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Nearly 200 passengers arriving at YVR fined for refusing mandatory hotel quarantine

Nearly 200 passengers arriving at YVR fined for refusing mandatory hotel quarantine

The fine for refusing to go to a government authorized hotel is $3,000
Legislation to keep youth who overdose in care will return after consultation: premier

Legislation to keep youth who overdose in care will return after consultation: premier

Allayah Thomas died in her friend's home on April 14 after taking what her mother said was heroin and fentanyl.
Penticton council writes letter to premier seeking intervention in shelter dispute

Penticton council writes letter to premier seeking intervention in shelter dispute

PENTICTON, B.C. — Officials in Penticton, B.C., are appealing to Premier John Horgan in the latest twist in a bitter dispute over a temporary shelter in the Okanagan city.
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on when indoor dining could resume in B.C. restaurants

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on when indoor dining could resume in B.C. restaurants

Public health orders regarding restaurant service in B.C. were amended at the end of March.
Police, coroner investigate skeletal human remains found in Victoria-area waterway

Police, coroner investigate skeletal human remains found in Victoria-area waterway

VICTORIA — Two police departments in the Victoria area and the B.C. Coroners Service are investigating the discovery of skeletal human remains in a local waterway.
Actor Jim Carrey gives car to crew member on Metro Vancouver film set (PHOTO)

Actor Jim Carrey gives car to crew member on Metro Vancouver film set (PHOTO)

"After a heartfelt speech a name was drawn and now Jack is a proud new owner of a brand new Trailblazer."
'What we want to see': B.C. COVID-19 case counts trending downward, vaccinations up

'What we want to see': B.C. COVID-19 case counts trending downward, vaccinations up

VICTORIA — British Columbia recorded 515 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, continuing a downward trend of infections as the vaccination rate accelerates.
B.C. didn't effectively manage conservation lands program: auditor general

B.C. didn't effectively manage conservation lands program: auditor general

VICTORIA — British Columbia failed to adequately manage a conservation lands program aimed at protecting habitats for fish and wildlife species that are some of the most diverse in Canada, the auditor general says.
UBC researchers explore what should happen to personal data, including photos and videos, after death

UBC researchers explore what should happen to personal data, including photos and videos, after death

People's digital data will last longer than they will, but what happens with it when they're no longer around?
Over 1,400 travellers were stopped at the new B.C. road checks over the weekend

Over 1,400 travellers were stopped at the new B.C. road checks over the weekend

Two people were turned away but zero fines were issued.