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Solving public shootings a 'top priority' for Lower Mainland police: Delta chief

Solving public shootings a 'top priority' for Lower Mainland police: Delta chief

DELTA, B.C. — The police chief in Delta, B.C., is offering comfort to community members following a spate of public shootings in the Lower Mainland, saying officers across the region are working together to solve the crimes.
COVID-19 pandemic fears spawn 'hygiene theatre'

COVID-19 pandemic fears spawn 'hygiene theatre'

Cleaning surfaces offers sense of security but little virus transmission prevention: experts
COVID-19 second-dose vaccine wait times may drop with more supply, says Dr. Henry

COVID-19 second-dose vaccine wait times may drop with more supply, says Dr. Henry

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say shorter wait times between first and second COVID-19 vaccine shots for people are expected with the arrival of more than one million doses in May. Provincial health officer Dr.

Watchdog investigates death of woman in Vancouver police custody

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has been called in to investigate the death of a woman who was in the custody of Vancouver police.
COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters 'warp speed'

COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters 'warp speed'

Province due to accept 275,000 doses from Pfizer this week
Squamish resident wins $75,000 in lotto

Squamish resident wins $75,000 in lotto

Catherine Webster bought her winning ticket at the Sea to Sky Town Pantry on Garibaldi Way.
B.C. police services director skirted standard procedure in appointing Hells Angels-connected board member

B.C. police services director skirted standard procedure in appointing Hells Angels-connected board member

Appointment of Semiahmoo First Nation Chief to Surrey Police Board highlights a process rushed for political expediency, critics charge.
Don't be alarmed: B.C. to test wireless emergency system today

Don't be alarmed: B.C. to test wireless emergency system today

'Alert Ready' system to send text message, radio and TV broadcast

Two B.C. student-aid websites shut down after possible hacking: ministry

VICTORIA — The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training says it has temporarily shut down two British Columbia websites after both appear to have been compromised.
Suicidal thoughts remain high among Canadians during pandemic

Suicidal thoughts remain high among Canadians during pandemic

41% of those surveyed report their mental health has declined in past year.