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B.C. First Nations Health Authority hopes all Indigenous adults vaccinated in Phase 2

B.C. First Nations Health Authority hopes all Indigenous adults vaccinated in Phase 2

VANCOUVER — The top doctor at British Columbia's First Nations Health Authority says she is "hopeful" all Indigenous adults in the province, including those who don't live on reserves, will be offered the COVID-19 vaccine in the second phase of the i
Horgan supports vaccine passports for international travel but lukewarm for B.C.

Horgan supports vaccine passports for international travel but lukewarm for B.C.

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan says he backs the concept of so-called COVID-19 passports for international travellers, but he's not sold on a similar system for British Columbia residents. The premier said Friday he's not convinced people in B.C.
B.C. police watchdog investigates after man seriously injured during arrest

B.C. police watchdog investigates after man seriously injured during arrest

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a man suffered serious injuries during his arrest linked to a report about a firearm that was found at a cemetery in Chilliwack.
Pandemic spurs students to develop innovative respirator

Pandemic spurs students to develop innovative respirator

Inventors hoping mask will help medical professionals and travellers.
B.C. has no deaths in latest tally, but 648 new cases of COVID-19

B.C. has no deaths in latest tally, but 648 new cases of COVID-19

VICTORIA — Health officials are calling on British Columbians to balance the easing of some outdoor restrictions by keeping up safety measures when indoors. Provincial health officer Dr.
B.C. Mounties call in reinforcements to investigate series of explosions

B.C. Mounties call in reinforcements to investigate series of explosions

PENTICTON, B.C. — Mounties in Penticton, B.C., say they have called in reinforcements as they investigate a series of explosions across the city. Const.
Tug-of-war between business needs and privacy rights will continue: lawyers

Tug-of-war between business needs and privacy rights will continue: lawyers

Millions of Canadians’ images scraped from social media.
Pandemic renovators regretting aesthetic decisions: BC Hydro

Pandemic renovators regretting aesthetic decisions: BC Hydro

Bathroom, kitchen and flooring changes regretted by DIYers

Two RCMP officers in Metro Vancouver face charges of assault

RICHMOND, B.C. — Mounties in British Columbia say the provincial prosecution service has approved charges of assault against two Metro Vancouver officers. The allegations stem from a stolen vehicle investigation in October 2019.

RCMP seek suspects after lug nuts loosed on two Nanaimo vehicles, one loses tire

NANAIMO, B.C. — RCMP are searching for suspects after someone loosened the lug nuts on wheels of two vehicles in a Nanaimo, B.C., parking lot, prompting a close call for one driver.