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B.C. kicks off COVID campaign to boost vaccination

B.C. kicks off COVID campaign to boost vaccination

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has kicked off a new COVID-19 vaccination campaign to encourage as many people as possible over the next two weeks to get immunized at places that are convenient, like beaches and summer camps.

RCMP probe 'suspicious' wildfires in B.C.'s southern Interior

SALMO, B.C. — The RCMP in British Columbia say they're probing the circumstances around a handful of "suspicious" wildfires sparked in an area of the southern Interior.

Float plane flips over during take off in Tofino, B.C., causing minor injuries

TOFINO, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board says it's assessing information related to a float plane that flipped over while taking off from Tofino, B.C., on Monday.
BC Wildfire Service expecting less wind over the next few days

BC Wildfire Service expecting less wind over the next few days

Province says daily ignition numbers have subsided.

Homicide victim identified as connected to gang conflict by police in Langley, B.C.

LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, B.C. — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has identified the victim found inside a burning truck as being connected to an ongoing gang conflict in British Columbia's Lower Mainland.
Opioid crimes up as COVID-fuelled overdose crisis continues

Opioid crimes up as COVID-fuelled overdose crisis continues

Cannabis crime rate continues drop since 2018 legalization
Million-dollar lotto win helps Metro Vancouver couple plan dream wedding, honeymoon

Million-dollar lotto win helps Metro Vancouver couple plan dream wedding, honeymoon

What a way to start a new chapter of life together!
Reported child pornography offences jump 23% in 2020

Reported child pornography offences jump 23% in 2020

B.C., Vancouver show highest increase in incidents
COVID-19: Province shifting vax strategy to reach those without a dose

COVID-19: Province shifting vax strategy to reach those without a dose

Province to move from mass clinics to mobile, pop-up clinics for vaccinations
B.C. farmers fight to save crops, tourists urged to bring water with them

B.C. farmers fight to save crops, tourists urged to bring water with them

According to the Agriculture Ministry, growers have filed 811 production-insurance claims related to extreme heat.