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Vaccines roll out at Vancouver care home decimated by COVID-19 deaths

Vaccines roll out at Vancouver care home decimated by COVID-19 deaths

Little Mountain Place has seen 41 deaths, 169 total infections
North Van widow has questions, warning after husband's hospital stay ended with COVID-19

North Van widow has questions, warning after husband's hospital stay ended with COVID-19

Doug Fung was sent to Lions Gate Hospital for complications of cancer treatment. His wife says what she observed left her questioning whether COVID-19 safety guidelines were being followed
'Roll with the punches': Indigenous business owners in B.C. reflect on COVID-19

'Roll with the punches': Indigenous business owners in B.C. reflect on COVID-19

First Nation business owners and managers share how they felt when the Coronavirus pandemic hit and how they managed to make it through troubled waters
B.C. records 428 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest total in a week

B.C. records 428 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest total in a week

Extent of the virus in the province is abating despite the recent holiday season
B.C. records 428 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest total in a week

B.C. records 428 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest total in a week

Extent of the virus in the province is abating despite the recent holiday season
B.C. rolls out vaccines as 45 people die from COVID-19 in first four days of 2021

B.C. rolls out vaccines as 45 people die from COVID-19 in first four days of 2021

Province expects nearly 800,000 vaccine doses by end of March
Province reports COVID cases jumped by 683 in the last day

Province reports COVID cases jumped by 683 in the last day

The number of active COVID cases in B.C. is now 7,803
B.C. restaurants: 'Shame on Dr. Henry' for NYE alcohol sales ban

B.C. restaurants: 'Shame on Dr. Henry' for NYE alcohol sales ban

“The decision was arbitrary, and the timing of it is terrible because it’s going to cost hundreds of thousands of dollars – if not millions. And it was unnecessary."
B.C. orders early stop to liquor sales on New Year's Eve

B.C. orders early stop to liquor sales on New Year's Eve

The ban will apply to all alcohol sales from liquor stores and retailers to bars and restaurants, regardless of whether the liquor would be used for on-site or off-site consumption.
First cluster of COVID-19 cases hits Lil’wat Nation

First cluster of COVID-19 cases hits Lil’wat Nation

Mount Currie has 41 active cases as Nation leaders urge vigilance