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B.C. COVID-19 vaccine card could help loosen some pandemic restrictions: Henry

B.C. COVID-19 vaccine card could help loosen some pandemic restrictions: Henry

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's top doctor says she hopes the COVID-19 vaccine card system that came into effect Monday could support the loosening of some pandemic-related restrictions, including indoor capacity limits, in the coming weeks.
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on third COVID-19 vaccine dose for some B.C. residents

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on third COVID-19 vaccine dose for some B.C. residents

The people in this first group will receive a text notifying them to go into any clinic in B.C. to get their third dose this week.
B.C. making COVID-19 vaccine a 'condition of employment' for all health-care workers

B.C. making COVID-19 vaccine a 'condition of employment' for all health-care workers

The new mandatory vaccination order will apply to a wide section of health-care workers, students and volunteers, and will come into effect Oct. 26.
B.C. drops budget deficit forecast, but points to uneven, uncertain pandemic recovery

B.C. drops budget deficit forecast, but points to uneven, uncertain pandemic recovery

VICTORIA — The health and economic risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic cast uncertainty on the financial horizon in British Columbia despite signs of recovery, says Finance Minister Selina Robinson. B.C.
B.C. sees 'improved economic outlook' in province’s first 2021 quarterly finance report

B.C. sees 'improved economic outlook' in province’s first 2021 quarterly finance report

Real GDP growth for the year has been upgraded to 6% from 4.4%

B.C. police watchdog called after armed man fatally shot on Vancouver Island

VICTORIA — Police on Vancouver Island say British Columbia's police watchdog has been called to investigate after an officer fatally shot an armed man on Sunday.
Cops for Cancer Tour de North riders preparing for Friday sendoff, bound for Prince Rupert

Cops for Cancer Tour de North riders preparing for Friday sendoff, bound for Prince Rupert

Fundraising ride to beat childhood cancer has raised $47.8 million since 1997
RCMP make 27 more arrests at B.C. old-growth logging blockades

RCMP make 27 more arrests at B.C. old-growth logging blockades

PORT RENFREW, B.C. — RCMP enforcement of a B.C. Supreme Court injunction against blockades set up to prevent old-growth logging on Vancouver Island continued this weekend.
9/11 20 years later: Terrorist attacks put Delta on high alert

9/11 20 years later: Terrorist attacks put Delta on high alert

Until the horror of that Tuesday morning, the then municipality gave little thought on its international port of entries
9/11 20 years later: Delta firefighters recall their trip to New York

9/11 20 years later: Delta firefighters recall their trip to New York

Visits over several months was to attend funerals and provide emotional support