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RCMP tactical team moves in to remove Trans Mountain protesters from Burnaby trees

RCMP tactical team moves in to remove Trans Mountain protesters from Burnaby trees

Trees have been occupied for more than a year
Concerns prompt B.C. to return to notifying schools, parents about COVID exposures

Concerns prompt B.C. to return to notifying schools, parents about COVID exposures

VICTORIA — British Columbia is reversing course on notifying parents about COVID-19 exposures at schools after the provincial health officer previously said reporting of single cases caused too much anxiety. Dr.
Health authorities change tack on school COVID reporting, citing parent feedback

Health authorities change tack on school COVID reporting, citing parent feedback

The goal is to notify schools in a 'timely, less intrusive and more sustainable way,' Dr. Bonnie Henry said
Dr. Bonnie Henry urges pregnant women to get vaccinated

Dr. Bonnie Henry urges pregnant women to get vaccinated

The message follows the news that a number of young women who are pregnant are in intensive care.
Recovered from COVID? B.C.’s top doctors says you should still get vaxxed

Recovered from COVID? B.C.’s top doctors says you should still get vaxxed

Dr. Bonnie Henry also urges pregnant women to get vaccinated
Eviction rate raises concerns over Lower Mainland economy

Eviction rate raises concerns over Lower Mainland economy

Rental instability in Metro Vancouver is a danger sign, warns urban development expert.
Conservatives biggest losers in B.C. on election night

Conservatives biggest losers in B.C. on election night

Conservatives lost seats in Greater Vancouver to Liberals, NDP.
Suspect arrested in fatal north Okanagan shooting near Vernon, B.C.: RCMP

Suspect arrested in fatal north Okanagan shooting near Vernon, B.C.: RCMP

VERNON, B.C. — One person has been killed in a shooting near Vernon, B.C. RCMP say they responded to reports of a vehicle fleeing the scene of a possible shooting on Monday. A body was discovered when officers arrived.
B.C. fishermen say Ottawa has cast them adrift

B.C. fishermen say Ottawa has cast them adrift

Industry claims feds have failed to provide “just transition” for commercial sector.
Schools in Salmon Arm, B.C., maintain some safety measures after anti-vax protest

Schools in Salmon Arm, B.C., maintain some safety measures after anti-vax protest

SALMON ARM, B.C. — The main doors of many public schools in Salmon Arm, B.C., will remain locked Tuesday but the school district says it has lifted "hold and secure" measures in place since a disturbing protest last week.