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Vancouver woman jailed for administering Botox in violation of court order

Vancouver woman jailed for administering Botox in violation of court order

Maria Ezzati had been banned from giving unlicensed treatments but was caught holding a "Botox Party" last year.
Explore B.C.'s delectable Indigenous cuisine through this culturally rich TV series

Explore B.C.'s delectable Indigenous cuisine through this culturally rich TV series

Enjoy a colourful feast of interviews with Elders, gardeners and historians on a journey through B.C. First Nation communities
Downward COVID-19 infections in B.C. will help with faster-spreading variants: Henry

Downward COVID-19 infections in B.C. will help with faster-spreading variants: Henry

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say there's an encouraging trend in the COVID-19 curve in the province with the efforts of residents making a difference. It comes as the state of emergency was extended again in B.C.
B.C. drivers to receive COVID-19 insurance rebate cheques averaging $190 next month

B.C. drivers to receive COVID-19 insurance rebate cheques averaging $190 next month

VICTORIA — Almost three million drivers in British Columbia will receive COVID-19 insurance rebate cheques next month that average about $190 each, Premier John Horgan said Tuesday.
Canada Line workers reach tentative agreement to keep SkyTrain rolling

Canada Line workers reach tentative agreement to keep SkyTrain rolling

VANCOUVER — The union representing workers on a key commuter link between Richmond and Vancouver says it has reached a tentative agreement with their members' employer.
B.C. woman's scratch ticket yields $150,000

B.C. woman's scratch ticket yields $150,000

Lenora Bousfield made the lucky scratch over the holidays
B.C. drivers to receive a one-time ICBC rebate cheque, averaging $190

B.C. drivers to receive a one-time ICBC rebate cheque, averaging $190

Money will start to roll out at the beginning of March
B.C. mayors want homes for people with severe mental health, addictions challenges

B.C. mayors want homes for people with severe mental health, addictions challenges

Mayors call for five sites across province, including two in Lower Mainland

Man convicted of killing Japanese student in Vancouver to get new trial

VANCOUVER — A man convicted of second-degree murder and interfering with a body in the death of a Japanese student in Vancouver will receive a new trial.
New COVID-19 variants raise questions about B.C. school safety

New COVID-19 variants raise questions about B.C. school safety

Garibaldi Secondary School case has turned up the heat on calls for mask mandate, rapid testing. But what does Dr. Bonnie Henry say?