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Tiny townhouse prototype finds a home in the Downtown Eastside

Tiny townhouse prototype finds a home in the Downtown Eastside

No one will be living in the structure, but the plan is to use it as an artist's studio and as a demonstration site.
B.C. announces vaccines sites ahead of booking COVID-19 shots appointments Monday

B.C. announces vaccines sites ahead of booking COVID-19 shots appointments Monday

VICTORIA — Health authorities across British Columbia announced locations for COVID-19 vaccine centres Sunday, the day before some of the province's oldest residents could start booking appointments to get their first shots.
Major crime unit investigates shooting death of 37-year-old Victoria-area man

Major crime unit investigates shooting death of 37-year-old Victoria-area man

METCHOSIN, B.C. — The Vancouver Island Major Crime Unit is investigating a shooting death of a 37-year-old man in the rural Victoria-area community of Metchosin, B.C. West Shore RCMP spokesman Const.
Two injured in helicopter crash on Bowen Island, B.C.: emergency health services

Two injured in helicopter crash on Bowen Island, B.C.: emergency health services

VANCOUVER — Two people were transported to hospital in serious but stable condition after a helicopter crash on Bowen Island, B.C. B.C. Emergency Health Services says in a statement that they received a call at about 10 a.m.
Dentists, teachers, bus drivers want Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in B.C.

Dentists, teachers, bus drivers want Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in B.C.

VANCOUVER — Dentists, teachers and bus drivers are among the essential workers who hope to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in British Columbia, as a provincial committee decides who should be prioritized for the shot.
B.C. tax changes affecting sugary drinks, vaping products coming into effect April 1

B.C. tax changes affecting sugary drinks, vaping products coming into effect April 1

VICTORIA — Tax changes targeting sugary drinks and e-commerce services based outside of B.C. will come into effect on April 1 after being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The B.C.
B.C. high court finds in favour of large landowner in fight over access to lakes

B.C. high court finds in favour of large landowner in fight over access to lakes

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's highest court has sided with the largest private landowner in the province in a dispute over public access to public land. In a unanimous ruling, a panel of the B.C.
North Vancouver massage therapist suspended for not wearing mask

North Vancouver massage therapist suspended for not wearing mask

Edgemont therapist also alleged to have made 'sexualized' comments during appointments
Free online Scotia Girls HockeyFest features Canadian stars

Free online Scotia Girls HockeyFest features Canadian stars

Cassie Campbell-Pascall, Natalie Spooner and  P.K. Subban among guest speakers
Several patients on new unit at Vancouver General Hospital test positive for COVID-19

Several patients on new unit at Vancouver General Hospital test positive for COVID-19

VANCOUVER — Health officials are reporting a COVID-19 outbreak in a fourth unit of Vancouver General Hospital.