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Girl, 3, dies after rock falls on her at Vancouver Island ski resort

COMOX, B.C. — A three-year-old girl has died after a rock fell on her at a resort on Vancouver Island.
B.C. reports 867 new COVID-19 cases, highest daily total since April

B.C. reports 867 new COVID-19 cases, highest daily total since April

VICTORIA — The trend for COVID-19 infections in British Columbia continues upward with 867 new cases, the highest daily total in about four months. Three more people have died, while 159 people are in hospital and 84 of those are in intensive care.
Horgan hints at big changes in how B.C. fights wildfires following 'horrific' season

Horgan hints at big changes in how B.C. fights wildfires following 'horrific' season

The premier toured Logan Lake Friday.
Here's what it's like to catch a (tiny) shark in Vancouver (VIDEO)

Here's what it's like to catch a (tiny) shark in Vancouver (VIDEO)

You will definitely not need a bigger boat. 🦈
Where do federal parties stand on China?

Where do federal parties stand on China?

Chinese-Canadian groups demand answers from candidates on China’s human rights abuses
Contracts awarded for Highway 99 improvement work

Contracts awarded for Highway 99 improvement work

Work on both of these contracts will begin later this year once all permitting is in place, according to the provincial government.
B.C. provides $12.9 million in grants for fairs, festivals affected by COVID-19

B.C. provides $12.9 million in grants for fairs, festivals affected by COVID-19

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is spending $12.9 million to make grants available to festivals, fairs and community events affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
B.C. reports two deaths, 724 new cases of COVID-19

B.C. reports two deaths, 724 new cases of COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 724 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths, pushing the total number of fatalities to 1,804 since the pandemic began.
Man bites dog during Downtown Eastside arrest

Man bites dog during Downtown Eastside arrest

Mando the police dog bit the suspect back.
Vancouver police search for owners of $12,000 worth of dental gold

Vancouver police search for owners of $12,000 worth of dental gold

Vancouver police say they are searching for the owner of thousands of dollars of dental gold recovered earlier this year during a stolen-property investigation.
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