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No foul play suspected after burned body of homeless person found in North Vancouver

No foul play suspected after burned body of homeless person found in North Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A burned body, believed to be of a homeless person, has been found in a forested area of North Vancouver, B.C. RCMP Sgt. Peter DeVries says no foul play is suspected at this time and instead this appears to be a tragic accident.
Capilano University adds more spots to its early childcare education program

Capilano University adds more spots to its early childcare education program

24 more seats added to ECE diploma program following $255,000 funding from province.
Snowfall warnings in place for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island

Snowfall warnings in place for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island

VANCOUVER — Residents of British Columbia's south coast are being urged to prepare for a blast of wintry weather this weekend.
Fraser Health declares COVID-19 outbreak at B.C. jail after 20 people test positive

Fraser Health declares COVID-19 outbreak at B.C. jail after 20 people test positive

SURREY, B.C. — Fraser Health has declared two new COVID-19 outbreaks, including at the North Fraser Pretrial Centre, where 20 people in custody have tested positive.
Metis Nation of B.C. suspends president, citing 'breach' of policies, procedures

Metis Nation of B.C. suspends president, citing 'breach' of policies, procedures

VANCOUVER — The Metis Nation of B.C. says its board of directors has voted to suspended its elected president, alleging there has been a breach of its policies and procedures.
B.C. records nine new COVID-19 deaths as pandemic slogs on

B.C. records nine new COVID-19 deaths as pandemic slogs on

Province has fewest number of people under active health monitoring since early November
Critics demand release of long-delayed care-home COVID report

Critics demand release of long-delayed care-home COVID report

Consultant had information as second wave began, communications already criticized
Critics demand release of long-delayed care-home COVID report

Critics demand release of long-delayed care-home COVID report

Consultant had information as second wave began, communications already criticized
B.C. government to release report on its response to pandemic at care homes

B.C. government to release report on its response to pandemic at care homes

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister says the province will release a report assessing its COVID-19 response in the province's long-term care homes.
B.C. driver with 'N' licence caught speeding 122 km/h in 50 zone

B.C. driver with 'N' licence caught speeding 122 km/h in 50 zone

"The driver told the officer they were celebrating receiving their license that very day."