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Coroner's report says B.C.-born teenage actor died from fentanyl overdose

VANCOUVER — A B.C. coroner's report says teenage actor Logan Williams, who played the young Barry Allen in CW's "The Flash," died from a fentanyl overdose. Williams, who was born in Coquitlam, B.C., was 16 when he died on April 2, 2020.

B.C. to review death of 70-year-old woman at Kamloops hospital

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's health minister says the government will review the death of a 70-year-old woman while she was waiting for care at a hospital in Kamloops on Wednesday.
Refusing COVID-19 vaccine hurts wider population, B.C. health minister says

Refusing COVID-19 vaccine hurts wider population, B.C. health minister says

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's health minister admonished on Thursday those who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and have staged protests against the province's vaccine passport outside hospitals.
Off-duty officer saves toddler's life on side of B.C. highway

Off-duty officer saves toddler's life on side of B.C. highway

A story of being in the right place at the right time.
Dix won't say whether any changes are coming to B.C. hospital after woman dies in emergency waiting room

Dix won't say whether any changes are coming to B.C. hospital after woman dies in emergency waiting room

A 70-year-old woman died while waiting for care outside the emergency room at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops.
Employment scams on the rise during COVID-19: Better Business Bureau

Employment scams on the rise during COVID-19: Better Business Bureau

The bureau said that identity theft is a common outcome of job scams, as scammers often steal job seekers’ personal information in order to open bank accounts to further their fraud.
Where do Canada's political parties stand on climate change?

Where do Canada's political parties stand on climate change?

Reading through pages of party platforms can be time-consuming. We break down each party's stance on specific issues tied to climate change.
More than 1.1M B.C. vaccine cards distributed since Tuesday

More than 1.1M B.C. vaccine cards distributed since Tuesday

Vaccination certificates go into effect next week.
B.C. opens consultation on anti-racism legislation as groups praise data collection

B.C. opens consultation on anti-racism legislation as groups praise data collection

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is asking residents to provide input on proposed anti-racism legislation as members of marginalized communities say the collection of data will help groups flourish.
Casino money-laundering whistleblower speaks today

Casino money-laundering whistleblower speaks today

Former BCLC investigator and AML boss Ross Alderson is now set to testify