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Charges laid after 6,000 medical masks allegedly stolen from retirement home

VANCOUVER — A man has been charged after police say more than 6,000 face masks and containers of hand sanitizer were stolen from a Vancouver retirement home. Const. Tania Visintin says the alleged theft happened April 29 at Terraces on 7th.
B.C. Premier Horgan reaches out to NHL to offer place to play if NHL returns

B.C. Premier Horgan reaches out to NHL to offer place to play if NHL returns

B.C. schools to have ‘full re-launch in September’

B.C. schools to have ‘full re-launch in September’

Youth baseball could be back this summer, B.C. health officer says

Youth baseball could be back this summer, B.C. health officer says

B.C. to hold consultations on the 2021 budget but all gatherings will be virtual

VICTORIA — British Columbia's all-party legislative committee will hold public consultations on the upcoming provincial budget despite restrictions by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gangs producing drugs to get around border closures: Vancouver police

VANCOUVER — Gangs may be turning to producing illegal drugs in an effort to get around pandemic border closures and scrutiny on shipping routes, Vancouver police say.
B.C. slashes home school funding by 21 per cent as of July 1

B.C. slashes home school funding by 21 per cent as of July 1

Search for man, two vehicles after 'suspicious incident' in Quesnel, B.C.

QUESNEL, B.C. — Major crimes detectives have joined a missing person investigation in British Columbia's Interior looking into the disappearance of a man that RCMP say is suspicious.

B.C. Premier John Horgan set to announce slow reopening of economy in pandemic

VICTORIA — British Columbia is expected to announce plans today for a gradual reopening of services, but the provincial health officer warns people should stay in their social "bubble" to prevent a surge of COVID-19 cases. Earlier this week, Dr.

B.C. hasn't yet found contract-tracing apps worth considering: doctor

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says "everybody and their dog" has come up with some kind of contact-tracing app for COVID-19 but the province hasn't found any that would meet its needs. Dr.
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