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B.C. youth sports tournament to restart Feb. 1

B.C. youth sports tournament to restart Feb. 1

B.C. reported 6,931,175 rapid tests to date, said health minister Adrian Dix
Contact tracing is no longer a viable option in B.C. due to Omicron. Here's what you need to do.

Contact tracing is no longer a viable option in B.C. due to Omicron. Here's what you need to do.

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry explains what people need to do to stay safe.
Water taxi with six on board hits rocks near Tofino, B.C.; four suffer injuries

Water taxi with six on board hits rocks near Tofino, B.C.; four suffer injuries

TOFINO, B.C. — Four people suffered undetermined injuries when a water taxi with six people on board ran aground near Tofino, B.C. Navy Lt. Pamela Hogan, a public affairs officer, says the coast guard vessel Cape Ann responded to a report of a 7.
B.C. extending COVID-19 vaccine card program to June 30

B.C. extending COVID-19 vaccine card program to June 30

Program was due to expire in days
Cleaning up orphan wells to cost $1.1 billion: Parliamentary Budget Office

Cleaning up orphan wells to cost $1.1 billion: Parliamentary Budget Office

Current federal funding adequate for dormant oil and gas well reclamation
B.C. watershed security strategy could put province on the 'cutting edge'

B.C. watershed security strategy could put province on the 'cutting edge'

The B.C. government has rolled out the early stages of a water security strategy meant to protect the province's freshwater resources from drought, flooding and long-term shortages
Capilano University to resume on-campus classes

Capilano University to resume on-campus classes

Plan remains controversial among teachers and students
Olympic Game plans: B.C.’s playbook for 2030

Olympic Game plans: B.C.’s playbook for 2030

Finances, venues, economics, public support among key considerations for 2030 bid
Roberts Bank container terminal expansion application process restarts

Roberts Bank container terminal expansion application process restarts

Plan is opposed by municipal governments, environmentalists
Conservative MP calls for cost-of-living relief for BC residents

Conservative MP calls for cost-of-living relief for BC residents

MP calls on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to provide immediate relief to B.C. families struggling with the cost-of-living crisis by reversing the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) tax