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New COVID-19 variants raise questions about B.C. school safety

New COVID-19 variants raise questions about B.C. school safety

Garibaldi Secondary School case has turned up the heat on calls for mask mandate, rapid testing. But what does Dr. Bonnie Henry say?
North Van hit-and-run victim's father speaks out

North Van hit-and-run victim's father speaks out

RCMP still seeking witnesses and dashcam footage
Traveller COVID isolation centres were in plans last fall, may last two years

Traveller COVID isolation centres were in plans last fall, may last two years

Trudeau announced $2,000 hotel stays, site expansion possible nationally
Update: Canada Line workers hold off on strike, negotiations continue Tuesday

Update: Canada Line workers hold off on strike, negotiations continue Tuesday

The workers' union returned to the negotiating table on Monday morning.
200 to be hired to deal with dangerous invasive species

200 to be hired to deal with dangerous invasive species

Some of these plants are downright dangerous
One dead, two injured in 'mudslide' accident at Interior mine

One dead, two injured in 'mudslide' accident at Interior mine

Talks between Canada Line staff, employer continue Monday after strike notice expires

VANCOUVER — A union representing Canada Line transit workers in Metro Vancouver says talks continued Monday evening after a 72-hour strike notice served Friday expired. A statement from the B.C.
British Columbia has 18 cases of U.K., South African COVID-19 variants

British Columbia has 18 cases of U.K., South African COVID-19 variants

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says she's concerned about the growing number of cases of COVID-19 variants in the province, with one prompting large-scale testing at a high school.
UBC law students scolded for planning to snitch on peers who allegedly broke COVID-19 rules

UBC law students scolded for planning to snitch on peers who allegedly broke COVID-19 rules

"Collecting and sharing your peers’ personal information without their express permission crosses both ethical and professional boundaries."
Pace of B.C. vaccinations facing a 'bit of a pause' as supply issues persist

Pace of B.C. vaccinations facing a 'bit of a pause' as supply issues persist

B.C. provincial health officer optimistic supply issues will subside by month's end