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Family of man missing in B.C. marks second anniversary with information appeal

Family of man missing in B.C. marks second anniversary with information appeal

MERRITT, B.C. — Family members of a man missing in British Columbia's southern Interior are appealing for information on the second anniversary of his disappearance.
Feds pressed on ongoing vaccine shortages as EU floats export controls

Feds pressed on ongoing vaccine shortages as EU floats export controls

Vaccine deliveries to B.C. for next week have been 'dramatically reduced'
ICBC promotes online tool to save insurance costs

ICBC promotes online tool to save insurance costs

When the program comes into effect May 1, customers purchasing basic and optional insurance will save 20% on average, according to ICBC
Growing flocks of Canada geese in Vernon, B.C., prompt city council to approve a cull

Growing flocks of Canada geese in Vernon, B.C., prompt city council to approve a cull

VERNON, B.C. — Non-native, resident Canada geese in British Columbia's north Okanagan have overstayed their welcome and Vernon council has voted in favour of a cull.
Is there a Biden business bump for B.C. investors?

Is there a Biden business bump for B.C. investors?

Renewable energy, cannabis and infrastructure sectors poised for growth now that U.S. government is controlled by Democrats
Cougar euthanized in B.C. after severely mauling a man north of Vancouver

Cougar euthanized in B.C. after severely mauling a man north of Vancouver

WHISTLER, B.C. — A cougar has attacked and severely mauled a man in British Columbia.
Ex-lottery VP says Eby 'disinterested' in corporation's anti-money laundering efforts

Ex-lottery VP says Eby 'disinterested' in corporation's anti-money laundering efforts

VANCOUVER — Attorney General David Eby appeared "disinterested" during an anti-money laundering briefing by top British Columbia Lottery Corp.
B.C. to stretch second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to day 42 amid production delay

B.C. to stretch second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to day 42 amid production delay

VICTORIA — British Columbia is extending the interval between the two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, the province's top doctor said Monday. Dr.
B.C. to delay second COVID-19 vaccine doses by one week amid supply shortages

B.C. to delay second COVID-19 vaccine doses by one week amid supply shortages

Province also reveals 56 reports of adverse responses to vaccine
Great Canadian Gaming CEO resigns after accusations of vaccine queue-jumping

Great Canadian Gaming CEO resigns after accusations of vaccine queue-jumping