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Lack of funds, staffing harming B.C. legal system

Lack of funds, staffing harming B.C. legal system

Lawyers issue recommendations to ease access to justice
B.C. sets records for lung and heart transplants

B.C. sets records for lung and heart transplants

110 people donated organs after death in 2020.
Vancouverites lead search for B.C. recreational property

Vancouverites lead search for B.C. recreational property

At least 62,000 Vancouver residents searched for rural B.C. property since June 2020 as the pandemic locked down reasons to live in the city.
Coquitlam sister 'hoping and praying' Iranian agents don't rearrest brother

Coquitlam sister 'hoping and praying' Iranian agents don't rearrest brother

A Coquitlam woman’s brother has been released from an Iranian prison on bail after the family and a Tri-Cities Amnesty group petitioned the country’s president and local supreme courts.
How B.C. plans to move homeless into market rentals

How B.C. plans to move homeless into market rentals

New Homeless Prevention Program is meant 'to help access rental housing in the private (non-subsidized) housing market'
Family of missing man Ryan Shtuka returns to Sun Peaks to mark three years since disappearance

Family of missing man Ryan Shtuka returns to Sun Peaks to mark three years since disappearance

Mother remembers son's sarcasm, sense of humour, and his strong connection with friends.
Carole James enlisted to fix 'toxic' culture at Royal B.C. Museum

Carole James enlisted to fix 'toxic' culture at Royal B.C. Museum

Police say latest targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C., sends one man to hospital

Police say latest targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C., sends one man to hospital

SURREY, B.C. — One man is recovering from injuries linked to the latest targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C. RCMP say officers, including members of the gang enforcement squad, responded to reports of shots fired just after 10 p.m., Tuesday.
Dr. Bonnie Henry says the seven-day average of cases in B.C. is creeping up

Dr. Bonnie Henry says the seven-day average of cases in B.C. is creeping up

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer is warning that COVID-19 cases and test positivity rates are ticking up in some jurisdictions due to increased interactions. Dr.
COVID-19 update: B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency

COVID-19 update: B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency

The longest state of emergency in provincial history has been extended again.