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B.C. premier 'alarmed' by systemic racism allegations, promises anti-racism law

B.C. premier 'alarmed' by systemic racism allegations, promises anti-racism law

VICTORIA — British Columbia's premier says the government is working on anti-racism legislation that may be introduced this year. John Horgan also said Wednesday he was "alarmed" to hear allegations of racism at the Royal B.C.
No B.C. travel ban yet, but province still looking at plans: premier

No B.C. travel ban yet, but province still looking at plans: premier

John Horgan is encouraging people from other provinces to stay away.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. return to multi-month low

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. return to multi-month low

Six more British Columbians have died of COVID-19, raising the province's death toll to 1,269.
Horgan urges B.C. residents to help seniors register for vaccines

Horgan urges B.C. residents to help seniors register for vaccines

Premier says he had hoped province would be further along in vaccine rollout by now
Surrey residents making Indigenous land acknowledgments after council rejects motion

Surrey residents making Indigenous land acknowledgments after council rejects motion

Ethical considerations dominate Surrey council meeting Feb. 8
Pandemic forces cancellation of Vancouver’s homeless count

Pandemic forces cancellation of Vancouver’s homeless count

Vancouver has conducted or participated in counts since 2005
Here is how contact tracing slows the spread of COVID-19 in B.C. (INFOGRAPHIC)

Here is how contact tracing slows the spread of COVID-19 in B.C. (INFOGRAPHIC)

"Our contact tracers not only work to track and stop the spread of COVID-19, they are also there to support COVID-19 patients."
One person has died, others injured, in Coquihalla crash

One person has died, others injured, in Coquihalla crash

More than 30 patients are being transported to a nearby warming station in Hope.
Onward and upwards — again — at the Sea to Sky Gondola

Onward and upwards — again — at the Sea to Sky Gondola

New cable has arrived after the previous gondola cable was cut in September.

Road conditions a factor in deadly crash that also injured people near Hope, B.C.

HOPE, B.C. — One person has died and RCMP say there is an "undetermined number" of injuries in a crash just outside Hope, B.C. Cpl. Mike Halskov with RCMP Traffic Services says the multi-vehicle crash happened just before 10 a.m.