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Vancouver Mural Festival’s augmented reality exhibits vandalized (PHOTOS)

Vancouver Mural Festival’s augmented reality exhibits vandalized (PHOTOS)

The damaged exhibits were a part of the festival’s special winter edition
Workers at Safeway and Thrifty Foods stores in Metro Vancouver test positive for COVID-19

Workers at Safeway and Thrifty Foods stores in Metro Vancouver test positive for COVID-19

Workers at stores in Vancouver and North Vancouver among those infected by the virus
BC Ferries cancels morning sailings due to high winds

BC Ferries cancels morning sailings due to high winds

BC Ferries has cancelled Queen of Cowichan's first round trip this morning, with winds of up to 90km/h expected.
B.C. police looking for witnesses to statue beheading, graffiti spree

B.C. police looking for witnesses to statue beheading, graffiti spree

VICTORIA — Police in Victoria are asking for help from the public who may know something about the beheading of a royal statue and a recent rash of graffiti in the city.
Aviation Gin signed by Ryan Reynolds is coming to B.C. liquor stores

Aviation Gin signed by Ryan Reynolds is coming to B.C. liquor stores

Just 100 bottles will be made available across five B.C. liquor stores in a few months
Surrey city council approves 2.3% salary hike for itself

Surrey city council approves 2.3% salary hike for itself

Despite its pandemic pay raise, Surrey council members have lower pay than similar B.C. cities.

Possible miscarriage of justice in woman's conviction in toddler drowning: prosecutor

VICTORIA — A special prosecutor says there may have been a miscarriage of justice when a babysitter was convicted of criminal negligence causing death in the drowning of a toddler in Cranbrook, B.C.
Avalanche warning for backcountry users in North and South Rockies

Avalanche warning for backcountry users in North and South Rockies

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — Avalanche Canada has issued a warning for recreational backcountry users in British Columbia and Alberta, covering the North and South Rockies, the Lizard Range, Flathead and Waterton Lakes National Park.
Concern for rapid COVID-19 spread prevents B.C. from lifting restrictions: Dr. Henry

Concern for rapid COVID-19 spread prevents B.C. from lifting restrictions: Dr. Henry

VICTORIA — British Columbia isn’t at the point where public health restrictions can be lifted with concerns about the potential for the rapid spread of COVID-19, the province’s top doctor says. Dr.
‘Start me up’: Charity wants to put 1,000 public defibrillators across B.C.

‘Start me up’: Charity wants to put 1,000 public defibrillators across B.C.

St. John Ambulance initiative hopes to save more lives from cardiac arrest