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$80,000 bottle of rare malt whisky up for grabs this Lunar New Year

$80,000 bottle of rare malt whisky up for grabs this Lunar New Year

The Dalmore Constellation Collection Vintage 1964 Cask 9 was aged 46 years and is one of 67 bottles ever produced
B.C. premier concludes radiation treatments and continues to work from home

B.C. premier concludes radiation treatments and continues to work from home

He has been through 35 radiation sessions for throat cancer, says he's feeling better every day
B.C. orders all school staff to report vaccination status

B.C. orders all school staff to report vaccination status

Failure to comply with the order would be considered an offence under B.C.'s Public Health Act
Nearly half of British Columbians say they're $200 away from insolvency: poll

Nearly half of British Columbians say they're $200 away from insolvency: poll

Nearly half of British Columbians say they're not confident they can cover expenses over the next year, says a new poll. Despite rising financial anxiety, the number of B.C. respondents lured by retail sales nearly doubled compared to the previous year
More than a third of Canadians report burnout

More than a third of Canadians report burnout

Nurses are especially burned out, according to new research
Gyms and fitness facilities across B.C. wait to see if they'll reopen Jan. 18

Gyms and fitness facilities across B.C. wait to see if they'll reopen Jan. 18

B.C. Ministry of Health states, fitness activities generate these aerosols and can lead to rapid transmission
Ex-Canucks forward Boucher found guilty of sexual assault of minor

Ex-Canucks forward Boucher found guilty of sexual assault of minor

In 2011, the then 17-year-old hockey player assaulted a 12-year-old girl.
Richmond RCMP investigating robbery attempt at Steveston business

Richmond RCMP investigating robbery attempt at Steveston business

There was an attempted robbery at a Steveston business earlier this week
B.C. says medical confirmation no longer required to change gender on ID cards

B.C. says medical confirmation no longer required to change gender on ID cards

The change allows two-spirit, transgender and gender-diverse British Columbians to self-declare their gender identity on ID documents
Tsunami advisory ends for B.C. coast after undersea volcano erupts near Tonga

Tsunami advisory ends for B.C. coast after undersea volcano erupts near Tonga

Some areas of B.C. coast experienced higher waves and stronger currents.