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200-member B.C. crew off to Oregon wildfires, 200 more may be assigned: Premier

200-member B.C. crew off to Oregon wildfires, 200 more may be assigned: Premier

VICTORIA — Two hundred British Columbia firefighters are heading to Oregon to help with devastating wildfires in that state.

Fraser Health now reporting COVID-19 exposures at schools; others to follow

VICTORIA — Families with school-age children in British Columbia will soon be able to go to the B.C. Centre for Disease Control website for information about COVID-19 outbreaks and exposure events at schools.

Mungall is the fourth B.C. cabinet minister to announce she won't run again

VICTORIA — A fourth cabinet minister in British Columbia says she won't run in the next election.
CN says bridge repairs underway near Hope, B.C., after 60 CP freight cars derail

CN says bridge repairs underway near Hope, B.C., after 60 CP freight cars derail

About 3,000 people in B.C. under COVID-19 monitoring, 97 new positive cases

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 97 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday as the province extended its state of emergency until the end of September.
NDP-Green agreement provides stability during pandemic: new Green leader

NDP-Green agreement provides stability during pandemic: new Green leader

VICTORIA — The newly elected leader of the B.C. Green party says a power-sharing agreement with the New Democrats provides necessary stability during the COVID-19 pandemic.
B.C. human rights commissioner calls for data collection to tackle inequity

B.C. human rights commissioner calls for data collection to tackle inequity

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's human rights commissioner says the province isn't collecting enough demographic information in order to tackle racism and social inequality.
VIDEO: RCMP bust UBC students partying in outdoor area of campus

VIDEO: RCMP bust UBC students partying in outdoor area of campus

B.C. First Nations ask privacy watchdog to force release of more COVID-19 data

VICTORIA — A coalition of First Nations is asking British Columbia's privacy commissioner to compel the Health Ministry to disclose presumptive COVID-19 cases in their communities.
Decades-old recording of Joni Mitchell finally go from old box to a boxed set

Decades-old recording of Joni Mitchell finally go from old box to a boxed set

VICTORIA — Two long-forgotten tapes featuring some of the first recordings of Joni Mitchell have come out of storage and into circulation, thanks to a serendipitous turn of events involving retired Victoria broadcaster Barry Bowman.