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'Rest easy guardian of the night': VPD says goodbye to oldest retired police dog

'Rest easy guardian of the night': VPD says goodbye to oldest retired police dog

Knight served the citizens of Vancouver as a police dog from 2005 to 2014
B.C. reports 908 new COVID-19 cases, third-highest daily total yet

B.C. reports 908 new COVID-19 cases, third-highest daily total yet

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 908 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, the third-highest daily total in the province since the start of the pandemic. Provincial health officer Dr.
Teck Coal fined record $60 million for B.C. river contamination

Teck Coal fined record $60 million for B.C. river contamination

'Largest environmental trial in Canadian history' avoided with guilty pleas: lawyer
B.C. retiree pens books to help work through trauma over past tragedy

B.C. retiree pens books to help work through trauma over past tragedy

New West man wins lottery, says he'll spend it on daughters' weddings

New West man wins lottery, says he'll spend it on daughters' weddings

He had to check it a few times to make sure
Truckers to haul 1.5m AstraZeneca doses to Canada by Tuesday amid Moderna delays

Truckers to haul 1.5m AstraZeneca doses to Canada by Tuesday amid Moderna delays

Canada due to accept 3.2m doses of COVID-19 vaccine from three manufacturers next week
B.C. labour minister concerned over recent workplace deaths

B.C. labour minister concerned over recent workplace deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia's labour minister says he has contacted the head of the province's workplace safety agency after six workers died on the job in the past four weeks.
Romania OKs holding Easter celebrations despite virus surge

Romania OKs holding Easter celebrations despite virus surge

BUCHAREST, Romania — Romanian authorities announced Thursday that Easter celebrations in the deeply Christian country will go ahead in person this year, even though Romania is battling a surge of COVID-19 infections that is threatening to overwhelm i
Long-term care residents allowed more than one visitor in B.C. as of April 1

Long-term care residents allowed more than one visitor in B.C. as of April 1

VICTORIA — Long-term care residents in British Columbia will soon be allowed more than one visitor and to give their loved ones a hug after more than a year of tough restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. Provincial health officer Dr.
Website-blocking case could have far-reaching effects on freedom of expression: BCCLA

Website-blocking case could have far-reaching effects on freedom of expression: BCCLA

Federal court of appeal urged to tread cautiously on constitutional rights