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Lead Pickton prosecutor dies of COVID-19 complications

Lead Pickton prosecutor dies of COVID-19 complications

Mike Petrie remembered as a compassionate man, highly skilled lawyer
COVID takes toll on Canada’s democracy as information flow slows: experts

COVID takes toll on Canada’s democracy as information flow slows: experts

B.C. government hiding behind excuses to dodge transparency, former legislature speaker Darryl Plecas says
Legal group fights B.C. government's COVID-19 rules on protests and places of worship

Legal group fights B.C. government's COVID-19 rules on protests and places of worship

VANCOUVER — A legal advocacy group is challenging the British Columbia government's COVID-19 restrictions on worship services and public protests, arguing they violate people's rights and freedoms.
Layoffs at B.C. hospice that refused to offer medical assistance in dying

Layoffs at B.C. hospice that refused to offer medical assistance in dying

DELTA, B.C. — A British Columbia hospice that refused to offer medical assistance in dying has sent layoff notices to all clinical staff before its contract with the local health authority ends next month.
B.C. health officials urge residents to follow COVID-19 guidelines

B.C. health officials urge residents to follow COVID-19 guidelines

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say they understand the frustration directed at people who defy COVID-19 restrictions, but urged residents to continue following the guidelines to prevent infection. B.C.
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to eight-week low

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to eight-week low

Recoveries from the virus outpace new infections to reduce number of those actively battling illness
Impaired driving suspected in truck crash that set off gridlock in North Vancouver

Impaired driving suspected in truck crash that set off gridlock in North Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A man has been arrested on suspicion of impaired driving after a transport truck crashed on Highway 1 in North Vancouver, creating traffic chaos around the busy commuter route.
Fall from cliff kills snowboarder at B.C.'s Whistler Blackcomb ski resort

Fall from cliff kills snowboarder at B.C.'s Whistler Blackcomb ski resort

WHISTLER, B.C. — A snowboarder has died in an accident at the Whistler Blackcomb resort. RCMP confirm the man, in his mid-20s, fell about 20 metres from a cliff at one of the highest points of the resort, Thursday morning.
Man succumbs to injuries after shooting in Richmond, B.C., park, say RCMP

Man succumbs to injuries after shooting in Richmond, B.C., park, say RCMP

RICHMOND, B.C. — A man has died in a suspected targeted shooting in Richmond, B.C. RCMP say the victim was found in a park in the Steveston neighbourhood at around 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Cowichan First Nation issues stay-at-home order as COVID-19 spreads on its reserve

Cowichan First Nation issues stay-at-home order as COVID-19 spreads on its reserve

DUNCAN, B.C. — The Cowichan First Nation on Vancouver Island has issued a shelter-in-place order as COVID-19 spreads through its territory.
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