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B.C. restart proving challenging in Whistler

B.C. restart proving challenging in Whistler

An exhausted workforce and businesses buried in debt creating perfect storm 
B.C. public health officials prepare to manage COVID-19 differently in the future

B.C. public health officials prepare to manage COVID-19 differently in the future

VANCOUVER — The future of COVID-19 could look a lot like seasonal flus or other common illnesses like measles or pneumonia, British Columbia's deputy provincial health officer says. Dr.
B.C. dog found after missing for five days (VIDEO)

B.C. dog found after missing for five days (VIDEO)

'We were crying and smiling and just all the happiness.'
Prominent Vancouver lawyer Paul Doroshenko issued suspension for misconduct

Prominent Vancouver lawyer Paul Doroshenko issued suspension for misconduct

Doroshenko has a Queen’s Counsel designation from 2017
First Nations group wants to intervene in human rights case against Vancouver police

First Nations group wants to intervene in human rights case against Vancouver police

VANCOUVER — The Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs has launched an effort to gain intervener status in a human rights case involving an Indigenous man and his granddaughter over their treatment by Vancouver police while they tried to open a bank account.
B.C. ranks among highest in world in COVID-19 first-dose shots, say health officials

B.C. ranks among highest in world in COVID-19 first-dose shots, say health officials

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say the province ranks among the highest in the world in the number of people who have their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Here are 5 of the 'rattiest' disputes between B.C. landlords and tenants

Here are 5 of the 'rattiest' disputes between B.C. landlords and tenants

One tenant said they had cockroaches, mice and rats!
Tk'emlups chief says more unmarked graveyards will be found, pledges support for other First Nations

Tk'emlups chief says more unmarked graveyards will be found, pledges support for other First Nations

'We understand the deep wounds that these findings and investigations open up for survivors and intergenerational survivors'
Ex-casino CEO and actress wife plead guilty to vaccine scheme; fined $500

Ex-casino CEO and actress wife plead guilty to vaccine scheme; fined $500

Millionaire couple struck deal with prosecutor and does not apologize directly to First Nation
Band gathering experts, preparing budgets in wake of unmarked graves discovered in Kamloops

Band gathering experts, preparing budgets in wake of unmarked graves discovered in Kamloops

Kukpi7 Rosanne Casimir says much of the work so far has involved outreach and having initial conversations about the findings.