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COVID-19 outbreak declared at Mission hospital as B.C. records 429 new cases

MISSION, B.C. — Fraser Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Mission Memorial Hospital after three patients tested positive for the virus.
Court dismisses B.C.'s injunction application to stop in-person church services

Court dismisses B.C.'s injunction application to stop in-person church services

Officials worry in-door religious services could increase COVID-19 infection chances and encourage viral spread.
B.C. ranks #3 in Canada for auto thefts

B.C. ranks #3 in Canada for auto thefts

"The number of stolen cars in Canada is on the rise, which is not good news for policyholders."
B.C. Liberals to set leadership vote no later than next February, says party

B.C. Liberals to set leadership vote no later than next February, says party

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Liberals say the party will elect a new leader no later than next February.
RCMP issue provincewide warrant for wanted man

RCMP issue provincewide warrant for wanted man

Anyone with information about Eddie Quilt's whereabouts is asked to call Merritt RCMP.
Conservation officers kill cougar, search for second animal after teen followed

Conservation officers kill cougar, search for second animal after teen followed

COQUITLAM, B.C. — The Conservation Officer Service says a juvenile cougar has been killed after a teenager reported being followed by two of the animals in Coquitlam, B.C.
Seaspan Ferries to trial massive energy storage battery

Seaspan Ferries to trial massive energy storage battery

West Coast cargo ferry to carry Blue Whale battery
Online petition launched to keep mass murderer behind bars

Online petition launched to keep mass murderer behind bars

UPDATE: Juvenile cougar killed after stalking Port Coquitlam teenager

UPDATE: Juvenile cougar killed after stalking Port Coquitlam teenager

A juvenile cougar has been shot in Port Coquitlam after reports a 14-year-old boy had been stalked by the animal; the cougars are believed to be linked to several dog attacks in the Coquitlam area
BC sets records for lung and heart transplants

BC sets records for lung and heart transplants

Last year BC saw more lung and heart transplants take place than ever before. A record 55 people received a lung transplant in 2020 and 33, including three children, received a new heart. The BC liver transplant record of 80 matched the 2017 record.