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B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations down; deaths up

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations down; deaths up

There have not been fewer COVID-19 patients in B.C. ICUs since last July
Bowen Island Trunk Road lane will be closed into July

Bowen Island Trunk Road lane will be closed into July

New crosswalk at four corners until work begins next month
More buses hitting the road to Metro Vancouver summer spots. Here's where

More buses hitting the road to Metro Vancouver summer spots. Here's where

What's your go-to must-visit summer stop? TransLink is increasing its service to several regional destinations, as well as three key Surrey routes.
B.C. scientist wants you to send him slapped mosquitoes in the mail

B.C. scientist wants you to send him slapped mosquitoes in the mail

As climate change expands the northward range of many species, a new citizen science project is calling on B.C. and Yukon residents to send in slapped mosquitoes so researchers can track them and the diseases they may carry.
Dutch police officer reveals details of overseas investigation into Amanda Todd case

Dutch police officer reveals details of overseas investigation into Amanda Todd case

Part of case involved evidence of online activity at vacation home, digital forensic investigator tells New Westminster court via video link 
B.C.'s COVID-19 ICU patient count hits 10-month low

B.C.'s COVID-19 ICU patient count hits 10-month low

Of 325 COVID-19 patients in B.C. hospitals, 28 are in ICUs
BIRCH housing project continues in ‘holding pattern’

BIRCH housing project continues in ‘holding pattern’

BIRCH hopes units will be ready by end of next council term
Metro Vancouver elder abuse scam resurfaces, with 20 known cases

Metro Vancouver elder abuse scam resurfaces, with 20 known cases

Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers is raising awareness about an elder abuse scam this BC Seniors' Week.
Rising construction costs threaten Metro Vancouver affordable housing projects

Rising construction costs threaten Metro Vancouver affordable housing projects

The added costs will eat away at the $100 million the regional government has budgeted for the next decade to build affordable housing projects, according to a report.
Metro Vancouver food bank demand rising higher than national average

Metro Vancouver food bank demand rising higher than national average

The Greater Vancouver Food Bank is seeing 1,000 new clients monthly, a situation the organization's chief operating officer calls "quite staggering."