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'It will change my life': $1-million lotto win will help this B.C. woman buy her dream home

'It will change my life': $1-million lotto win will help this B.C. woman buy her dream home

“It’s really exciting and I’m very grateful to be a winner,” says B.C.'s newest millionaire
Dr. Perry Kendall reflects on fifth year of B.C.’s overdose death emergency

Dr. Perry Kendall reflects on fifth year of B.C.’s overdose death emergency

‘COVID has sucked so much oxygen out of the room’
B.C. COVID-19 in-dining restrictions to be extended through to May: industry group

B.C. COVID-19 in-dining restrictions to be extended through to May: industry group

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Restaurants and Food Association says it has been told that current health orders restricting in-person dining will be extended beyond next Monday's deadline. The group says they had a meeting with provincial health officer Dr.
Indoor dining restrictions to be extended across B.C. due to surging COVID-19 cases

Indoor dining restrictions to be extended across B.C. due to surging COVID-19 cases

The new restrictions do not affect restaurants from offering outdoor or patio dining or take-out and delivery services.
Tougher COVID-19 restrictions in B.C., including travel, still 'on the table': Horgan

Tougher COVID-19 restrictions in B.C., including travel, still 'on the table': Horgan

VICTORIA — Further COVID-19 restrictions may be on the way for British Columbia, with the premier suggesting changes could come as early as Thursday.
Tougher travel restrictions ‘on the table’ as B.C. extends state of emergency

Tougher travel restrictions ‘on the table’ as B.C. extends state of emergency

The B.C. government has once again extended its state of emergency as officials contemplate imposing tougher COVID-19 restrictions on the province.
TransLink under fire over service cuts, fare hikes

TransLink under fire over service cuts, fare hikes

Members of Vancouver City council and the Vancouver Parks Board have called on TransLink to rescind a recently approved fare increase and end bus stop cancellations
Surrey slashes red tape for pandemic patio program

Surrey slashes red tape for pandemic patio program

Surrey also offers limited grants for patio improvements
Fast-spreading COVID-19 variant P. 1 'worrisome' for B.C.

Fast-spreading COVID-19 variant P. 1 'worrisome' for B.C.

Earlier this month, the province had 87.7% of all known P.1 cases countrywide
Grant-application process now open for B.C. businesses impacted by COVID-19 'circuit breaker'

Grant-application process now open for B.C. businesses impacted by COVID-19 'circuit breaker'

Funding could provide up to $10,000 for businesses of any size