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Wildfire crews battle B.C. fire near Columbia Lake while dealing with gusty winds

PENTICTON, B.C. — Fire crews are battling a blaze near a village at the southern end of Columbia Lake in British Columbia had to contend with gusty winds that could fan the flames on Saturday.

Vancouver School Board working on a transition option for students

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver School Board says it is working on an alternate back-to-school option for parents who are not comfortable sending their children into classrooms.
Operator of Vancouver Trump tower, TA Hotel Management, declares bankruptcy

Operator of Vancouver Trump tower, TA Hotel Management, declares bankruptcy

B.C. hits new daily record, reporting 124 cases of COVID-19 on Friday

B.C. hits new daily record, reporting 124 cases of COVID-19 on Friday

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 124 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, setting a new daily record. In a joint news release, Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry say active cases have ticked up to 974 in B.C.
Reopening schools safely tied to other COVID-19 measures: B.C. model

Reopening schools safely tied to other COVID-19 measures: B.C. model

B.C. health officials report one new community outbreak related to COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported one new community outbreak of COVID-19 on Thursday at a construction site for a water treatment facility in the Interior Health region. Provincial health officer Dr.

Cut B.C. health regulatory colleges to six to improve public protection: report

VICTORIA — A report recommends reducing the number of regulatory colleges governing health professionals in British Columbia from 20 to six to improve public protection and implementing a new oversight body that oversees them.

B.C. reports 62 new COVID-19 cases, no deaths as active cases tick down slightly

VICTORIA — Health officials in British Columbia are reporting 62 new cases of COVID-19. In a joint news release on Wednesday, Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.

Improve B.C. Workers' Compensation Board medical care, communications: review

VICTORIA — A review of services offered to injured workers in British Columbia makes more than 100 recommendations to improve communication, care and individual services at the Workers' Compensation Board.

Evacuation order ends for remaining homes over wildfire near Penticton, B.C.

PENTICTON, B.C. — Everyone who fled from a wildfire south of Penticton, B.C., is now allowed to return home.