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B.C. woman trying to overturn first-degree murder conviction in daughter's death

B.C. woman trying to overturn first-degree murder conviction in daughter's death

On Monday, the B.C. Court of Appeal will begin hearing evidence in a Victoria woman’s bid to overturn her conviction for the murder of her 18-month-old daughter.
B.C. premier says politicians return to legislature to adopt COVID-19 recovery fund

B.C. premier says politicians return to legislature to adopt COVID-19 recovery fund

British Columbia politicians return to the legislature today for a brief session after the October election that gave the New Democrat's a majority government.

Specialist who treated rare disease among homeless wants doctors to be aware of signs

VANCOUVER — As an infectious diseases specialist, Dr. Carl Boodman has had a longtime interest in an illness that commonly afflicted soldiers during the First World War as well as people who now live in crowded refugee camps.
B.C.'s exotic seafood exports have dried up due to the pandemic

B.C.'s exotic seafood exports have dried up due to the pandemic

Have you tried some of B.C.'s top exotic seafood exports?

B.C. police watchdog launches probe into RCMP's role in Chilcotin-region crash

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has announced it's investigating RCMP actions surrounding a crash almost two months ago.

Watchdog called to look into death outside Merritt, B.C., police detachment

MERRITT, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has been called in to investigate the death of a man outside the RCMP detachment in Merritt, B.C.
Opinion: My medical odyssey — Caught in the battle between private and public health care

Opinion: My medical odyssey — Caught in the battle between private and public health care

Our hospitals are under enormous pressure from a tiny lethal virus, forcing our health-care system to navigate an unchartered pandemic by prioritizing care.
B.C. Ferries passengers increasingly complying with federal rules to leave vehicles

B.C. Ferries passengers increasingly complying with federal rules to leave vehicles

Reports of passengers resisting rules requiring them to get out of their vehicles during B.C. Ferries sailings have plummeted by 90 per cent this month, says Transport Canada.
National Student Loan Service Centre plagued by delays as requests for help soar

National Student Loan Service Centre plagued by delays as requests for help soar

Throngs of former students have been unable to reach Canada's loans centre, which is working through a backlog of more than 30,000 applications for repayment assistance.

Stabbing death of Burnaby, B.C., man was targeted, Vancouver police say

Vancouver police say they're investigating the recent death of a 19-year-old man as a homicide. Police say in a news release that they were called to a home on the city's east side on Friday for a report that the man had been stabbed.