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Coronavirus tracked in human waste

Coronavirus tracked in human waste

Researchers find COVID-19 concentrations in sewage in high case areas
Vancouver could get $20 million to clean rainwater, prevent flooding

Vancouver could get $20 million to clean rainwater, prevent flooding

The $20 million from Ottawa would be used to meet Vancouver's ambitious target of filtering 90 per cent of all rain falling on the city by 2050.
Heat warning returns to 8 B.C. regions

Heat warning returns to 8 B.C. regions

Beyond the rising temperatures, wildfires have led to special air quality statements in 22 regions across B.C. due to smoky skies.  
Prep begins for Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension project

Prep begins for Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension project

Pre-construction follows Trudeau’s commitment of $1.3 billion for project
Taser, bean bag gun needed to stop man linked to sword attack in Vancouver: police

Taser, bean bag gun needed to stop man linked to sword attack in Vancouver: police

VANCOUVER — Two people have been treated in hospital for life-threatening injuries in what Vancouver police say started with one man attacking another with a sword.
B.C. announces $860.8M for Richmond Hospital upgrade

B.C. announces $860.8M for Richmond Hospital upgrade

The new acute care tower is expected to be ready for patients in 2028
25 to 30 Sei whales spotted off Vancouver Island, not seen in such numbers for decades

25 to 30 Sei whales spotted off Vancouver Island, not seen in such numbers for decades

'Simply astounding and yes, I cried, just a quiet little bit'
About 160 unmarked graves found at Penelakut Island residential school site, tribe says

About 160 unmarked graves found at Penelakut Island residential school site, tribe says

The school opened in 1889 and was run by the Catholic Church.
5 dead in Kelowna crane collapse, one body still unrecovered

5 dead in Kelowna crane collapse, one body still unrecovered

'Yesterday was a tragic day,' says Kelowna RCMP Insp. Adam MacIntosh.
Tonnes of oil, diesel pumped from leaking B.C. shipwreck 53 years after sinking

Tonnes of oil, diesel pumped from leaking B.C. shipwreck 53 years after sinking

The 147-metre cargo ship went down in Nootka Sound in 1968.
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