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Surrey borrows $150m for three recreation centres

Surrey borrows $150m for three recreation centres

Short on reserves and having already hiked residential property taxes 10.7% this year, on average, the City of Surrey takes advantage of rock-bottom interest rates
B.C. puts $2B toward low-interest loans for builders of affordable housing

B.C. puts $2B toward low-interest loans for builders of affordable housing

VICTORIA — The B.C. government is investing $2 billion in a low-interest loan program for builders of affordable housing.
B.C. has seen more 40-59 year olds hospitalized with COVID-19 in recent weeks

B.C. has seen more 40-59 year olds hospitalized with COVID-19 in recent weeks

More than 60 per cent of all new COVID-19 cases in British Columbia are now a variant of concern.
'There's no margin for error right now': Dr. Bonnie Henry outlines importance of COVID-19 restrictions

'There's no margin for error right now': Dr. Bonnie Henry outlines importance of COVID-19 restrictions

"Travelling is what spreads the virus." 
Vaccinations for all B.C. first responders coming in ‘next few weeks’

Vaccinations for all B.C. first responders coming in ‘next few weeks’

Vaccinations will be based on first responders’ work location
Suspect charged after woman brazenly followed while walking in Vancouver

Suspect charged after woman brazenly followed while walking in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Police say a criminal charge has been laid in connection with a case involving a man who followed a woman for many blocks as she walked through downtown Vancouver. Const.
Climate action disruptors set to walk through Richmond and Massey Tunnel

Climate action disruptors set to walk through Richmond and Massey Tunnel

Major disruptions are expected Friday and Saturday when Extinction Rebellion's protest walks through the streets of Vancouver, Richmond, the Massey Tunnel and Delta.
Prioritize YVR and other border officers in vaccine rollout: CBSA union

Prioritize YVR and other border officers in vaccine rollout: CBSA union

CBSA officers should be prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the union
CBSA seizes $3.5 million worth of cocaine bricks hidden in personal care products

CBSA seizes $3.5 million worth of cocaine bricks hidden in personal care products

The suspected cocaine was found in a commercial tractor-trailer
A mother speaks out amid bid to decriminalize personal drug use in B.C.

A mother speaks out amid bid to decriminalize personal drug use in B.C.

Thomas Poulson died of an overdose in April 2020, at 26 years old. He was a class clown who made friends easily and loved playing hockey, piano, guitar and the drums.