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Top doctor says B.C. can control the trajectory of its second wave of COVID-19

Top doctor says B.C. can control the trajectory of its second wave of COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 499 cases of COVID-19 as more than 150 cases were detected each day between Friday and Monday. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says B.C.

Police in Vancouver investigate the city's 15th homicide of the year

VANCOUVER — Police say they're investigating the 15th homicide of the year in Vancouver after human remains were found in a large recycling bin Sunday morning.
B.C. NDP leader 'disappointed' in high-profile candidate as chiefs call for removal

B.C. NDP leader 'disappointed' in high-profile candidate as chiefs call for removal

VICTORIA — NDP Leader John Horgan says he's disappointed that a former member of Parliament now running for his party made negative comments about a Liberal. Nathan Cullen made the remarks about Roy Jones Jr.
Surrey RCMP respond to drug overdose involving five people

Surrey RCMP respond to drug overdose involving five people

SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP say naloxone was used to help five people who overdosed after using drugs together in the early hours of Saturday morning. They say officers initially responded to a report of a gas leak inside a Surrey, B.C., home at 1:48 a.
Anti-mask protesters banned from B.C. Ferries after causing disturbance

Anti-mask protesters banned from B.C. Ferries after causing disturbance

“We will not tolerate such behaviour. The incident was both inconvenient and upsetting for our passengers"
BC Conservative leader was fined in 2018 for discrimination in sexual harassment case

BC Conservative leader was fined in 2018 for discrimination in sexual harassment case

“No, I will not step down,” says Peace River North candidate Trevor Bolin says
Fraser Health reports new COVID-19 outbreaks at care home and meat packing facility

Fraser Health reports new COVID-19 outbreaks at care home and meat packing facility

SURREY, B.C. — Fraser Health has declared new outbreaks of COVID-19 at a meat processing facility in Surrey, B.C., and two area long-term care homes. The health authority says evidence of transmission was found among staff at J&L Beef Ltd.

Emergency personnel respond to multi person drug overdose inside Surrey residence

SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP say officers found five people unresponsive in a Surrey, B.C., residence when they responded to a call early Saturday morning. Police say it was initially reported as a gas leak incident.
Anti-mask group disrupts BC Ferries sailing from Nanaimo to West Vancouver

Anti-mask group disrupts BC Ferries sailing from Nanaimo to West Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Police in West Vancouver were called to meet a BC Ferries vessel as it docked in Horseshoe Bay on Saturday after people opposed to public health restrictions aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19 caused disturbances on board.

COVID cluster prompts closure of Tim Hortons in Merritt, B.C.

MERRITT, B.C. — An outbreak of COVID-19 at the main Tim Hortons restaurant in Merritt, B.C., has set off a voluntary closure of the restaurant.