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COVID-19 hospitalizations rise in B.C., as do active infections, marking pause in recent headway

COVID-19 hospitalizations rise in B.C., as do active infections, marking pause in recent headway

Four more people have died from the virus across the province, raising the death toll to 1,263.
Developer’s 'dog and pony show' fetches six years in prison

Developer’s 'dog and pony show' fetches six years in prison

Mark John Chandler gets 21 extra months for adding to his rap sheet, following L.A.-based fraud scheme.
COVID-19 active cases drop in three Metro Vancouver jails

COVID-19 active cases drop in three Metro Vancouver jails

Nine inmates test positive in Surrey, Port Coquitlam and Maple Ridge
Developer’s ‘dog and pony show’ fetches six years in prison

Developer’s ‘dog and pony show’ fetches six years in prison

Mark John Chandler gets 21 extra months for adding to his rap sheet, following L.A.-based fraud scheme
B.C. health authority's cybersecurity lacking on medical devices, says audit

B.C. health authority's cybersecurity lacking on medical devices, says audit

VICTORIA — A report by British Columbia's auditor general says thousands of medical devices used to diagnose and treat people lack effective cybersecurity protections.
Vancouver influencer’s trip to Hawaii during pandemic sparks outrage

Vancouver influencer’s trip to Hawaii during pandemic sparks outrage

Vancouverites have expressed their disgust over her reasons for travelling during the pandemic
Mom who abducted children from Hong Kong wins battle to keep them in Burnaby

Mom who abducted children from Hong Kong wins battle to keep them in Burnaby

B.C. Supreme Court decision denying father's bid to get the three children back was "very unusual," says family law lawyer
Prince George woman saves five lives through organ donation after tragic fatal accident

Prince George woman saves five lives through organ donation after tragic fatal accident

Lexi Augustson passed away a week after 21st birthday
10,000 B.C. waterfront workers to receive anti-harassment, anti-violence training

10,000 B.C. waterfront workers to receive anti-harassment, anti-violence training

VANCOUVER — A violence and harassment prevention training program aims to shift what has traditionally been the white, male-dominated culture of British Columbia's waterfront workplaces.
'Holy smokes!': Burnaby couple wins big with Lotto 6/49

'Holy smokes!': Burnaby couple wins big with Lotto 6/49

The draw was held right before Christmas
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