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COVID-19: Should a B.C. drug dealer with cancer be going to jail during a pandemic?

COVID-19: Should a B.C. drug dealer with cancer be going to jail during a pandemic?

More than 200 B.C. inmates, staff test positive for virus since pandemic declared in March 2020
B.C. man wants answers after being hit by car and left

B.C. man wants answers after being hit by car and left

Squamish Canyon passes final rezoning obstacle

Squamish Canyon passes final rezoning obstacle

District council adopted a bylaw that would allow the project to proceed
B.C. 'can't prevent people from travelling,' says premier

B.C. 'can't prevent people from travelling,' says premier

The B.C. government will not impose travel restrictions at this time
B.C. Liberals start planning leadership contest to replace Andrew Wilkinson

B.C. Liberals start planning leadership contest to replace Andrew Wilkinson

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Liberal party took the first steps Thursday towards selecting a new leader while also addressing a constitutional technicality that still has Andrew Wilkinson as party leader.
B.C. premier, health officials to discuss next steps in COVID immunization plan

B.C. premier, health officials to discuss next steps in COVID immunization plan

VICTORIA — Health officials have called off the regular COVID-19 briefing in British Columbia as they prepare to update the province's strategy for immunization against the virus.
Petition calls for B.C. to lock provincial borders to non-essential travel

Petition calls for B.C. to lock provincial borders to non-essential travel

Ottawa moves for tenfold COVID testing increase

Ottawa moves for tenfold COVID testing increase

Health officials want asymptomatic testing up from 10,000 to 100,000 tests per day
Police dog helps find missing 83-year-old Prince George man

Police dog helps find missing 83-year-old Prince George man

Man was unharmed

B.C. court rejects Martin Tremblay's bid to change sentence, add new evidence

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia man who plied two teenagers with drugs and alcohol and then failed to intervene as they died will remain in prison indefinitely after the B.C. Court of Appeal refused to overturn his sentence.