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COVID-19: B.C. to release maps that show hot spots at community level

COVID-19: B.C. to release maps that show hot spots at community level

So far, the maps have only shown COVID-19 'hot spots' in local health areas, rather than at the community health service area level. 
B.C. introduces sick-pay legislation

B.C. introduces sick-pay legislation

Legislation is meant to bridge gap to federal support
Judge questions release of mentally ill man who threatened to kill doctors

Judge questions release of mentally ill man who threatened to kill doctors

Andrew Agopsowicz was found dead of a suspected drug overdose at 2 a.m. on April 29, less than 12 hours after his release from custody.
‘Freer’ and ‘more normal’ summer possible if 70% of Canadians get first dose: Trudeau

‘Freer’ and ‘more normal’ summer possible if 70% of Canadians get first dose: Trudeau

B.C. has vaccinated 48% of eligible population
‘Freer’ and ‘more normal’ summer possible if 70% of Canadians get first dose: Trudeau

‘Freer’ and ‘more normal’ summer possible if 70% of Canadians get first dose: Trudeau

B.C. has vaccinated 48% of eligible population
All of B.C. will eventually ease out of COVID-19 restrictions at same time: doctor

All of B.C. will eventually ease out of COVID-19 restrictions at same time: doctor

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer says COVID-19 measures will eventually be loosened across the province at the same time despite lower transmission rates in some regions, but case numbers and hospitalizations are still too high
COVID-19 vax plan for B.C. children to be presented in coming days

COVID-19 vax plan for B.C. children to be presented in coming days

Regulators approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine for children 12-15 last week
Vaccine update: COVID-19 vax plan for B.C. children to be presented in coming days

Vaccine update: COVID-19 vax plan for B.C. children to be presented in coming days

Regulators approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine for children 12-15 last week
Amy Adams set to star in film based on UBC professor's memoir

Amy Adams set to star in film based on UBC professor's memoir

Suzanne Simard is known for her work around Mother Trees.
B.C.'s 2021 Good Citizenship medal to honour civilian efforts during COVID-19

B.C.'s 2021 Good Citizenship medal to honour civilian efforts during COVID-19

Do you know someone deserving of the annual award?