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University of British Columbia director resigns after holiday trip amid pandemic

University of British Columbia director resigns after holiday trip amid pandemic

VANCOUVER — The director of the University of British Columbia's school of population and public health has resigned after apologizing for taking a holiday trip during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BC/49 lotto ticket sold in Prince George wins $75K for New Brunswick man

BC/49 lotto ticket sold in Prince George wins $75K for New Brunswick man

Jeremy Ross filled up gas at Day & Night Store off Highway 16
A cafe helping people in need says pay what you can

A cafe helping people in need says pay what you can

BC SCPA launches petition to end international trade of exotic birds, wild animals

BC SCPA launches petition to end international trade of exotic birds, wild animals

One toucan was found dead and several birds were without food at Vancouver International Airport last month
West Coast First Nations strike agreement to protect sacred cultural cedars

West Coast First Nations strike agreement to protect sacred cultural cedars

Canada's Pfizer vaccine deliveries reduced 'for short period'

Canada's Pfizer vaccine deliveries reduced 'for short period'

Ottawa believes Pfizer will ultimately deliver committed doses by end of March
15% interim rate drop OK'd for ICBC basic insurance

15% interim rate drop OK'd for ICBC basic insurance

New Netflix scam puts consumers at risk of identity theft: BBB

New Netflix scam puts consumers at risk of identity theft: BBB

The Better Business Bureau says it has received more than 100 reports of the scam through its scam tracker
Prince George MLA, Interim Liberal leader urging B.C. to tap into COVID-19 rapid-test stockpile for care-home use

Prince George MLA, Interim Liberal leader urging B.C. to tap into COVID-19 rapid-test stockpile for care-home use

B.C. reports first case of South African COVID-19 strain, four now from the U.K.

B.C. reports first case of South African COVID-19 strain, four now from the U.K.

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer expressed concern as she reported the first South African strain of COVID-19 uncovered in the province. Dr.