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Share cannabis tax revenue, UBCM tells the provincial government

Share cannabis tax revenue, UBCM tells the provincial government

“It’s time for them to show us the money"
Record number of people being monitored for COVID-19 in B.C.

Record number of people being monitored for COVID-19 in B.C.

B.C. government started releasing the number of people being actively monitored for COVID-19 on a daily basis in August – it now sits at 3,368
Trudeau: Country on brink of fall that could be "much worse than the spring"

Trudeau: Country on brink of fall that could be "much worse than the spring"

"The second wave isn't just starting, it's already underway"
West Vancouver emergency crews urge caution after dog rescued from steep cliff

West Vancouver emergency crews urge caution after dog rescued from steep cliff

Emergency crews are reminding dogwalkers to be cautious on trails during the upcoming wet and rainy months
Overdose deaths in B.C. surpass 1,000 this year

Overdose deaths in B.C. surpass 1,000 this year

Total number of deaths for eight months greater than 12-month total in 2019
Westside Wheel Up a go

Westside Wheel Up a go

Riders can earn the badges starting on Saturday morning (Sept. 26) at 8 a.m. until the contest closes at 7 p.m. on Sept. 27
Air Canada to offer 'unlimited travel' for one flat monthly rate

Air Canada to offer 'unlimited travel' for one flat monthly rate

The Air Canada Infinite Canada Flight Pass is available for purchase in Canada from Sept. 16 to 23.
Cypress Mountain Resort is building a thrilling 'Mountain Coaster'

Cypress Mountain Resort is building a thrilling 'Mountain Coaster'

The Mountain Coaster ride will take off from the top of Eagle Express Quad Chair on Black Mountain and travel over 1700 metres with 279 meters of vertical drop.
Dr. Bonnie Henry received death threats

Dr. Bonnie Henry received death threats

“There are people who don’t like what I say or don’t like what I do or don’t like my shoes."
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. plunge overnight as recoveries surge

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. plunge overnight as recoveries surge

The BC Centre for Disease Control identified 96 new infections and reported no new deaths