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B.C. liquor servers to get pay boost on par with general minimum wage increase

B.C. liquor servers to get pay boost on par with general minimum wage increase

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says the province's lowest-paid workers, liquor servers, are getting a pay boost to match the general minimum wage that's also set to increase in June.
BC Cancer Foundation making testicular cancer top of mind

BC Cancer Foundation making testicular cancer top of mind

New Ballsy Ribbon is available exclusively at London Drugs stores this month
Burnaby pharmacy apologizes after giving expired AstraZeneca vaccines to customers

Burnaby pharmacy apologizes after giving expired AstraZeneca vaccines to customers

Save-On-Foods says it's working on ensuring this doesn't happen again
High-school teacher in 100 Mile House charged with child exploitation

High-school teacher in 100 Mile House charged with child exploitation

Vincent Collins arrested following allegations involving a young female
Restaurants welcome funding shot as province puts $50M into 'circuit breaker' aid

Restaurants welcome funding shot as province puts $50M into 'circuit breaker' aid

Applications will open the week of April 12 and will close on June 4, or until the funds are dispersed.
B.C. workplaces with COVID-19 outbreaks could be ordered to temporarily close

B.C. workplaces with COVID-19 outbreaks could be ordered to temporarily close

Workplaces, particularly in the Lower Mainland, are one of the most common areas where transmission is occurring, and it spans many sectors, according to Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Vancouver police name victim following city's fourth homicide of 2021

Vancouver police name victim following city's fourth homicide of 2021

VANCOUVER — Police have identified a 37-year-old Vancouver man as the city's latest homicide victim. A statement from Vancouver police says 37-year-old Robinson Russ was fatally stabbed on April 4. Const.
PM: It’s up to provinces to 'make the right decisions' amid surging COVID-19 cases

PM: It’s up to provinces to 'make the right decisions' amid surging COVID-19 cases

Trudeau won't commit to stepping in on behalf of provinces
Stormy weather: Man spots 'baby twister' moving across B.C. waters

Stormy weather: Man spots 'baby twister' moving across B.C. waters

"Tis the season!"
British Columbia targets workplace outbreaks, sets daily record of COVID-19 cases

British Columbia targets workplace outbreaks, sets daily record of COVID-19 cases

VANCOUVER — British Columbia launched new strategies targeting workplace outbreaks of COVID-19 and screening for its variants on Thursday as some called for more aggressive action.