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Vaccines roll out at Vancouver care home decimated by COVID-19 deaths

Vaccines roll out at Vancouver care home decimated by COVID-19 deaths

Little Mountain Place has seen 41 deaths, 169 total infections
Kudos: Richmond-based auto group fundraises nearly $47,000 for local food banks

Kudos: Richmond-based auto group fundraises nearly $47,000 for local food banks

Employees across many dealerships participated in a month-long walkathon in December.
Electrical faults blamed for yesterday's car fire, explosion and crater in downtown Vancouver

Electrical faults blamed for yesterday's car fire, explosion and crater in downtown Vancouver

The explosion left a 3m crater

Police say there may be more victims of unprovoked machete attacks in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Police believe there are more witnesses and at least one more victim linked to random machete attacks that injured two people in Vancouver. They're urging more witnesses to speak up about the unprovoked attacks on Dec.
Conditions easing, ferry travel resumes after wind, rain batter B.C. coast

Conditions easing, ferry travel resumes after wind, rain batter B.C. coast

VANCOUVER — Wind and rain warnings have been lifted from coastal British Columbia following a powerful storm that hammered Haida Gwaii, Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast and cancelled sailings on most BC Ferry routes.
Former Richmond RCMP spokesperson loses battle with cancer

Former Richmond RCMP spokesperson loses battle with cancer

Tributes are pouring in all over social media for the retired BC RCMP officer.
B.C. state of emergency extended again as pandemic wears on

B.C. state of emergency extended again as pandemic wears on

VICTORIA — British Columbia has again extended its state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic nearly 10 months after it was first declared. The Ministry of Public Safety says in a news release the extension until Jan.
B.C. records 428 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest total in a week

B.C. records 428 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest total in a week

Extent of the virus in the province is abating despite the recent holiday season

Man fatally shot by police in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside neighbourhood

VANCOUVER — A 37-year-old man has died after being shot by police in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside neighbourhood early Tuesday.

B.C. police watchdog says 'reasonable grounds' to consider charge against officer

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog says it has sent a report to the Crown asking it to consider charges linked to an arrest in Vancouver 18 months ago.
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