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B.C. Lions trade up to take linebacker Jordan Williams with first overall pick in draft

B.C. Lions trade up to take linebacker Jordan Williams with first overall pick in draft

B.C. RCMP issues warning after seizing 1,500 unauthorized COVID-19 tests

B.C. RCMP issues warning after seizing 1,500 unauthorized COVID-19 tests

RICHMOND, B.C. — Health Canada and the RCMP have seized more than 1,500 unauthorized COVID-19 test kits from a British Columbia resident.

What expanding social contact could look like in B.C.'s next pandemic phase

VICTORIA — There won't be indoor parties this summer in British Columbia, but Dr. Bonnie Henry gave some hints at what broadening social circles could look like in the next stage of pandemic response.
B.C. defers stumpage fees for 3 months to aid forest industry during pandemic

B.C. defers stumpage fees for 3 months to aid forest industry during pandemic

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is deferring a timber harvesting fee charged to forest companies in an effort to help the struggling industry survive during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Police say all leads exhausted in fire that destroyed B.C. heritage hotel

Victoria police say there are no more leads to pursue in an arson fire last year that destroyed an abandoned century-old hotel.
Former Green leader Andrew Weaver wins appeal in defamation lawsuit

Former Green leader Andrew Weaver wins appeal in defamation lawsuit

VANCOUVER — Former B.C. Green leader Andrew Weaver has been granted an appeal in a defamation lawsuit against a retired geography professor. In a unanimous decision released Thursday, the B.C.

B.C.'s high court denies judicial review; transgender inmate faces deportation

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Court of Appeal says it is time to stop the "endless merry-go-round of judicial reviews and subsequent reconsiderations" by denying another request to stop the extradition of a transgender inmate.
Horgan says details of plan to reopen B.C. during pandemic coming next week

Horgan says details of plan to reopen B.C. during pandemic coming next week

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan says he will outline details next week about reopening British Columbia during the COVID-19 pandemic as workers at two additional poultry processing plants were reported to have tested positive for the virus.
B.C. farmed salmon donated to food banks

B.C. farmed salmon donated to food banks

'Suspected' explosive device detonated after traffic stop: Vancouver police

VANCOUVER — A traffic stop by Vancouver police led to a device being detonated by the bomb squad on Tuesday.