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Interim BC Liberal Leader calling for more transparency amid third COVID-19 wave

Interim BC Liberal Leader calling for more transparency amid third COVID-19 wave

BC Green Party also calling on John Horgan, Dr. Bonnie Henry to enforce tougher restrictions
Video: Richmond Mounties herd coyote from neighbourhood park

Video: Richmond Mounties herd coyote from neighbourhood park

Richmond resident Dandy Pineda had earlier called 9-1-1 after spotting the animal in his backyard
Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Vancouver man takes stunning photos of the galaxy that is 30 million lightyears away.
Worker at Richmond supermarket tests positive for COVID

Worker at Richmond supermarket tests positive for COVID

The store's parent company said the staff member last worked on April 2
Belligerent behaviour builds up across B.C. (VIDEO)

Belligerent behaviour builds up across B.C. (VIDEO)

Glacier Media asked experts to explain why some British Columbians have taken it to the extreme and have acted on their emotions.
Community pays tribute to Dave Hamilton

Community pays tribute to Dave Hamilton

Former longtime Optimist general manager loses battle with cancer
Anti-Asian racist graffiti condemned in North Vancouver

Anti-Asian racist graffiti condemned in North Vancouver

The hateful messages are intended to make people of Asian descent feel unwelcome and have been turning up on walls and bus shelters in Lower Lonsdale.
Re-hiring blitz challenges looming for hospitality and tourism

Re-hiring blitz challenges looming for hospitality and tourism

Many skilled workers laid off during the pandemic have moved on to other sectors
Unemployed Canadians shun farm work

Unemployed Canadians shun farm work

Only 25 of 80 applicants actually showed up and stayed for more than a day and most refused to work early mornings or on weekends, one farmer says.
B.C. business woman compares mask wearing to residential schools

B.C. business woman compares mask wearing to residential schools

A Vancouver Island business owner is coming under fire for an Instagram post comparing children wearing a mask in school to Canada's notorious residential school system.