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B.C.'s 2021 Good Citizenship medal to honour civilian efforts during COVID-19

B.C.'s 2021 Good Citizenship medal to honour civilian efforts during COVID-19

Do you know someone deserving of the annual award?
Tofino home sells for $1 million above asking price

Tofino home sells for $1 million above asking price

The 1999 property measures just over 1,200 square feet and has two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
YVR shooting: 28-year-old victim understood to be UN gang member

YVR shooting: 28-year-old victim understood to be UN gang member

Police are appealing for dashcam and cellphone footage from Vancouver Airport and from Richmond's roads after killers fled in red or maroon Honda Pilot SUV
Vancouver named 'Anti-Asian Hate Crime Capital of North America'

Vancouver named 'Anti-Asian Hate Crime Capital of North America'

"Maybe Vancouver isn’t the bastion of progressive multiculturalism it thinks it is."

'Police incident' reported outside Vancouver International Airport

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Vancouver International Airport says there's been a "police incident" outside its main terminal. It says it's working with the RCMP to respond to the incident, but did not provide details.

B.C. police watchdog investigating shooting after woman suffers gunshot wounds

UCLUELET, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a woman suffered multiple gunshot wounds in Ucluelet, B.C. RCMP say they were called to a home just after 5 p.m.

COVID-19 outbreak declared at poultry processing plant in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Fraser Health officials have declared a COVID-19 outbreak at a poultry processing plant in Surrey, B.C.

B.C. government to give more than $8 million for programs to curb gang violence

VICTORIA — British Columbia is providing $8.6 million in grants for communities and families dealing with gun and gang violence.
B.C. Human Rights Tribunal to hear complaint against UBC Okanagan

B.C. Human Rights Tribunal to hear complaint against UBC Okanagan

VANCOUVER — A B.C. Human Rights Tribunal hearing is set to start Monday after the B.C. Supreme Court recently dismissed a petition to prevent it from deciding on a complaint from a former student at the University of British Columbia.
B.C. doctors defend province's approach to releasing COVID-19 data

B.C. doctors defend province's approach to releasing COVID-19 data

VICTORIA — British Columbia’s top two doctors are defending the province's approach to releasing data on COVID-19 but say they'll provide more information about case counts in neighbourhoods rather than large health regions so it may be more helpful