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U.S. pharmaceutical giants cozy up to B.C. biotechs

U.S. pharmaceutical giants cozy up to B.C. biotechs

Partnerships, acquisitions put West Coast companies in international spotlight
B.C. government offering $15M in COVID relief grants for tourism

B.C. government offering $15M in COVID relief grants for tourism

The pandemic continues to hit the tourism industry hard but they might be able to find relief with new provincial funding
B.C. photographer captures stunning 'iceberg' mirage

B.C. photographer captures stunning 'iceberg' mirage

While capturing sunset images, this photographer photographed an iceberg mirage
Few B.C. children very sick with COVID, parents urged to keep kids connected to peers

Few B.C. children very sick with COVID, parents urged to keep kids connected to peers

Most significant health effects of the pandemic have been on children's mental health
Tsunami advisories cancelled in all areas of coastal British Columbia

Tsunami advisories cancelled in all areas of coastal British Columbia

The National Tsunami Warning Center has cancelled sweeping advisories that blanketed much of coastal British Columbia on Saturday and cautioned residents to be mindful of potential strong currents and waves along local shorelines.
CN Rail chooses not to prosecute 2020 blockade participants

CN Rail chooses not to prosecute 2020 blockade participants

The blockade was held in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs fighting against the Coastal Gaslink Pipeline.

RCMP say missing B.C. woman was killed, charge 51-year-old man with murder

QUESNEL, B.C. — A man in Quesnel, B.C., has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a woman who was reported missing earlier this month. RCMP Staff Sgt.
B.C. says medical confirmation no longer required to change gender on ID cards

B.C. says medical confirmation no longer required to change gender on ID cards

The change allows two-spirit, transgender and gender-diverse British Columbians to self-declare their gender identity on ID documents

Male suffers serious wounds in Coquitlam shooting

COQUITLAM, B.C. — Mounties in Coquitlam, B.C., say a male is in hospital with serious injuries following a Friday night shooting in the city. The RCMP say in a release that it happened just before 9:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of Austin Ave.
Sex assault, voyeurism charges laid against Vancouver laser clinic employee

Sex assault, voyeurism charges laid against Vancouver laser clinic employee

The man is not allowed to be alone with any patient or client