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B.C. records 358 new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths

B.C. health officials announced 358 new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths on Tuesday.In a written statement, the provincial government said there are currently 2,889 active...

Canadian field hockey team stuck in South Africa trying to find its way home

A junior field hockey team from Canada stranded in South Africa is hoping to come back home by the end of the week after the newly discovered coronavirus variant...

B.C. records 970 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 more deaths over 3 days

B.C. health officials announced 970 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 more deaths over the last three days.The breakdown of new cases is as follows: ...

Relentless rain prompts more evacuation orders as B.C. braces for 3rd consecutive storm

THE LATEST: The third in a series of Pacific storms bringing heavy rainfall to already-flooded areas of southwest B.C. is due to arrive Tuesday, with...

Greater Victoria residents asked to stay out of water at 2 locations due to wastewater discharge

Residents in Greater Victoria are being advised not to enter the water at two shoreline locations due to wastewater discharge after heavy rain. The two affected...

Justin Trudeau to visit B.C.'s flood-damaged Fraser Valley

THE LATEST: The prime minister will visit B.C. on Friday to meet with provincial officials and talk to those affected by widespread floods and landslides. ...

Kelowna RCMP apologizes for failing to investigate sexual assault complaint at university campus

The RCMP superintendent in Kelowna, B.C. has apologized to a woman at the University of British Columbia's Okanagan campus for failing to properly investigate her complaint...

First Merritt, B.C., evacuees return home

About 1,500 residents of Merritt, B.C., were allowed to return to their homes Tuesday, a week after the entire city of 7,000 was forced to...

Board of trade urges restaurateurs to remain calm as supply chain issues begin to affect them

The Greater Vancouver Board of Trade says it supports the province's decision to temporarily restrict access to gas and is urging businesses to stay calm and...

Children aged 5 to 11 to begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines in B.C. next week

British Columbia is going to start vaccinating children aged five to 11 against COVID-19 next week, the province says.Officials said Tuesday invitations to book appointments...

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