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Three inmates test positive for COVID-19 at federal prison in B.C.

Three inmates test positive for COVID-19 at federal prison in B.C.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — The Correctional Service of Canada says three inmates at Fraser Valley Institution recently tested positive for COVID-19, though it does not say when they were tested or whether their infections remain active.
This tiny house prototype shows what could be Vancouver's emergency housing solution

This tiny house prototype shows what could be Vancouver's emergency housing solution

The concept for a whole tiny townhouse complex made of these small homes was dreamt up by a Vancouver home builder
COVID-19 curve bending down in B.C. after mid-November peak: top doctor

COVID-19 curve bending down in B.C. after mid-November peak: top doctor

VICTORIA — COVID-19 cases in British Columbia are levelling off after peaking in mid-November, though the province's top doctor warns now is not the time to relax public health rules.
Family offers reward for information leading to conviction in B.C. man's 2009 death

Family offers reward for information leading to conviction in B.C. man's 2009 death

KELOWNA, B.C. — The family of a man who was killed at a home in Kelowna, B.C., is appealing for anyone with information to speak with police investigating the 2009 homicide.
Strict health orders helping bend COVID curve in B.C., but numbers still rising

Strict health orders helping bend COVID curve in B.C., but numbers still rising

Province announces 518 new cases, for total of 48,027, and 19 new deaths
Huge lineup of cars waits to get up to Cypress Mountain Resort (VIDEO)

Huge lineup of cars waits to get up to Cypress Mountain Resort (VIDEO)

'How is this even fun anymore with this many people?' 😮

Vancouver police offices scratched, kicked while helping man in mental health crisis

VANCOUVER — Two officers are nursing various injuries after the Vancouver Police Department says they were attacked while trying to help a father deal with his mentally ill son. A statement from Sgt.
Meng Wanzhou to apply for change in bail conditions

Meng Wanzhou to apply for change in bail conditions

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou will apply to loosen her bail conditions in January, the court heard at her extradition hearings session Wednesday.
Avalanche Canada issues warning covering most eastern B.C. mountain ranges

Avalanche Canada issues warning covering most eastern B.C. mountain ranges

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — Avalanche Canada has issued a special public warning for the possibility of snowslides on mountain ranges stretching the length of eastern British Columbia and into Alberta's Kananaskis Country.

Contract awarded for replacement of correctional centre in Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C. — The provincial government has awarded a multimillion-dollar contract to design and build a new jail in Nanaimo, B.C. A statement from the Ministry of Public Safety says Stuart Olson Construction Ltd.