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Eight COVID-19 cases linked to downtown Kelowna gatherings, waterfront

KELOWNA, B.C. — Health officials are reporting eight cases of COVID-19 linked to public gatherings in Kelowna, British Columbia, during and around the Canada Day long weekend.
B.C. continues to have no active COVID-19 community outbreaks

B.C. continues to have no active COVID-19 community outbreaks

Two seniors' homes and one hospital continue to have COVID-19 healthcare-system outbreaks

Matriarchs to occupy lands on Haida Gwaii as fishing lodges reopen

QUEEN CHARLOTTE, B.C. — A group of Haida matriarchs say they plan to occupy two ancient villages on Haida Gwaii after two fishing lodges decided to reopen on the remote archipelago despite objections from the First Nation.
Job numbers show cautious optimism with long road ahead: B.C. finance minister

Job numbers show cautious optimism with long road ahead: B.C. finance minister

VICTORIA — Statistics Canada's labour force survey for June shows 118,000 people in B.C. found jobs and the unemployment rate fell slightly to 13 per cent.
Squamish SAR finds two lost hikers

Squamish SAR finds two lost hikers

Lower Mainlanders went to Slhanay after being informed of Stawamus Chief closure
B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

The big gains come as B.C. moves into next phase of economic restart plan
Rough road built to Old Fort, B.C., after slide ripped out only access route

Rough road built to Old Fort, B.C., after slide ripped out only access route

OLD FORT, B.C. — A temporary access road has been built to the northeastern British Columbia community of Old Fort after a slow landslide last month tore out a section of the only road to dozens of homes.
Horgan says B.C. restart making gains as more people come out of their homes

Horgan says B.C. restart making gains as more people come out of their homes

VICTORIA — British Columbia's gradual restart is gaining ground as some industries resume operations and more people leave their homes to participate in the economy, Premier John Horgan said Thursday. He said B.C.
Plan on five-day school week in fall for K-7, education minister says

Plan on five-day school week in fall for K-7, education minister says

Steering committee working on plans for September return

Man charged with second-degree murder in double homicide in east Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Charges have been laid in connection with a fatal double shooting in Vancouver. Police say a 43-year-old man was taken into custody Wednesday night in Harrison Hot Springs, east of Vancouver.