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Coyote bites jogger on Stanley Park seawall

Coyote bites jogger on Stanley Park seawall

He suffered a bite to his right calf and was treated at a hospital.
Separate overdoses prompt police warning about lethal drugs in Surrey, B.C.

Separate overdoses prompt police warning about lethal drugs in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP are warning of lethal illicit drugs circulating in Surrey, B.C., after separate overdoses in a short time frame.
Sea to Sky man’s mother remembers him as a free spirit full of passion

Sea to Sky man’s mother remembers him as a free spirit full of passion

45-year-old Dave Henkel died in an avalanche on Saturday.
'Legitimate' questions raised about further delaying second vaccine doses: Ottawa

'Legitimate' questions raised about further delaying second vaccine doses: Ottawa

Officials also confirm weekly Pfizer shipments for final stretch of March
Homicide team called to Surrey, B.C., after assault leads to death of man

Homicide team called to Surrey, B.C., after assault leads to death of man

SURREY, B.C. — Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a man in Surrey, B.C. RCMP say they were called Wednesday night to a report of an assault at a home in the Panorama Ridge area of south Surrey.
University RCMP issues over $5,000 in fines to partying UBC students

University RCMP issues over $5,000 in fines to partying UBC students

"We are now a year into this pandemic, people are well aware of the orders and we all have to do our part."

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Mission hospital as B.C. records 429 new cases

MISSION, B.C. — Fraser Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Mission Memorial Hospital after three patients tested positive for the virus.
B.C. reports three new COVID-19 deaths – lowest daily total in 13 weeks

B.C. reports three new COVID-19 deaths – lowest daily total in 13 weeks

The number of outbreaks at seniors' homes has declined significantly since vaccines started to be administered in December.
Court dismisses B.C.'s injunction application to stop in-person church services

Court dismisses B.C.'s injunction application to stop in-person church services

Officials worry in-door religious services could increase COVID-19 infection chances and encourage viral spread.
B.C. ranks #3 in Canada for auto thefts

B.C. ranks #3 in Canada for auto thefts

"The number of stolen cars in Canada is on the rise, which is not good news for policyholders."