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'Writing's been on the wall for months': High school basketball championships cancelled

'Writing's been on the wall for months': High school basketball championships cancelled

BC School Sports has officially cancelled championships for winter sports because of COVID-19 public health restrictions. Some coaches say they're not surprised.
Meet the most adorable explosive detection pooches in Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Meet the most adorable explosive detection pooches in Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Always ask before petting any working dog.
Delta war veteran beats COVID-19 odds

Delta war veteran beats COVID-19 odds

Tsawwassen resident will celebrate his 97th birthday Saturday
Learning to live with coyotes in Vancouver (VIDEO)

Learning to live with coyotes in Vancouver (VIDEO)

Don't freak out if you're followed by a coyote.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. drop to 11-week low

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. drop to 11-week low

Six more people have died from COVID-19, raising B.C.'s death toll from the pandemic to 1,246.
Man accused of cyberbullying Amanda Todd extradited to face charges in B.C.

Man accused of cyberbullying Amanda Todd extradited to face charges in B.C.

On Friday, the BC Prosecution Service confirmed the man was transferred to B.C., where he remains in custody and faces five charges, including extortion, two counts of possession of child pornography, communication with a young person to commit a sexual offence and criminal harassment.
Here are all the prohibited weapons people tried to sneak into B.C. last year

Here are all the prohibited weapons people tried to sneak into B.C. last year

The Canada Border Services Agency seized 31,276 prohibited weapons in B.C. last year
Employment data shows B.C. resilient, says minister, but Liberals unimpressed

Employment data shows B.C. resilient, says minister, but Liberals unimpressed

VICTORIA — British Columbia's jobs minister says the latest employment numbers from Statistics Canada show the provincial economy remains resilient. The unemployment rate in B.C. last month was eight per cent, up from 7.2 per cent in December.
Racism in B.C.'s health care Is taking a terrible toll on Indigenous people, report finds

Racism in B.C.'s health care Is taking a terrible toll on Indigenous people, report finds

B.C. extends restrictions on gatherings and events

B.C. extends restrictions on gatherings and events

Orders may be revisited if data shows a reduction in the spread of the COVID-19 virus