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B.C. teachers, parents want data on COVID-19 in schools to be publicly available

B.C. teachers, parents want data on COVID-19 in schools to be publicly available

VANCOUVER — Parents and educators are anxious about no longer receiving notices about COVID-19 exposure in schools even as the number of overall cases in the province is expected to rise this fall, the head of the B.C.
BC teachers want more to make sure schools are safe during pandemic

BC teachers want more to make sure schools are safe during pandemic

The head of the BC Teachers' Federation says more needs to be done to protect teachers and students

Mayor of Surrey, B.C., alleges he was run over by vehicle after being accosted

SURREY, B.C. — The mayor of Surrey, B.C., says he was "verbally assaulted" and hit by a car on Saturday. Doug McCallum says the incident happened when he was out grocery shopping. He says he was accosted and then "run over by a vehicle.
Doug McCallum goes toe-to-toe with police critics, “run over” by car

Doug McCallum goes toe-to-toe with police critics, “run over” by car

Surrey’s mayor claims he was injured by a vehicle while grocery shopping
Smoky skies bulletin expands to all of southeastern B.C.

Smoky skies bulletin expands to all of southeastern B.C.

Wildfires continue to burn in the province's interior.
Candlelight vigil for Langley, B.C., mom and teacher missing for a week

Candlelight vigil for Langley, B.C., mom and teacher missing for a week

LANGLEY, B.C. — Friendsand family of a missing Langley, B.C., woman are planning a candlelight vigil more than a week after her mysterious disappearance. RCMP say Naomi Onotera was last seen Aug.
Police investigate death of youth found critically injured on B.C. high school field

Police investigate death of youth found critically injured on B.C. high school field

PENTICTON, B.C. — RCMP are investigating the death of a critically injured teen or young man whose body was discovered on the grounds of a high school in Penticton, B.C. Staff Sgt.

People returning home after B.C. wildfire encouraged to connect with others, get help

VERNON, B.C. — Residents returning home after the destructive White Rock Lake wildfire in British Columbia's Interior are being encouraged to connect with family and neighbours or reach out to a mental health help line.
Here is what you need to do before the B.C. vaccine passport order goes into effect

Here is what you need to do before the B.C. vaccine passport order goes into effect

Everything you need to know before Sept. 13.
B.C. reports three deaths, 671 new cases of COVID-19

B.C. reports three deaths, 671 new cases of COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 671 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths.