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B.C. First Nation faces COVID-19 outbreak; community leaders issue racism warnings

B.C. First Nation faces COVID-19 outbreak; community leaders issue racism warnings

VICTORIA — A First Nations community on Vancouver Island hard hit by COVID-19 is facing intolerance from some members of the surrounding community while it fights to contain the outbreak.
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. keep falling, as new vaccinations slow down

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. keep falling, as new vaccinations slow down

Only 2,392 new vaccinations have been provided in the past two days, according to the government
Watch this curious seal check out a diver in Metro Vancouver waters (VIDEO)

Watch this curious seal check out a diver in Metro Vancouver waters (VIDEO)

Did it wave its flipper at the end?

B.C. watchdog investigates police shooting where man hurt in Chilliwack

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — The B.C. police watchdog is investigating an RCMP-involved shooting that sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries in the Fraser Valley.
Homeless woman OK after man tries to set her blankets ablaze in Vancouver: police

Homeless woman OK after man tries to set her blankets ablaze in Vancouver: police

VANCOUVER — A homeless woman is unhurt but police want to catch the man who tried to set her blankets on fire as she slept on a Vancouver street.

B.C. government says land matching program reaches milestone of 100 farmers

VICTORIA — The B.C. government says its land matching program, linking farmers to landowners, has reached a milestone with more than 100 connections.
Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Special report: Restaurants, hotels, destinations and other ventures suffer severe business losses

Federal funds for new SFU centre to help Metro Vancouver cut carbon emissions

VANCOUVER — A new centre at Simon Fraser University will help cities across Metro Vancouver develop solutions on urban climate change and to reach goals for reducing carbon pollution.
Massive turbines trucked toward B.C.'s Site C dam in wide, slow convoy

Massive turbines trucked toward B.C.'s Site C dam in wide, slow convoy

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Two massive sections of turbine for the Site C hydroelectric project in British Columbia are being trucked slowly toward the dam and have reached Prince George.
British Columbians can now book Service BC appointments online

British Columbians can now book Service BC appointments online

Through Service BC, people can access programs and services offered by the B.C. government