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Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on concerts in the fall in B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on concerts in the fall in B.C.

Will the show go on?
Substance found at park in Richmond, B.C., is from beetles, RCMP say

Substance found at park in Richmond, B.C., is from beetles, RCMP say

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Mounties say a previously unknown substance found at the base of trees at a park in Richmond, B.C., is related to a beetle infestation.
New Westminster-Burnaby MP Peter Julian takes aim at hate symbols and hate crimes

New Westminster-Burnaby MP Peter Julian takes aim at hate symbols and hate crimes

Nazi and the Ku Klux Klan items among those targeted in private member's bill

Elections BC approves petition towards referendum vote on Surrey policing choice

SURREY, B.C. — Elections BC has approved a petition launched by the widow of a murder victim that could set off a binding referendum over policing in Surrey, B.C.
B.C.'s Moderna supply ramping up as Pfizer faces 'upcoming challenges'

B.C.'s Moderna supply ramping up as Pfizer faces 'upcoming challenges'

Pfizer doses expected to plunge in early July
Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

VICTORIA — British Columbia's legal cannabis operators will be allowed to deliver directly to buyers starting on July 15.
Address artificial intelligence threats, politicians told

Address artificial intelligence threats, politicians told

‘We must first ensure trust and transparency’ – privacy commissioner
B.C. to allow private cannabis retailers to deliver products to customers

B.C. to allow private cannabis retailers to deliver products to customers

Since 2018, the B.C. government has completed security screening on more than 7,000 prospective cannabis workers and it has not found any significant risk of links to organized crime, according to the government. 
Caulfeild Safeway reopens after bomb-sniffing dogs check store

Caulfeild Safeway reopens after bomb-sniffing dogs check store

Bomb threat reported after staff overheard conversation between customers, police said
Couple gifts $500 to every Grade 12 student in this B.C. school district

Couple gifts $500 to every Grade 12 student in this B.C. school district

Donors ask students to use funds 'where you see fit'