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Vaccinating B.C.'s essential workers sooner could save over 600 lives: study

Vaccinating B.C.'s essential workers sooner could save over 600 lives: study

Bumping essential workers up the vaccine queue could prevent over 200,000 infections and save over 600 lives across British Columbia, according to a new study from a Simon Fraser University researcher
Camping reservations to open soon for B.C. residents

Camping reservations to open soon for B.C. residents

People who live in British Columbia will have priority access.
B.C. high school student sent home, told her outfit is too 'distracting'

B.C. high school student sent home, told her outfit is too 'distracting'

The 17-year-old came home in tears, her father says.
B.C. nurse suspended for misleading clients, making 'disparaging comments' about others in health care

B.C. nurse suspended for misleading clients, making 'disparaging comments' about others in health care

On the Tru HealthSpan website, Sheryl Yaremco is described as an "integrative and restorative health practitioner."
Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Squeezed retailers may liquidate or merge

Savvy, nimble operators could find opportunities amidst pandemic carnage that are impossible to resist

Family of woman alleging racism at B.C. hospital say review won't be released

TERRACE, B.C. — The family of a pregnant Indigenous woman who alleges she was turned away from a northern British Columbia hospital and later gave birth to a stillborn baby says a review of the incident must be made public.

Two-vehicle collision east of Fraser Lake, B.C., kills one man, injures another

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The RCMP say a crash on Highway 16 west of Prince George has killed a Metro Vancouver man and injured a 20-year-old Alberta resident.
You can buy this 30-foot falcon sculpture for a cool $250,000

You can buy this 30-foot falcon sculpture for a cool $250,000

It's similar to one on display in Dollywood right now
COVID-19 outbreak spreads at Vancouver hospital, affecting 16 patients, 13 staff

COVID-19 outbreak spreads at Vancouver hospital, affecting 16 patients, 13 staff

VANCOUVER — Two more units have been added to a COVID-19 outbreak declared at Vancouver General Hospital.
Former teacher charged with sex offences found dead on Quadra Island

Former teacher charged with sex offences found dead on Quadra Island

Michael Andreassen Gregory, 57, of De Winton, Alta., was charged with six counts of sexual assault and 11 counts of sexual exploitation last week.
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