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B.C. auditor general postpones 10 performance audits, cites pandemic

B.C. auditor general postpones 10 performance audits, cites pandemic

VICTORIA — British Columbia's auditor general says COVID-19 is largely behind the postponement of 10 performance audits and potential delays to future reviews of the government's response to the pandemic.
'Some kind of mistake or joke,' says Coquitlam woman infuriated over $1 ICBC rebate cheque

'Some kind of mistake or joke,' says Coquitlam woman infuriated over $1 ICBC rebate cheque

Sending out cheques for $1 is a waste of money, woman says, after receiving a smaller cheque than she expected for insuring two cars last year; the province had said when the ICBC rebate was announced that cheques would be between $25 and $400
Whistler Blackcomb outlines refund rules

Whistler Blackcomb outlines refund rules

Resort stakeholders plan response to sudden closure of mountains and three-week pause for indoor dining
Squamish crews rescue a man who fell from Stawamus Chief

Squamish crews rescue a man who fell from Stawamus Chief

Rescuers are also preparing for a greater influx of backcountry recreationalists, following Whistler Blackcomb's closure.
Man dies buried in snow following avalanche east of Williams Lake

Man dies buried in snow following avalanche east of Williams Lake

SAR crews still responding as site has been deemed unsafe
El Chapo, Hezbollah and triads deluged RCMP in Vancouver, inquiry hears

El Chapo, Hezbollah and triads deluged RCMP in Vancouver, inquiry hears

Money laundering in casinos was triaged by federal police, who were tracking “massive” amounts of money flowing through transnational organized crime in Vancouver
Pfizer accelerates summer vaccine deliveries, moves up 5m doses to June

Pfizer accelerates summer vaccine deliveries, moves up 5m doses to June

Canada set to receive largest number of deliveries to date this week
Updated: Whistler Blackcomb closed for three weeks

Updated: Whistler Blackcomb closed for three weeks

Rising cases in Whistler cited for temporary closure
Restrictions banning indoor dining are 'knee-capping' B.C. restaurants, owners say

Restrictions banning indoor dining are 'knee-capping' B.C. restaurants, owners say

New order goes into effect at midnight tonight.
Accused in Saturday's North Vancouver stabbing attack had no links to community (VIDEO)

Accused in Saturday's North Vancouver stabbing attack had no links to community (VIDEO)

Yannick Bandaogo had no fixed address and outstanding warrants in Winnipeg and Quebec before Saturday's stabbing spree near the Lynn Valley library.