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Election 2021: Has the Trudeau Liberals’ national housing strategy benefited B.C.?

Election 2021: Has the Trudeau Liberals’ national housing strategy benefited B.C.?

Glacier Media spoke to developers, politicians and housing experts to find out
B.C. wildfires, evacuation orders continue to drop as government urges caution

B.C. wildfires, evacuation orders continue to drop as government urges caution

VICTORIA — Residents of more than 970 properties have been allowed to return home as the number of evacuation orders due to wildfires in British Columbia dropped to 2,566 on Wednesday night.

B.C. records 785 cases of COVID-19 as intensive care numbers climb

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 785 new cases of COVID-19 and the number of people being treated in intensive care units has climbed. The province said Wednesday that 199 people were in hospital and 112 of them were in ICU.
Vancouver archdiocese, priest order deny sex abuse allegations

Vancouver archdiocese, priest order deny sex abuse allegations

Lawsuit alleges priests 'misrepresented ... sexual assaults and battery as acceptable to God.'
Two children involved in latest coyote attacks in Vancouver's Stanley Park

Two children involved in latest coyote attacks in Vancouver's Stanley Park

VANCOUVER — The BC Conservation Officer Service says two four-year-old children suffered minor injuries in coyote attacks in Vancouver's popular Stanley Park on Tuesday.
Vancouver Island lawyer to head Canadian Bar Association, B.C. branch

Vancouver Island lawyer to head Canadian Bar Association, B.C. branch

Clare Jennings aims to make law profession more accessible and inclusive.
Drivers admit to using phones more during pandemic: ICBC

Drivers admit to using phones more during pandemic: ICBC

Forty per cent of drivers admitted using their phones while on the road
BC Wildfire Service reports minimal or no growth at many 'fires of note'

BC Wildfire Service reports minimal or no growth at many 'fires of note'

VICTORIA — The number of wildfires burning in British Columbia has remained steady in the range of 225 as the number of properties on evacuation order and on alert dropped in the latest statistics released by the provincial government.

B.C.'s police watchdog investigating after man dies in shooting

QUESNEL, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a person died following a shooting in Quesnel, B.C.
B.C. extends state of emergency due to wildfires for two weeks

B.C. extends state of emergency due to wildfires for two weeks

VICTORIA — British Columbia's public safety minister says the province is extending its state of emergency to support the response to wildfires for another two weeks.
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