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Chiefs group says teen was found dead in B.C. care home days after reported missing

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — A police investigation into the group-home death of a British Columbia teen has wrapped up without criminal charges, but several Indigenous organizations say more must be done.
B.C. extends state of emergency, reports one death and 105 new cases of COVID-19

B.C. extends state of emergency, reports one death and 105 new cases of COVID-19

VICTORIA — The B.C. government is extending the province's state of emergency for another two weeks, allowing officials to continue using emergency powers to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. The move comes as B.C.
Suspected B.C. teen gangster ticketed for driving without 'N'

Suspected B.C. teen gangster ticketed for driving without 'N'

Conviction quashed, new trial ordered for man accused of murder after wife's drowning

VANCOUVER — A man convicted of first-degree murder after his wife drowned while boating has been granted a new trial. Justice Lauri Ann Fenlon of the B.C.
Greens' Furstenau fires at NDP, Liberals on pandemic recovery, sales tax promise

Greens' Furstenau fires at NDP, Liberals on pandemic recovery, sales tax promise

SQUAMISH, B.C. — The leader of British Columbia's Green party took aim at her two larger rivals on Tuesday over the pandemic recovery, a promise on the provincial sales tax and the snap election call.
Parents shouldn't needlessly worry about COVID-19 exposure at school: Bonnie Henry

Parents shouldn't needlessly worry about COVID-19 exposure at school: Bonnie Henry

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer says rumours and misinformation should be replaced with facts when it comes to potential exposure to COVID-19 among students. Dr.
Crowdfunding campaign launched for family of orphaned B.C. girl with rare genetic condition

Crowdfunding campaign launched for family of orphaned B.C. girl with rare genetic condition

RCMP officer injured during traffic stop in Penticton, B.C., Mounties appeal for help

PENTICTON, B.C. — The RCMP in British Columbia is asking for the public's help after an officer in Penticton was allegedly assaulted during a traffic stop early Monday morning.
Wilkinson says Liberals would eliminate B.C.'s provincial sales tax for a year

Wilkinson says Liberals would eliminate B.C.'s provincial sales tax for a year

RICHMOND, B.C. — B.C.
B.C. tech firms pledge to close gender pay gap as companies ‘find their feet again’

B.C. tech firms pledge to close gender pay gap as companies ‘find their feet again’