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Whistler skier wins international GoPro Challenge

Whistler skier wins international GoPro Challenge

Evan Macalister’s backflip is featured in new video—to the tune of $20,000

First COVID-19 vaccination given in British Columbia

VICTORIA — The first COVID-19 vaccination was administered Tuesday in British Columbia as those working in long-term care facilities and intensive care units become the first people to take part in the province's immunization program.
Stricter enforcement coming to COVID-19 rule breakers, B.C. premier says

Stricter enforcement coming to COVID-19 rule breakers, B.C. premier says

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan warns tighter enforcement is coming to those who refuse to follow British Columbia's COVID-19 restrictions. Horgan says B.C.
B.C. COVID-19 health-order enforcement to be amped up: Horgan

B.C. COVID-19 health-order enforcement to be amped up: Horgan

The province is ready to get tough on people not willing to follow provincial health orders related to COVID-19. On a day when the first vaccines were administered in B.C.
B.C. must improve supports for youth 'aging out' of government care: watchdog report

B.C. must improve supports for youth 'aging out' of government care: watchdog report

VICTORIA — British Columbia's representative for children and youth is calling on the province to improve its support system for youth aging out of government care.
B.C. woman loses $12K after falling victim to elaborate phone scam: RCMP

B.C. woman loses $12K after falling victim to elaborate phone scam: RCMP

A B.C. woman is out $12,000. Police say the Kamloops resident fell victim to an "elaborate telephone scam.
BC Ferries adds handful of 2020 holiday sailings

BC Ferries adds handful of 2020 holiday sailings

Though it is still advising everyone to avoid non-essential travel, B.C. Ferries has added some extra sailings over the holiday season to deal with expected increased demand. B.C. Ferries has added 24 sailings to its winter schedule between Dec.
Williams Lake RCMP arrest woman after early morning stabbing

Williams Lake RCMP arrest woman after early morning stabbing

A man is in hospital in Williams Lake today (Dec. 14) after being stabbed early this morning. Mounties were called to an address on 1000-block Maple Street around 2:45 a.m., following reports of a disturbance, according to a police release.
BC SPCA calls for moratorium on mink farming as virus spreads on Fraser Valley farm

BC SPCA calls for moratorium on mink farming as virus spreads on Fraser Valley farm

The BC SPCA is calling for a moratorium on mink farming in British Columbia. The SPCA suggests an immediate suspension of all mink farm licences, after eight workers on a Fraser Valley fur farm tested positive for COVID-19.
City, park board put plan in place to empty Vancouver tent encampment for homeless

City, park board put plan in place to empty Vancouver tent encampment for homeless

VANCOUVER — The City of Vancouver and the park board have released a plan to shut down a growing homeless encampment in Strathcona Park that has led to tensions in the surrounding neighbourhood.