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Deer found to be infected with COVID-19 in Quebec; no cases so far in B.C.

Deer found to be infected with COVID-19 in Quebec; no cases so far in B.C.

The most recent research shows COVID-19 remains primarily a disease spread from human to human and the risk of transmission from deer to humans in Canada is considered low.
The passing of Bill 22 erodes democracy in B.C., critics say

The passing of Bill 22 erodes democracy in B.C., critics say

Critics of B.C.'s new provincial $10 FOI request fee say the charge will be picked up by other levels of government and harm democratic government transparency
'This storm is not over': With more rain coming, British Columbians evacuate

'This storm is not over': With more rain coming, British Columbians evacuate

Flooding could be made worse by another 40 to 50 mm Wednesday afternoon as record alpine temperatures accelerate snowmelt and threaten B.C.'s South Coast
Disabled man alleges bloodied assault involving five Vancouver cops

Disabled man alleges bloodied assault involving five Vancouver cops

A disabled Vancouver man is disputing the Vancouver Police Department's version of his June arrest
UBC researchers determine bigger gap better for mRNA COVID-19 vaccines

UBC researchers determine bigger gap better for mRNA COVID-19 vaccines

They found a seven-week gap was better than a four-week gap
Fan meets actress Katherine Heigl in Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Fan meets actress Katherine Heigl in Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS)

"She's really nice," he commented. 
Oregon man arrested in California for allegedly coercing Metro Vancouver teen

Oregon man arrested in California for allegedly coercing Metro Vancouver teen

The American Department of Homeland Security was called in to help with an incident involving a teen from Surrey.
Here's how a Tiger Dam is preventing more flooding in Abbotsford (VIDEO)

Here's how a Tiger Dam is preventing more flooding in Abbotsford (VIDEO)

The custom-made water-filled tubes act as flood barriers.
B.C man who bilked childhood friend for $500K wins appeal—sort of

B.C man who bilked childhood friend for $500K wins appeal—sort of

A Surrey man convicted of defrauding a childhood friend and his wife of $500,000 has won an appeal of his conviction but only as far as having the restitution cut to $250,000.
4.1 kilograms of meth hidden behind painting seized in Canada-Australia case

4.1 kilograms of meth hidden behind painting seized in Canada-Australia case

An Australian man faces drug charges after Canada Border Services Agency officials found 4.1kg of methamphetamine in a package allegedly destined for the man's home