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Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

More British Columbians approve of the job Horgan is doing this quarter over last
High COVID-19 count prompts citywide vaccinations in Prince Rupert, B.C.

High COVID-19 count prompts citywide vaccinations in Prince Rupert, B.C.

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — Health officials say an entire northwestern British Columbia city will be vaccinated over the next three weeks as the community continues to face persistent outbreaks of COVID-19.
After 90 calls, 96-year-old B.C. woman finally gets vaccine appointment

After 90 calls, 96-year-old B.C. woman finally gets vaccine appointment

A B.C. family had to ring the call centre more than 90 times before they got through to get their 96-year-old mother a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
B.C. blames Telus for call centre failures amid criticism over lack of online booking

B.C. blames Telus for call centre failures amid criticism over lack of online booking

VICTORIA — British Columbia is blaming Telus after call centres for COVID-19 vaccine appointments were overwhelmed, while the province also faces criticism over the lack of an online booking platform.
Money laundering whistleblower vanishes without a trace

Money laundering whistleblower vanishes without a trace

Ross Alderson, a former director of anti-money laundering (AML) investigations at the B.C. Lottery Corporation, took concerns to media in 2017; now he’s a no-show at the Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in B.C.

Transportation Safety Board issues report into fatal northwest B.C. helicopter crash

VANCOUVER — Heavy rain creating an optical illusion on the windshield of a helicopter could have played a role in a fatal crash in northwestern British Columbia last summer, but the Transportation Safety Board says without onboard recording devices i
10-year-old girl robbed, injured while buying breakfast in downtown Vancouver

10-year-old girl robbed, injured while buying breakfast in downtown Vancouver

While waiting in line to buy food a woman grabbed the girl's money out of her jacket pocket
B.C. conservation officers find invasive mussel in aquarium moss in retail stores

B.C. conservation officers find invasive mussel in aquarium moss in retail stores

VICTORIA — For years, British Columbia conservation officers have been checking boats coming into the province for invasive zebra mussels, but now it turns out they're coming through local pet stores. The B.C.
'Telus failed us' over vaccine call centres, says B.C. health minister

'Telus failed us' over vaccine call centres, says B.C. health minister

Vancouver telecom giant says it's adding hundreds of call centre workers to assist efforts to book vaccine appointments
'I shocked myself': Vancouver man scratches his way to $675,000 lotto win

'I shocked myself': Vancouver man scratches his way to $675,000 lotto win

The outdoor enthusiast is already looking to get himself into some new hiking boots - but is 'trying to stay as grounded as possible.'