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B.C. reports three new COVID-19 deaths as mask mandate is lifted

B.C. reports three new COVID-19 deaths as mask mandate is lifted

VICTORIA — British Columbia has recorded three more deaths related to COVID-19 for a total of 2,935 fatalities since the pandemic began.
Hospital director granted discretion in potential overnight leave for Schoenborn

Hospital director granted discretion in potential overnight leave for Schoenborn

COQUITLAM, B.C.
Vancouver tennis coach moved $7 million through Marshall Islands: US SEC

Vancouver tennis coach moved $7 million through Marshall Islands: US SEC

A West Vancouver man accused of being the "mastermind" of an offshore shell scheme allegedly used his wife's Vancouver tennis coach to siphon funds, allege U.S. authorities.
B.C. man knocked unconscious after he was hit by an egg thrown from vehicle: RCMP

B.C. man knocked unconscious after he was hit by an egg thrown from vehicle: RCMP

NANAIMO, B.C. — Police say a man who was hit in the head by an egg thrown from a passing car two weeks ago in Nanaimo, B.C., continues to suffer the effects of the blow.
Third engineer disciplined in Mount Polley tailings dam failure

Third engineer disciplined in Mount Polley tailings dam failure

Maximum fine imposed on the senior geotechnical engineer at the B.C. mine
B.C. coroner says January was third-deadliest month for toxic illicit drug deaths

B.C. coroner says January was third-deadliest month for toxic illicit drug deaths

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Coroners Service says at least 207 people died because of toxic illicit drugs in January.
Mountie in Kelowna, B.C., facing obstruction of justice charges

Mountie in Kelowna, B.C., facing obstruction of justice charges

VICTORIA — An RCMP officer is facing charges of obstructing justice in connection with an investigation into allegations of intimate partner violence in 2018 in Lake Country, B.C. The B.C.
Will COVID-19 restrictions come back in the fall? Here's what B.C.'s top doc had to say.

Will COVID-19 restrictions come back in the fall? Here's what B.C.'s top doc had to say.

"We have to be ready to bring some tools back," said Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Canadian and Chinese regulators clear B.C. gold mine sale to Australian firm

Canadian and Chinese regulators clear B.C. gold mine sale to Australian firm

Australia's Newcrest Mining Ltd. takes over Brucejack gold mine in northwestern B.C.; maintains Chinese market with PRC-approval
Why is B.C. dropping so many COVID-19 safety measures? Dr. Bonnie Henry weighs in.

Why is B.C. dropping so many COVID-19 safety measures? Dr. Bonnie Henry weighs in.

People need to take an "empowered self-management approach" as the rules are lifted, says Dr. Bonnie Henry.