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Homicide investigators called after child in B.C. community found in medical distress

Homicide investigators called after child in B.C. community found in medical distress

AGASSIZ, B.C. — Police say homicide investigators were called after a child was found in medical distress in a small community in the Fraser Valley.
'Unimaginable' grief recounted as family of Trina Hunt continues to search for missing Port Moody woman

'Unimaginable' grief recounted as family of Trina Hunt continues to search for missing Port Moody woman

Missing Trina Hunt banner hung in Port Moody; GoFundMe launched to pay for private search and rescue, as the family refuses to give up hope for Trina Hunt in sixth week of her disappearance
Bear frightened couple into Capilano Canyon, North Van rescuers say

Bear frightened couple into Capilano Canyon, North Van rescuers say

Couple cold and wet but grateful for rescue after scrambling away from bear, firefighters say
'I was yelling and swearing': Maple Ridge woman wins $637,000 Lotto Max

'I was yelling and swearing': Maple Ridge woman wins $637,000 Lotto Max

Samantha Lowe is ecstatic with her winnings, despite the photograph.
Former Vancouver hotel to be converted to 65 units for homeless people by the fall

Former Vancouver hotel to be converted to 65 units for homeless people by the fall

VANCOUVER — A former hotel on the Vancouver's eastside has been purchased to create about 65 units to accommodate homeless people. The City of Vancouver, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Metro Vancouver wastewater carries COVID-19, new app reveals viral load

Metro Vancouver wastewater carries COVID-19, new app reveals viral load

VANCOUVER — A new online tool allows Metro Vancouver residents to track the viral load of COVID-19 found in untreated wastewater at each of the region’s five wastewater treatment plants.
Premier Horgan to present details of B.C.'s COVID-19 mass immunization plan

Premier Horgan to present details of B.C.'s COVID-19 mass immunization plan

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan, Health Minister Adrian Dix and health officials are set to reveal the details of British Columbia's COVID-19 mass immunization plan.
Units in two Vancouver-area hospitals closed by COVID-19 outbreak

Units in two Vancouver-area hospitals closed by COVID-19 outbreak

VANCOUVER — Health officials have declared COVID-19 outbreaks at two more Metro Vancouver hospitals after finding evidence the virus was transmitted within a medicine unit at both locations.
UPDATE: First Nation man fatally shot by Tofino RCMP officer

UPDATE: First Nation man fatally shot by Tofino RCMP officer

RCMP say an interaction took place and a man was shot after they were called to a Opitsaht First Nation residence near Tofino.
New B.C.-based clinical simulation tech changing the landscape of medical education

New B.C.-based clinical simulation tech changing the landscape of medical education

A new clinical training simulation platform from UBC professor Karim Qayumi is set to change the way medical students polish their skills