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15,000 new residents proposed for Vancouver's Jericho Lands in West Point Grey

After years of consultation and speculation, the City of Vancouver unveiled plans Monday for the Jericho Lands on the city's West Side which would more than...

B.C. records 2nd highest number of monthly overdose deaths

British Columbia recorded 184 suspected overdose deaths in July, tied for the second highest monthly number in the province's history. The announcement Wednesday by the...

B.C. backtracks on 99% vaccination claim for adults under 30 in Vancouver Coastal Health

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control has clarified figures on the percentage of people who have been vaccinated following questions by CBC News about their accuracy. On Sept. 23,...

TransLink sets 2028 as the goal for a completed SkyTrain extension to Langley

The mayor of Surrey and the head of the TransLink Mayors' Council have different characterizations of the SkyTrain extension to Langley City, with a completion date...

Conservative losses in Metro Vancouver suburbs mark biggest change for B.C. in status-quo election

Did we learn anything?It was the dominant question from coast to coast on election night Monday, as a campaign that began with many wondering why...

COVID-19 in British Columbia by the numbers

(Note: as of Sept. 10, 2021, this page and many of the charts in them will be updated less frequently, on a monthly or longer basis) As the...

B.C. housing experts cautious on whether campaign policies will change affordability crisis

It's the first election campaign in B.C. with housing affordability at the forefront — unless you count the last provincial election.Or the one before that....

Greens hope to maintain 2 seats on Vancouver Island where NDP dominated last federal election

Vancouver Island has always been a place of stark differences.From inland mountains to the thin stretch of flat land along the Strait of Georgia, towns...

Big ridings but few close seats: the federal election in B.C.'s north and Interior

There's always hope beyond Hope, especially when you're a political party wanting to win an election. But whether there will be any changes to the political...

Unvaccinated in B.C. hospitalized for COVID-19 at a rate 17 times higher than fully vaccinated

New vaccine data provided by the B.C. government shows the province's fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is primarily — though not exclusively — a pandemic...

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