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B.C.'s Moderna supply ramping up as Pfizer faces 'upcoming challenges'

B.C.'s Moderna supply ramping up as Pfizer faces 'upcoming challenges'

Pfizer doses expected to plunge in early July
Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

VICTORIA — British Columbia's legal cannabis operators will be allowed to deliver directly to buyers starting on July 15.
Address artificial intelligence threats, politicians told

Address artificial intelligence threats, politicians told

‘We must first ensure trust and transparency’ – privacy commissioner
B.C. to allow private cannabis retailers to deliver products to customers

B.C. to allow private cannabis retailers to deliver products to customers

Since 2018, the B.C. government has completed security screening on more than 7,000 prospective cannabis workers and it has not found any significant risk of links to organized crime, according to the government. 
Couple gifts $500 to every Grade 12 student in this B.C. school district

Couple gifts $500 to every Grade 12 student in this B.C. school district

Donors ask students to use funds 'where you see fit'
Joshua Whitehead's Indigiqueer novel 'Jonny Appleseed' optioned for the screen

Joshua Whitehead's Indigiqueer novel 'Jonny Appleseed' optioned for the screen

VANCOUVER — Joshua Whitehead's celebrated debut novel "Jonny Appleseed" has been optioned for the screen.
B.C. spending $1 million to fix up Coquihalla highway bathrooms

B.C. spending $1 million to fix up Coquihalla highway bathrooms

In-class K-12 instruction will return to 'near normal' by September

In-class K-12 instruction will return to 'near normal' by September

No decision about mask requirements in schools has been made yet.
Detained refugee family allegedly defrauded by immigration consultant to be deported

Detained refugee family allegedly defrauded by immigration consultant to be deported

A family on the brink of deportation allege they were scammed by an immigration consultant. As they await a return to Colombia and violent threats on their life, some are saying the government needs to crack down on shady consultants.
Victoria dog reunited with its family days after becoming lost while escaping attack

Victoria dog reunited with its family days after becoming lost while escaping attack

VICTORIA — A dog is safe at home days after it was separated from its owner as they ran from a violent attack near downtown Victoria.