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COVID-19 outbreak declared at poultry processing plant in Surrey, B.C.

Fraser Health officials have declared a COVID-19 outbreak at a poultry processing plant in Surrey, B.C. Officials say in a news release that 29 staff...

No fines handed out at first B.C. COVID-19 roadblock, as checks move across province

The Mounties in British Columbia say no cars were forced to turn around at a roadblock in place to ensure residentsabide by travel restrictions due...

Surge in 'backyard loggers' is causing more outages, BC Hydro warns

A new report from BC Hydro says a concerning trend is emerging as British Columbians seek relief from COVID-19 restrictions by sprucing up the yards...

Vancouver Canucks to move AHL team from New York to Abbotsford

The Vancouver Canucks are looking to move their American Hockey League affiliate from New York to Abbotsford, B.C. The Canucks announced their intention to relocate...

First ever image of B117 coronavirus variant captured by UBC researchers

The first images of a mutation on a COVID-19 variant of concern have been captured by University of British Columbia researchers, who say the photos...

B.C. MLA Mike Bernier tests positive for COVID-19

A B.C. Liberal legislator says he and his family have tested positive for COVID-19. Mike Bernier, who represents Peace River South and acts as the finance...

B.C. minister Kash Heed next up to testify at money-laundering inquiry

A former British Columbia cabinet minister and police chief will be the latest high-profile politician to testify today at the public inquiry into money laundering....

Activists to appeal injunction against old-growth logging blockades on Vancouver Island

A group of activists maintaining blockades aimed at preventing old-growth trees from being logged have filed a notice to appeal a British Columbia Supreme Court...

B.C. working to house people camping in Vancouver park as deadline to leave looms

British Columbia's housing minister says campers in Vancouver's Strathcona Park can either choose to accept the housing they are offered or leave the park by...

PPE manufacturers team up to lobby government to create industry standards

Some of Canada's largest medical mask manufacturers have joined forces to lobby government to establish industry standards for personal protective equipment. The Canadian Association of...

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