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No crowds or parades as B.C. observes subdued Remembrance Day during pandemic

No crowds or parades as B.C. observes subdued Remembrance Day during pandemic

VICTORIA — The pandemic was ever-present Wednesday at scaled-back and physically distanced Remembrance Day ceremonies across British Columbia.
Interior Health alerts residents COVID surge 'becoming a concern'

Interior Health alerts residents COVID surge 'becoming a concern'

KELOWNA, B.C. — British Columbia's Interior Health authority has issued a COVID-19 alert to its residents as cases rise in the region. The authority says in a statement that it's concerned by the upward trend and frequency of new local clusters.

Police say alcohol and speed likely factors in fatal crash in Burnaby, B.C.

BURNABY, B.C. — An RCMP criminal collision investigation team is looking into a single vehicle crash that killed a young woman early Wednesday in Burnaby, B.C.
'Dangerous' COVID-19 border loophole sees dozens of B.C. residents visit with Americans in tents

'Dangerous' COVID-19 border loophole sees dozens of B.C. residents visit with Americans in tents

Canadians in the U.S. area of Peace Arch Park 'have technically not made entry to the other country and therefore are not processed by immigration authorities'
TransLink tests anti-microbial copper coatings as B.C. reports 525 new COVID-19 cases

TransLink tests anti-microbial copper coatings as B.C. reports 525 new COVID-19 cases

VANCOUVER — Officials with Metro Vancouver's transportation network say TransLink will be the first system in North America to test the use of anti-microbial copper on high-touch surfaces to better understand and reduce transmission of COVID-19 and o
Another giant, invasive hornet found in B.C. agriculture area

Another giant, invasive hornet found in B.C. agriculture area

LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, B.C. — An Asian giant hornet has been found near Langley, B.C., about five kilometres away from where another so-called murder hornet was discovered last week.
Police say computer fraud siphons $375,000 from Prince George, B.C.

Police say computer fraud siphons $375,000 from Prince George, B.C.

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — RCMP say the City of Prince George has become the victim of a significant fraud. The city called police in September when staff sent two payments to a contractor for more than $700,000, but the cash was never received.
Air Force flybys give public focus to physically distanced Remembrance Day ceremonies

Air Force flybys give public focus to physically distanced Remembrance Day ceremonies

VANCOUVER — Remembrance Day services will look much different this year as restrictions due to the pandemic force many changes but Canada's Air Force hopes its efforts will help honour war veterans.
Horgan's policies will need a post-pandemic lens, experts say

Horgan's policies will need a post-pandemic lens, experts say

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan cemented a majority government in British Columbia, but escalating COVID-19 cases threaten to take plans out of his hands.
B.C. reports 998 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths since Saturday

B.C. reports 998 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths since Saturday

VICTORIA — Health officials say the restrictions put in place in B.C.'s most populous health regions could be extended or modified depending on whether COVID-19 cases spike or dip. Over the weekend, B.C.