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COVID-19: B.C.’s vax rollout for kids five to 11 begins Monday

COVID-19: B.C.’s vax rollout for kids five to 11 begins Monday

Children won’t be fully immunized ahead of holidays based on rollout plans.
Up to 80 mm of 'heavy rain' threatens B.C. flood recovery

Up to 80 mm of 'heavy rain' threatens B.C. flood recovery

A special weather statement is in effect for Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, the Sea to Sky corridor and the Sunshine Coast. The storm threatens to complicate ongoing flood recovery efforts.
B.C. reports 1,052 new cases of COVID-19, 10 more deaths

B.C. reports 1,052 new cases of COVID-19, 10 more deaths

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has reported 1,052 new cases of COVID-19 and ten more deaths, pushing the death toll in the province from the novel coronavirus to 2,303.
Vancouver activists target China’s 'genocide games' in call for boycott

Vancouver activists target China’s 'genocide games' in call for boycott

The February 2022 Winter Games are set to take place in China. However, not everyone is in support.
Trans Mountain pipeline likely to be back in operation by end of the week

Trans Mountain pipeline likely to be back in operation by end of the week

It's the longest shutdown in the line's 70-year history.
Air Canada, WestJet step up Vancouver cargo flights

Air Canada, WestJet step up Vancouver cargo flights

Cargo volume in and out of Metro Vancouver has been reduced, as travel is limited on highways because of washouts.
'Natural-disaster hat trick' in Merritt forces Prince George resident to flee

'Natural-disaster hat trick' in Merritt forces Prince George resident to flee

Merritt Centennials forward Blake Astorino of Prince George among thousands of B.C. residents forced to flee flooding
B.C. landlord says tenant used binoculars and a camera to spy in people's apartments

B.C. landlord says tenant used binoculars and a camera to spy in people's apartments

He was also naked several times on the balcony being "odd."
Pumps at full capacity, some evacuation orders lifted: Abbotsford mayor

Pumps at full capacity, some evacuation orders lifted: Abbotsford mayor

Water levels in Sumas Prairie have dropped by seven inches.
Highway 3 reopens after washout east of Manning Park

Highway 3 reopens after washout east of Manning Park

Drivers should expect 'major' delays.
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