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Canada faces more vaccine upheaval amid ongoing Moderna delays

Canada faces more vaccine upheaval amid ongoing Moderna delays

No firm timeline on doses expected for later this month
Police identify victim of deadly targeted shooting in Langley, B.C.

Police identify victim of deadly targeted shooting in Langley, B.C.

LANGLEY, B.C. — Homicide investigators have identified the victim of a targeted shooting in Langley, B.C. Sgt. Frank Jang with the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says 22-year-old Arshdeep Singh died in the late-night attack on Jan. 26.
Men charged after Vancouver senior dies of injuries suffered in violent home invasion

Men charged after Vancouver senior dies of injuries suffered in violent home invasion

VANCOUVER — Two men have been charged following the death of a 78-year-old woman who was fatally injured in a violent home invasion in Vancouver.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit 10-week low

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit 10-week low

Another 16 people have died from the virus – twice as many as yesterday, raising the province's death toll from the virus to 1,234.
'It's so frustrating': Coquitlam pub manager says Super Bowl Sunday rules too vague

'It's so frustrating': Coquitlam pub manager says Super Bowl Sunday rules too vague

Pubs, restaurants told to avoid anything that would make Sunday seem ‘special,’ leaving at least one Coquitlam manager to ask, 'Where's the line?'
Man fined for refusing to don mask at YVR: Richmond RCMP

Man fined for refusing to don mask at YVR: Richmond RCMP

The 32-year-old man was fined a total of $575
Burnaby Hospital reports new COVID-19 flare-up two days after declaring outbreak over

Burnaby Hospital reports new COVID-19 flare-up two days after declaring outbreak over

BURNABY, B.C. — Just a few days after a COVID-19 outbreak was declared over at the hospital in Burnaby, B.C., another flare-up has been reported at the health centre.
Indigenous Tourism BC crafts new plan to help businesses survive the pandemic

Indigenous Tourism BC crafts new plan to help businesses survive the pandemic

Indigenous Tourism BC has announced a three-year strategy to help hundreds of businesses get through the pandemic.
Q&A: B.C. housing minister David Eby talks 'payback' in combatting homelessness

Q&A: B.C. housing minister David Eby talks 'payback' in combatting homelessness

David Eby says previous work in Downtown Eastside informs approach to get people off street
‘Review’ of Chinese police program not good enough: Kash Heed

‘Review’ of Chinese police program not good enough: Kash Heed

Despite widespread calls to shut down JIBC’s law enforcement training for Chinese police, BC NDP government chooses a ‘review’