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B.C. woman shot in face while trying to help friend in distress

B.C. woman shot in face while trying to help friend in distress

The Nanaimo woman, who is in hospital in Vancouver, faces a long road to recovery.
Whistler mayor calls for community-wide vaccination program

Whistler mayor calls for community-wide vaccination program

Meanwhile, WCSS adapts to increased demand for food bank deliveries
Dog spends 'night of terror' at vet after ingesting marijuana laced with barbiturates at Port Moody park

Dog spends 'night of terror' at vet after ingesting marijuana laced with barbiturates at Port Moody park

Port Moody woman is placing posters at Westhill Park to warn dog owners of possible poisoning after her beloved pet gets sick from ingesting substances left on trails
B.C. businessman sorry for throwing bucket of poop

B.C. businessman sorry for throwing bucket of poop

"I simply snapped after once again finding human feces near my restaurant," states an apology letter from the White Spot franchisee.
B.C. business woman compares mask wearing to residential schools

B.C. business woman compares mask wearing to residential schools

A Vancouver Island business owner is coming under fire for an Instagram post comparing children wearing a mask in school to Canada's notorious residential school system.
B.C. will catch up to Ontario on COVID-19 variant cases: Henry

B.C. will catch up to Ontario on COVID-19 variant cases: Henry

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's provincial health officer says she expects the province to catch up to Ontario in the proportion of COVID-19 cases from the variant first identified in the United Kingdom. Dr. Bonnie Henry said about a third of B.C.
Coquitlam money exchange company out $90k in wire fraud case to China

Coquitlam money exchange company out $90k in wire fraud case to China

With currency exchange locations in Vancouver and Coquitlam, C&Z Holdings Ltd. was used as a conduit to funnel the life savings of a retired home-care worker to China — in a court ruling last week, a justice ordered the funds returned to the woman but stopped short of approving punitive damages
Former B.C. cabinet ministers to testify at money laundering inquiry

Former B.C. cabinet ministers to testify at money laundering inquiry

VANCOUVER — A commission of inquiry into money laundering in British Columbia is adding former and current cabinet ministers to its witness list.
B.C. vaccine update: Province tallies 160k registrations on first day of online vaccine bookings

B.C. vaccine update: Province tallies 160k registrations on first day of online vaccine bookings

Nearly 24k British Columbians booked vaccinations after registering

Vancouver police officer faces assault, obstruction charges after arrest: prosecutor

VICTORIA — A Vancouver police officer has been charged with assault with a weapon, dangerous driving and attempting to obstruct justice. The BC Prosecution Service says Const.