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Vaccine update: B.C. promises AstraZeneca recipients will get second dose from manufacturer

Vaccine update: B.C. promises AstraZeneca recipients will get second dose from manufacturer

AstraZeneca recipients may soon get to choose whether to opt for Pfizer vaccine for second dose
Vaccine wristbands handed out for COVID-19 hot spot in Surrey, B.C.

Vaccine wristbands handed out for COVID-19 hot spot in Surrey, B.C.

VICTORIA — Four extra vaccination clinics have been set up in Surrey, B.C., this week to ramp up immunizations in a COVID-19 hot spot with a high number of essential workers.
Dr. Bonnie Henry joins national campaign to end vaccine hesitancy (VIDEO)

Dr. Bonnie Henry joins national campaign to end vaccine hesitancy (VIDEO)

Beloved Vancouver actor Ryan Reynolds is also a part of the campaign effort.
Police chief issues apology to judge after wrongful detainment

Police chief issues apology to judge after wrongful detainment

"Police officers are human beings, we make mistakes."
Coleman backtracks as money laundering inquiry closes

Coleman backtracks as money laundering inquiry closes

Former B.C. deputy premier Rich Coleman dismisses question of whether he downplayed money laundering in regulated casinos.

14-year-old boy dies in ATV accident near 100 Mile House, B.C.: RCMP

100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. — RCMP say a 14-year-old boy has died in an all-terrain vehicle accident near 100 Mile House, B.C.
Over 2,000 vehicles stopped at new B.C. road checks over the weekend

Over 2,000 vehicles stopped at new B.C. road checks over the weekend

30 vehicles were turned around and RCMP say they noticed an increase in travel
The 'Dangerous Six': Vancouver police identify potential targets of public gang violence

The 'Dangerous Six': Vancouver police identify potential targets of public gang violence

'Police are expecting this violence to continue and to potentially escalate'
Avalanche Canada to expand safety services in B.C. with $10-million provincial grant

Avalanche Canada to expand safety services in B.C. with $10-million provincial grant

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is providing a $10-million grant to a not-for-profit organization dedicated to avalanche safety.
Cold front hits southern B.C., snow possible in mountain passes: Environment Canada

Cold front hits southern B.C., snow possible in mountain passes: Environment Canada

VANCOUVER — A run of late spring sunshine and warm temperatures is coming to a chilly end for parts of British Columbia.
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