more than half in the Interior

B.C.'s active COVID-19 infections surpass 1,000 with more than half in the Interior

VICTORIA — British Columbia has surpassed 1,000 active cases of COVID-19 as daily infections continue to rise, particularly in parts of the province's southern Interior.
Precipitation, cooler temperatures forecast in Interior

Precipitation, cooler temperatures forecast in Interior

There are 62 evacuation orders in effect across the province.