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B.C. cabinet staying in province during holiday season

B.C. cabinet staying in province during holiday season

Premier John Horgan and all of his cabinet ministers remained in B.C. for the holiday season, his office said in a statement Wednesday.
These are some of the custom licence plates ICBC rejected

These are some of the custom licence plates ICBC rejected

Nearly 2,000 personalized license plates were rejected in B.C. in 2019
B.C. mom who gave birth in a coma due to COVID-19 discharged from hospital

B.C. mom who gave birth in a coma due to COVID-19 discharged from hospital

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — A mother who had an emergency C-section in British Columbia while in a coma due to complications from COVID-19 returned home to her family in time for Christmas.
B.C. restricting alcohol sales, service on New Year's Eve to limit 'risky behaviour'

B.C. restricting alcohol sales, service on New Year's Eve to limit 'risky behaviour'

VICTORIA — Health officials in British Columbia are cutting off alcohol sales on New Year's Eve in an effort to prevent gatherings where COVID-19 can spread. Last call for alcohol will be at 8 p.m. on New Year's Eve and the ban continues until 9 a.m.
Pandemic shifts subject, but non-emergency calls to 911 still a danger: dispatcher

Pandemic shifts subject, but non-emergency calls to 911 still a danger: dispatcher

VANCOUVER — The dispatcher that handles most of British Columbia's 911 calls says COVID-19 gave a different twist to some calls this year, but E-Comm's annual list of nuisance callers reveals little change elsewhere.
Construction survey shows B.C. firms expect less work in 2021 but need more workers

Construction survey shows B.C. firms expect less work in 2021 but need more workers

VANCOUVER — The association representing construction employers in British Columbia says most expect less work in 2021, although employees will see wages climb.
Vancouver man spends Christmas Day in jail after violating PHO on parties, social gatherings

Vancouver man spends Christmas Day in jail after violating PHO on parties, social gatherings

Vancouver police say they have received 12 complaints about noise and parties at the man’s downtown apartment since September.
Someone called 911 because their food didn't arrive

Someone called 911 because their food didn't arrive

E-Comm lists top-10 bad 911 calls of 2020
Two die in B.C. avalanche as forecasters warn of 'complex,' 'weak' snowpack

Two die in B.C. avalanche as forecasters warn of 'complex,' 'weak' snowpack

PEMBERTON, B.C. — RCMP say two men have died in an avalanche north of Whistler, B.C.
Teen killed in targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C., after similar attack a day before

Teen killed in targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C., after similar attack a day before

SURREY, B.C. — Homicide detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of a teenager in Surrey, B.C., the second deadly attack in the city in as many days. Sgt.