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B.C. government undermines information rights: privacy commissioner

B.C. government undermines information rights: privacy commissioner

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government routinely undermines the rights of its citizens by delaying requests for information, says a report by the information and privacy commissioner.
Production of Ben Affleck's newest action-thriller relocates to B.C. amid COVID-19

Production of Ben Affleck's newest action-thriller relocates to B.C. amid COVID-19

One killed, two others hurt in crash that closed B.C.'s Massey Tunnel for hours

RICHMOND, B.C. — Police say alcohol may have been a factor in a head-on crash in the George Massey Tunnel that killed one person and injured two others.
B.C. schools receive $2-million cash boost to promote mental health

B.C. schools receive $2-million cash boost to promote mental health

VICTORIA — Schools in British Columbia are getting an extra $2 million for mental health programs from the provincial government.
Funeral and feast gatherings in northern B.C. lead to COVID warnings

Funeral and feast gatherings in northern B.C. lead to COVID warnings

VICTORIA — An outbreak of COVID-19 in British Columbia's Nass Valley has prompted an alert from the Northern and First Nations health authorities. The warning goes out to anyone who attended gatherings between Aug. 21 and 25 in the valley.
New supportive housing coming for homeless in Vancouver, province and city say

New supportive housing coming for homeless in Vancouver, province and city say

VANCOUVER — The B.C. government and City of Vancouver are partnering to build 450 new supportive homes for people experiencing homelessness.
BCCDC identifies new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

BCCDC identifies new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

B.C. sees 294 cases of COVID-19 over weekend, four additional deaths

B.C. sees 294 cases of COVID-19 over weekend, four additional deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor is urging people to take control of the latest rise in cases of COVID-19 by going back to the basics on their personal safety plans. Provincial health officer Dr.
New bridge part of Salmon Arm Trans-Canada Highway four-laning project

New bridge part of Salmon Arm Trans-Canada Highway four-laning project

Three Greens in leadership race to replace former leader Andrew Weaver Sept. 14

Three Greens in leadership race to replace former leader Andrew Weaver Sept. 14

VICTORIA — Andrew Weaver casts a long shadow over British Columbia's Green party and the candidates running to replace the former leader credit him for the party's recent political success in the province.