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Police investigate shooting death of man outside downtown Vancouver restaurant

Police investigate shooting death of man outside downtown Vancouver restaurant

Vancouver police say one man was killed in what they believe was a targeted shooting in a downtown neighbourhood. They say there have been no arrests.

B.C. to start registering people 18 years and older for COVID-19 vaccines

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it's inviting people 18 years and older to register for a COVID-19 vaccine over the next week. A Ministry of Health statement Sunday says more than 1.
B.C. finance minister to table historic pandemic-challenged deficit budget

B.C. finance minister to table historic pandemic-challenged deficit budget

VICTORIA — British Columbia's finance minister says her professional training as a family therapist helped her develop the New Democrat government's first budget during the COVID-19 pandemic, which she will table Tuesday.
Delta South MLA says tunnel replacement now 'a bit of a joke'

Delta South MLA says tunnel replacement now 'a bit of a joke'

Delta South MLA Ian Paton described the government’s throne speech as disappointing
B.C. Indigenous nation opposes mineral exploration in culturally sensitive area

B.C. Indigenous nation opposes mineral exploration in culturally sensitive area

VANCOUVER — A mineral exploration company with provincial permits to work in Tahltan territory in northwestern British Columbia is treading on sacred grounds, an elected leader in the nation's government says. Vancouver-based Doubleview Gold Corp.
B.C. health minister says delay in Moderna vaccine 'disappointing'

B.C. health minister says delay in Moderna vaccine 'disappointing'

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister says news that Moderna will be delaying shipments of its COVID-19 vaccine is "disappointing.
Court of Appeal grants partial stay in ruling on B.C. auto injuries

Court of Appeal grants partial stay in ruling on B.C. auto injuries

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Court of Appeal has granted a temporary and partial stay in the legal fight over how drivers in the province can have their accident disputes resolved.
Record year prompts B.C. to increase budget for parks by $83 million over three years

Record year prompts B.C. to increase budget for parks by $83 million over three years

VICTORIA — British Columbia will pump $83 million over three years into its parks for new campsites and to expand trails and accessibility as the province had a record-breaking year for camping reservations last year.
Henry sends mixed messages on outdoor gatherings ahead of hot weekend

Henry sends mixed messages on outdoor gatherings ahead of hot weekend

B.C. provincial health officer has left a public health order allowing up to 10 people to gather outside while stating, 'Even if we can see people outside of our household, we shouldn’t right now.'
2030 B.C. Olympics wouldn’t need government funding: Furlong

2030 B.C. Olympics wouldn’t need government funding: Furlong

2010 Games generated $1 billion in development, Greater Vancouver Board of Trade told.