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B.C. to delay second COVID-19 vaccine doses by one week amid supply shortages

B.C. to delay second COVID-19 vaccine doses by one week amid supply shortages

Province also reveals 56 reports of adverse responses to vaccine
B.C. records 26 new COVID-19 deaths during the weekend

B.C. records 26 new COVID-19 deaths during the weekend

11 outbreaks of the virus at healthcare outbreaks declared over
Great Canadian Gaming CEO resigns after accusations of vaccine queue-jumping

Great Canadian Gaming CEO resigns after accusations of vaccine queue-jumping

B.C.'s COVID response in long-term care lacked coordination, centralized oversight: report

B.C.'s COVID response in long-term care lacked coordination, centralized oversight: report

Lack of centralized oversight a major hurdle for the province, according to the report
Report: B.C.'s COVID response in long-term care lacked coordination, centralized oversight

Report: B.C.'s COVID response in long-term care lacked coordination, centralized oversight

Province releases update on efforts to boost COVID coordination in long-term care
Richmond condo owner wins compensation over second-hand smoke

Richmond condo owner wins compensation over second-hand smoke

Pui-Ling Yee claimed the strata failed to investigate her complaints about second-hand smoke and aromatherapy scents entering her unit from a neighbour’s unit.
Premier marks anniversary of first case of COVID-19 in Canada: 'We must remain vigilant'

Premier marks anniversary of first case of COVID-19 in Canada: 'We must remain vigilant'

B.C. now has three cases of South African COVID-19 variant, six of U.K. strain
B.C. man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Williams Lake

B.C. man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Williams Lake

David Morin failed to return to his designated home on Jan. 2, 2021
Province seeks 'champions of multiculturalism, anti-racism'

Province seeks 'champions of multiculturalism, anti-racism'

Know someone who's fought against racism in your community?
Abbotsford Tulip Festival leaving Fraser Valley, will 'rebloom' in new B.C. location

Abbotsford Tulip Festival leaving Fraser Valley, will 'rebloom' in new B.C. location

“It’s a bittersweet feeling to say goodbye to the incredible community that supported our vision for the last few years," says the organizer. 🌷
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