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B.C. hotels see light at the end of dark COVID-19 tunnel

B.C. hotels see light at the end of dark COVID-19 tunnel

Approximately 80% of British Columbians now feel it's safe to travel to nearby communities.
Adolescents' mental well-being should be a focus of public health, UBC researcher finds

Adolescents' mental well-being should be a focus of public health, UBC researcher finds

Adolescents with worse mental health pre-pandemic actually fared better during the pandemic

Small, out-of-control wildfire prompts evacuation alerts near Lytton, B.C.

LYTTON, B.C. — The BC Wildfire Service says a blaze sparked Wednesday in the Fraser Canyon has charred nearly one square kilometre of bush south of Lytton.
AstraZeneca second dose 'good choice' despite federal guidance: B.C.'s top doctor

AstraZeneca second dose 'good choice' despite federal guidance: B.C.'s top doctor

VICTORIA — There is no wrong choice for a second COVID-19 vaccine dose despite recommendations from a federal panel that people who received Oxford-AstraZeneca first should choose Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna for a second shot, says British Columbia's
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on concerts in the fall in B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on concerts in the fall in B.C.

Will the show go on?
Substance found at park in Richmond, B.C., is from beetles, RCMP say

Substance found at park in Richmond, B.C., is from beetles, RCMP say

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Mounties say a previously unknown substance found at the base of trees at a park in Richmond, B.C., is related to a beetle infestation.

Elections BC approves petition towards referendum vote on Surrey policing choice

SURREY, B.C. — Elections BC has approved a petition launched by the widow of a murder victim that could set off a binding referendum over policing in Surrey, B.C.
B.C.'s Moderna supply ramping up as Pfizer faces 'upcoming challenges'

B.C.'s Moderna supply ramping up as Pfizer faces 'upcoming challenges'

Pfizer doses expected to plunge in early July
Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

VICTORIA — British Columbia's legal cannabis operators will be allowed to deliver directly to buyers starting on July 15.
Address artificial intelligence threats, politicians told

Address artificial intelligence threats, politicians told

‘We must first ensure trust and transparency’ – privacy commissioner