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Federal vaccine mandate sparks talk of what B.C. will do

Federal vaccine mandate sparks talk of what B.C. will do

"We’re looking at all measures to protect people and keep communities safe," says B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix
Peer support offers a lifeline for those struggling with eating disorders

Peer support offers a lifeline for those struggling with eating disorders

North Vancouver MLA says she knows from personal experience, the illness feeds on isolation and silence
London Drugs collecting used computers to help students

London Drugs collecting used computers to help students

While the highest demand is for laptops, desktops, tablets and mobile phones will also be accepted.

Police investigating suspected targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Police say a male victim is in hospital after a shooting in Surrey, B.C. The RCMP say officers responded to a shots fired call on 152nd Street just after midnight.

Police investigating early Saturday morning fatal stabbing in Whistler, B.C.

WHISTLER, B.C. — British Columbia's homicide team is investigating the fatal stabbing of a 26-year-old man in Whistler.
$15 million Lotto Max winning ticket sold in Vancouver

$15 million Lotto Max winning ticket sold in Vancouver

Friday's jackpot draw produces instant millionaire
IHIT seeks witnesses following Whistler stabbing death

IHIT seeks witnesses following Whistler stabbing death

There is no current risk to the public, say police
B.C. reports 717 cases of COVID-19, three new outbreaks in seniors' care facilities

B.C. reports 717 cases of COVID-19, three new outbreaks in seniors' care facilities

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 717 new cases of COVID-19, pushing the number of active infections in the province to 4,277.
UBC president announces support for mandatory vaccines, masks for September semester

UBC president announces support for mandatory vaccines, masks for September semester

The university will also have rapid testing and vaccination clinics at both campuses
Old-growth protesters allege RCMP's Fairy Creek actions defy recent court order

Old-growth protesters allege RCMP's Fairy Creek actions defy recent court order

As of Aug. 12, 597 individuals — 39 of whom have been previously arrested — have been arrested.