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Ousted B.C. Liberal says he'll run as an Independent in provincial election

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — A candidate who stepped aside as a B.C. Liberal over comments he made about contraception and eugenics plans to seek election as an Independent.
B.C. Green party says October fundraising shatters its previous records

B.C. Green party says October fundraising shatters its previous records

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Green party says October has been the best fundraising month in its history, and there's still a week to go until the province goes to the polls.
Horgan points to views of other Liberal candidates after Throness resignation

Horgan points to views of other Liberal candidates after Throness resignation

PITT MEADOWS, B.C. — New Democrat Leader John Horgan says the resignation of Liberal candidate Laurie Throness for his inappropriate comments represents a failure of Liberal party leadership.

Vote-by-mail packages should be posted by Saturday for B.C. election

VANCOUVER — The more than 700,000 people who have asked for a vote-by-mail package in British Columbia's election should get their ballots into the post.
B.C. Liberal candidate out over eugenics comments

B.C. Liberal candidate out over eugenics comments

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Liberal candidate is no longer representing the party after making comments about free birth control, even though his name will remain on the ballot in the Oct. 24 election.
B.C. confirms first case of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in a child

B.C. confirms first case of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in a child

VICTORIA — B.C. has recorded its first confirmed case of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in a child after antibody testing showed evidence of COVID-19. Provincial health officer Dr.
B.C. Health officials now monitoring 3,683 people for COVID-19 infections – an all-time high

B.C. Health officials now monitoring 3,683 people for COVID-19 infections – an all-time high

The number of people being monitored for the virus after known exposure to identified cases has been steadily rising

Man who spent hours in chilly Victoria harbour is rescued, then arrested

VICTORIA — A three-hour search for a man who was pulled out of Victoria's Inner Harbour on Wednesday night ended in his arrest. Police were called to a report of a person in distress in the water near a city bridge.
Horgan, Wilkinson trade insults in feisty radio debate over past, present governments

Horgan, Wilkinson trade insults in feisty radio debate over past, present governments

VANCOUVER — The records of past and present British Columbia governments and their roles in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic were the targets Thursday of a spirited election campaign radio debate.
European lawmakers won’t be back in Strasbourg this month

European lawmakers won’t be back in Strasbourg this month

BRUSSELS — European lawmakers won't be returning to the French city of Strasbourg for next week's plenary session because of the COVID-19 resurgence in France, the European Parliament president said Thursday.