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COVID’s second wave intensifying stress, anxiety

COVID’s second wave intensifying stress, anxiety

“Alarming” levels of despair, suicidal thoughts and hopelessness
Report finds no obvious cause of Old Fort landslide in northeastern B.C.

Report finds no obvious cause of Old Fort landslide in northeastern B.C.

VICTORIA — A report from British Columbia's chief inspector of mines says the cause of a slow-moving landslide that has threatened a tiny B.C. community may never be determined.
Land/corporate ownership registries need to verify ID: anti-money laundering experts

Land/corporate ownership registries need to verify ID: anti-money laundering experts

The Land Owner Transparency Registry (LOTR) began accepting filings from non-individual landowners on Monday but experts are calling on loopholes to be closed
B.C. records 12 more COVID-19 deaths as top doctor warns against non-essential travel

B.C. records 12 more COVID-19 deaths as top doctor warns against non-essential travel

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says COVID-19 cases have levelled off in the Fraser and Vancouver Coastal health regions, but they've been rising in the North, Interior and to a lesser extent on Vancouver Island. Dr.
B.C. hits record-high COVID-19 hospitalizations for 15th straight update

B.C. hits record-high COVID-19 hospitalizations for 15th straight update

Number of people suffering in hospital with the virus rose by one to 337 overnight
Vehicle crash, Civil action causing major traffic delays on Highway 91 westbound

Vehicle crash, Civil action causing major traffic delays on Highway 91 westbound

Many vehicles have taken to the road to protest in solidarity with Punjabi farmers over agriculture laws in India.
Military helicopter, plane dispatched to rescue Mountie and suspect in ravine

Military helicopter, plane dispatched to rescue Mountie and suspect in ravine

BRIDESVILLE, B.C. — The RCMP say two military aircraft rescued a police officer and an alleged trespasser after a foot chase led them into a steep ravine with no easy way out in British Columbia's southern Interior.
NDP to put forward Raj Chouhan as B.C. legislature Speaker

NDP to put forward Raj Chouhan as B.C. legislature Speaker

VICTORIA — The New Democrats will nominate a longtime member of the B.C. legislature to serve as Speaker.
Delta man wins Lotto twice

Delta man wins Lotto twice

Richard Glasner plans to put his win towards a family trip to Cuba once it’s safe to travel.
Horgan: holiday celebrations must be kept to "absolute minimum"

Horgan: holiday celebrations must be kept to "absolute minimum"

The premier spoke with reporters Wednesday ahead of the legislature sitting next week
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