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B.C.'s COVID-19 cases trending in right direction, provincial health officer says

B.C.'s COVID-19 cases trending in right direction, provincial health officer says

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer and health minister say the province's COVID-19 case count is "trending in the right direction." Dr.
B.C. man wanted in connection to Manitoba murder arrested after months on the run

B.C. man wanted in connection to Manitoba murder arrested after months on the run

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say a man wanted in connection with a murder investigation in Winnipeg and a kidnapping and assault probe in Surrey, B.C., has been arrested after months on the run.
Prince Rupert port reports another record year

Prince Rupert port reports another record year

Container movement drops due to pandemic restrictions
B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency due to COVID-19 pandemic

B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency due to COVID-19 pandemic

B.C. is currently in the longest state of emergency in provincial history.
New relief for tourism businesses on the horizon, federal minister says

New relief for tourism businesses on the horizon, federal minister says

Illicit drug combo found in B.C.'s north, officials say it could impede naloxone

Illicit drug combo found in B.C.'s north, officials say it could impede naloxone

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Illicit drug overdoses are rising in northern British Columbia and health officials warn a new mix of street drugs can make a key life-saving medication less effective.
Man steals ferry boat, takes it for a ride

Man steals ferry boat, takes it for a ride

Two major B.C. cities reject Indigenous land acknowledgements

Two major B.C. cities reject Indigenous land acknowledgements

Surrey and Richmond among cities bucking the trend of implementing a symbolic gesture to recognize 'unceded' Indigenous land
B.C. to still administer second doses despite loss of Pfizer shipment next week: Dix

B.C. to still administer second doses despite loss of Pfizer shipment next week: Dix

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's health minister says the province is still on track to begin administering second doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine despite the news that no vials will be delivered to Canada next week.
British Columbia government lax on cybersecurity practices, auditor reports

British Columbia government lax on cybersecurity practices, auditor reports

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government must do a better job of protecting its computer systems from cybersecurity threats, says auditor general Michael Pickup.