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Drivers in southern B.C. warned of police impersonator after fake vehicle stop

Drivers in southern B.C. warned of police impersonator after fake vehicle stop

KELOWNA, B.C. — RCMP are warning drivers in southern British Columbia to be wary after a motorist says he was pulled over by a man impersonating a police officer. A statement from Cpl.
Top doctor says COVID-19 infections among younger people rising in B.C.

Top doctor says COVID-19 infections among younger people rising in B.C.

VICTORIA — An increasing number of younger people in British Columbia are becoming infected with COVID-19 and some are dying, just as vaccines are protecting older populations, the provincial health officer said Monday. 
Surrey developer wins right to expunge Twitter corruption claims

Surrey developer wins right to expunge Twitter corruption claims

Surrey developer Bob Cheema claims Surrey businessman Brian Young defamed him on social media
B.C. signs deal with City of Victoria to end homeless camps, bring people inside

B.C. signs deal with City of Victoria to end homeless camps, bring people inside

VICTORIA — An agreement that commits two levels of government to end current and future homeless encampments in British Columbia's capital city is a potential blueprint for similar deals, says the province's minister responsible for housing.
Stranger reportedly punches two women, one of them pregnant

Stranger reportedly punches two women, one of them pregnant

Police are recommending the man be charged with two counts of assault, one count of assaulting a police officer and one count of breaching a conditional-sentence order.
B.C. ‘ahead of schedule’ as COVID-19 vaccine deployment ramps up

B.C. ‘ahead of schedule’ as COVID-19 vaccine deployment ramps up

More than 10% of eligible British Columbians have now been vaccinated
B.C. Cowichan Tribes lift shelter-in-place order after more than two months

B.C. Cowichan Tribes lift shelter-in-place order after more than two months

DUNCAN, B.C. — British Columbia's largest First Nation, the Cowichan Tribes, has lifted a shelter-in-place order more than two months after it was enacted to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Three taken to hospital after new driver hits bus stop in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Mounties in Surrey, B.C., say three people have been taken to hospital after a driver with a learner's permit hit the group at a bus stop on Sunday.
RCMP seek answers to deadly single-vehicle crash south of Nanaimo, B.C.

RCMP seek answers to deadly single-vehicle crash south of Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C. — A single-car crash in a rural area near Nanaimo, B.C., has killed a 19-year-old man. RCMP say a passing motorist called for help Sunday after spotting a vehicle in trees off a winding road through Cedar, south of Nanaimo.
Victoria MLA's son, 4, diagnosed with brain tumour; announces step back from duties

Victoria MLA's son, 4, diagnosed with brain tumour; announces step back from duties

VICTORIA — A member of the British Columbia legislature says she's stepping back from her duties because her four-year-old son has been diagnosed with a brain tumour.