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Auditor general raises long-running concern with B.C. government's budget accounting

Auditor general raises long-running concern with B.C. government's budget accounting

VICTORIA — Auditor general Michael Pickup says he has long-running concerns with the way the British Columbia government counts the money it receives from other levels of government.
Rapid response teams in place to support COVID-19 safety in B.C. schools

Rapid response teams in place to support COVID-19 safety in B.C. schools

VICTORIA — Education Minister Jennifer Whiteside says six new rapid response teams will help schools in B.C. identify gaps in COVID-19 safety plans to help reduce exposure risk.
Here is what Phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout will look like in B.C. (Infographics)

Here is what Phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout will look like in B.C. (Infographics)

Reach out to someone in your life who is eligible and help them get vaccinated.
Hospital cleaning staff waiting for vaccine, part of Phase 2

Hospital cleaning staff waiting for vaccine, part of Phase 2

Dr. Bonnie Henry says the ministry is looking at which jobs are the most at risk for infections and outbreaks.
Homicide team joins probe into death of 11-year-old injured in his Fraser Valley home

Homicide team joins probe into death of 11-year-old injured in his Fraser Valley home

AGASSIZ, B.C. — An autopsy is expected after the death of an 11-year-old boy severely injured several days ago at his family's home east of Vancouver.

Third youth arrested after student assaulted outside Surrey, B.C., high school

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say a third suspect has surrendered to police after a youth was assaulted with a weapon Monday in an attack outside a school in Surrey, B.C.

Two arrested after youth hurt in assault with weapon outside school in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say two youths have been arrested after a male was injured in an assault with a weapon outside a high school in Surrey, B.C.
B.C. to extend rent freeze through 2021, increase protections against 'renovictions'

B.C. to extend rent freeze through 2021, increase protections against 'renovictions'

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it will introduce legislative changes to extend a rent freeze through the end of the year, as well as stop illegal "renovictions" and improve the dispute resolution process for tenants and landlords.
Todd Bertuzzi arrested in Michigan on suspicion of DUI

Todd Bertuzzi arrested in Michigan on suspicion of DUI

The polarizing personality played for the Vancouver Canucks between 1998 and 2006.
B.C. plans to extend rent freeze to end of 2021, create barriers to renovictions

B.C. plans to extend rent freeze to end of 2021, create barriers to renovictions

Landlords will no longer be able to end tenancies for renovations that are "not substantial."