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Health officials monitor record 5,101 people as surge in B.C. COVID-19 cases continues

Health officials monitor record 5,101 people as surge in B.C. COVID-19 cases continues

Province has recorded 1,734 new cases in past week
Prince Rupert port plans cargo volume doubling by 2040

Prince Rupert port plans cargo volume doubling by 2040

Fairview Container Terminal moved 1.2 million TEUs in 2019
Sexual abuse allegations against priest, employee, Vancouver archdiocese

Sexual abuse allegations against priest, employee, Vancouver archdiocese

“Culture of entrenched clericalism that enabled perpetrators of sexual abuse:” suit
BCLC suppressed investigations of casino high rollers, investigator says

BCLC suppressed investigations of casino high rollers, investigator says

Great Canadian Gaming Corp. initially expressed opposition to interviewing high-rolling patrons, commission told
B.C. marks 'sobering' weekend record of 817 COVID cases

B.C. marks 'sobering' weekend record of 817 COVID cases

The party's over – public health officer announces new restrictions on family gatherings
Wilkinson to resign as leader of the BC Liberals

Wilkinson to resign as leader of the BC Liberals

Andrew Wilkinson will remain as party leader until a successor is elected
Wilkinson concedes in B.C. provincial election

Wilkinson concedes in B.C. provincial election

Shortly after 5:00 on Sunday, BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson conceded the 2020 B.C. election in a tweet. “I’ve just got off the phone with John Horgan and congratulated him on his win. The people of B.C.
Where do we go from here: The day after B.C.'s 2020 election

Where do we go from here: The day after B.C.'s 2020 election

British Columbia’s COVID-19 election was one for the history books. It was the first time the province held an election during a pandemic, the first time an NDP premier was re-elected and the first time the NDP won a riding in Langley.
Infrastructure promises underscored NDP wins in Surrey

Infrastructure promises underscored NDP wins in Surrey

Seven of nine ridings in Surrey went to the NDP, which seems poised to win a majority government after Saturday’s general provincial election
Horgan calls lieutenant governor, says he'll wait for the final count

Horgan calls lieutenant governor, says he'll wait for the final count

After the BC NDP majority government victory last night, NDP Leader John Horgan said he was going to wait for the final counting before asking Lieutenant Governor Janet Austin to form government.
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