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B.C. expands Foundry mental health, substance use services to 8 communities

B.C. expands Foundry mental health, substance use services to 8 communities

VICTORIA — The B.C. government is expanding its mental health and substance use services for youth and their families to eight more communities.
Peace River closed at Site C

Peace River closed at Site C

Homicide team probes suspicious fire where one person is dead in Langley, B.C.

LANGLEY, B.C. — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has taken over an investigation of a house fire where a body was found in Langley, B.C. A statement from the team on social media said the death was suspicious.
Politics as normal suspended in B.C., but will that change when house returns?

Politics as normal suspended in B.C., but will that change when house returns?

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Opposition leader says fighting the pandemic produced a unified health front among traditional adversaries, but with the province facing its darkest economic crisis in decades, political battle lines must go beyond worki

COVID forces changes as B.C. provincial courts reopen for trials

VANCOUVER — Provincial court trials in British Columbia will resume July 6 with numerous changes not only for health and safety reasons amid COVID-19, but to accelerate the court process.

B.C. police watchdog clears RCMP in death of a man who used the river to escape

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has determined that officers weren't at fault for the death of a man who tried to escape arrest by jumping in the Fraser River.

Surrey man dead after head-on collision between cube van and pickup in Delta

DELTA, B.C. — Police in Delta, British Columbia, say one person is dead after a head-on collision between a pickup truck and a cube van.
Premier says defunding police 'simplistic' but B.C. will review Police Act

Premier says defunding police 'simplistic' but B.C. will review Police Act

SOOKE, B.C. — British Columbia's premier says calls for defunding police are a simplistic approach to a complex problem.

B.C. reports 16 new cases and first death due to COVID-19 in a week

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say one more person has died due to COVID-19 after the province marked six consecutive days without a death. Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.
Businessman David Sidoo loses Order of B.C. following wire fraud guilty plea

Businessman David Sidoo loses Order of B.C. following wire fraud guilty plea

VICTORIA — A former Canadian Football League player has lost his membership in the Order of British Columbia after pleading guilty to charges in the United States. A B.C.