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Cougar attacks, drags away puppy tapped for Coquitlam Search and Rescue role

Cougar attacks, drags away puppy tapped for Coquitlam Search and Rescue role

In a little over a month, there have been five cougar attacks on dogs across Coquitlam, Port Moody and Anmore, leaving three dead or missing
Eel importer nets $163,776 fine

Eel importer nets $163,776 fine

Different eel meats mixed together in shipments from China.
Unemployment data shows strong recovery, says B.C. NDP; Liberals say there's no plan

Unemployment data shows strong recovery, says B.C. NDP; Liberals say there's no plan

VICTORIA — Statistics Canada data shows the jobless rate in British Columbia dipped more than one percentage point in February and Jobs Minister Ravi Kahlon says the B.C.
B.C. man shares ordeal of trying to return home from Mexico

B.C. man shares ordeal of trying to return home from Mexico

BBB warns of 'Amazon raffle' text message scam

BBB warns of 'Amazon raffle' text message scam

The scam is the latest in a long list of scams impersonating Amazon since the start of COVID-19, BBB says
Pfizer accelerates spring deliveries with 8.5m vaccine doses set to arrive in coming weeks

Pfizer accelerates spring deliveries with 8.5m vaccine doses set to arrive in coming weeks

About one million doses a week will arrive beginning in late March
B.C. scrubs 600 instances of gendered language from laws and regulations

B.C. scrubs 600 instances of gendered language from laws and regulations

"Language matters. It allows people to feel recognized and affirmed."
Most B.C. First Nations communities offered at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Most B.C. First Nations communities offered at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine

VANCOUVER — Most residents of First Nations communities in British Columbia have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, but many Indigenous people who live outside of those areas are still waiting.
'Record' day for vaccine bookings following early stumbles

'Record' day for vaccine bookings following early stumbles

B.C. health minister blamed Telus earlier in the week for big bottlenecks for vaccine bookings
B.C. housing minister pledges shelter spaces for homeless in Victoria parks

B.C. housing minister pledges shelter spaces for homeless in Victoria parks

VICTORIA — Homeless people living in Victoria's parks will have shelter spaces by the end of April under a housing agreement between the British Columbia government and the city. David Eby, B.C.