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Woman killed, two hurt after vehicle crosses centre line in North Vancouver

Woman killed, two hurt after vehicle crosses centre line in North Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A driver has been killed and her passenger was badly hurt in a head-on crash in North Vancouver. RCMP say the collision occurred late Tuesday night on Low Level Road.
Feds extend wage, rent subsidy rates until June

Feds extend wage, rent subsidy rates until June

Ottawa pegs cost of extending programs at $16b
Vaccination acceleration glitches loom for B.C.

Vaccination acceleration glitches loom for B.C.

Special report: Supply, distribution efficiency key to hitting province's vaccination target
B.C. government should have recorded surplus: AG

B.C. government should have recorded surplus: AG

Auditor general continues to question way province records federal transfers
Auditor general raises long-running concern with B.C. government's budget accounting

Auditor general raises long-running concern with B.C. government's budget accounting

VICTORIA — Auditor general Michael Pickup says he has long-running concerns with the way the British Columbia government counts the money it receives from other levels of government.
ICBC tribunal partly unconstitutional: BC Supreme Court

ICBC tribunal partly unconstitutional: BC Supreme Court

Claimants said new process diverts them from right to appear in court
B.C. records two more COVID-19 deaths, as vaccination roll-out stays slow

B.C. records two more COVID-19 deaths, as vaccination roll-out stays slow

Only 7,501 vaccine doses administered in past day, as total number of British Columbians vaccinated approaches 200,000.
What is it like inside the new Squamish Overdose Prevention Site?

What is it like inside the new Squamish Overdose Prevention Site?

The facility opens as the BC Coroners Service announces record toxic drug deaths in B.C.
Rapid response teams in place to support COVID-19 safety in B.C. schools

Rapid response teams in place to support COVID-19 safety in B.C. schools

VICTORIA — Education Minister Jennifer Whiteside says six new rapid response teams will help schools in B.C. identify gaps in COVID-19 safety plans to help reduce exposure risk.
ICBC tribunal partly unconstitutional: B.C. Supreme Court

ICBC tribunal partly unconstitutional: B.C. Supreme Court

Claimants said new process diverts them from right to appear in court