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Watchdog asks Crown to consider charges against five officers in death of B.C. man

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is asking Crown counsel to consider use of force and obstruction charges against five police officers after the death of a Prince George man while in custody.

B.C. applauds federal government stand on delaying cruise ships until October

VICTORIA — British Columbia announced four new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths on Friday. A joint statement from Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.
B.C.’s deadliest nursing home outbreak frustrates health officials

B.C.’s deadliest nursing home outbreak frustrates health officials

Death toll climbing day by day at Langley Lodge

Safety board wants more oversight, training in wake of 2019 tug sinking in B.C.

VANCOUVER — The Transportation Safety Board says the sinking of a tug and its barge on B.C.
New site is one-stop shop for B.C. workers, farmers, during pandemic

New site is one-stop shop for B.C. workers, farmers, during pandemic

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has created a new online resource to help the province's agricultural sector find workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. A statement from the Ministry of Agriculture says the B.C.
B.C. health officials say quick steps taken to help protect care homes

B.C. health officials say quick steps taken to help protect care homes

VICTORIA — The deaths of two more COVID-19 patients at long-term care homes in B.C. were mourned by provincial health officials Thursday, but they said lives may have been saved by the province's quick response to the pandemic.
B.C. takes COVID-19 precautions as it moves to restart in-person court hearings

B.C. takes COVID-19 precautions as it moves to restart in-person court hearings

B.C. takes precautions as it moves to restart in-person court hearings

VICTORIA — Courthouses and courtrooms around British Columbia are being assessed to ensure they meet health and safety requirements as the province moves to resume in-person hearings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

B.C. forests watchdog finds sediment from road work affecting fish habitat

VICTORIA — An investigation by British Columbia's independent forestry watchdog has found that sediment from roads posed a high risk to fish habitat in three of five watersheds it assessed.

New cat virus found at B.C. SPCA prompts science journal publication

VANCOUVER — The outbreak of a fast-spreading disease at the SPCA's animal centre in Vancouver has led to the discovery of a new feline virus that affected 43 cats in B.C.
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