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Man injured after vehicle plunges nine metres off BC Ferries ramp to pavement

DELTA, B.C. — A man has critical injuries after the vehicle he was driving plunged about nine metres from a BC Ferries exit ramp to the pavement below.
B.C. sets record for COVID-19 patients in hospital, ICU, and deaths in a day

B.C. sets record for COVID-19 patients in hospital, ICU, and deaths in a day

There have been 58 COVID-19-related deaths in the past four days
Car plummets off ramp at Tsawwassen ferry terminal

Car plummets off ramp at Tsawwassen ferry terminal

One person was injured in a scary crash at the BC Ferry terminal in Tsawwassen Tuesday afternoon.
New restaurant offering ‘masterful’ pizza opening in New Westminster

New restaurant offering ‘masterful’ pizza opening in New Westminster

"My pizzas are made with simplicity and integrity - I think they will present a whole new experience for those who try them," says the owner.
New Westminster man finds dude sleeping in his truck, ‘scuffle’ ensues

New Westminster man finds dude sleeping in his truck, ‘scuffle’ ensues

What would you do if you found someone sleeping in your vehicle?
B.C. Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

B.C. Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

However, the premier's approval rating has dropped five points since the survey was last conducted.
Report finds systemic racism in B.C.'s health care system, but no evidence of alcohol 'game'

Report finds systemic racism in B.C.'s health care system, but no evidence of alcohol 'game'

The newly-released report makes 24 recommendations for B.C.'s healthcare system
Kash Heed Tapes: RCMP an ‘unethical’ network; Attorney General questioned

Kash Heed Tapes: RCMP an ‘unethical’ network; Attorney General questioned

Dirty Money report author Peter German questioned on perceived conflict of interest by former B.C. Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Kash Heed
Change made to insurance for B.C. condo owners amid rising premiums

Change made to insurance for B.C. condo owners amid rising premiums

VICTORIA — Insurance companies in British Columbia have agreed to end a pricing practice that has been identified as one of the key factors in skyrocketing property insurance premiums for condominiums. Earlier this year, the B.C.
Smuggler’s Inn people smuggling charges challenged

Smuggler’s Inn people smuggling charges challenged

Judge declares section of immigration act constitutionally invalid