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$3 million fund to enhance digital libraries across British Columbia

VICTORIA — Libraries across British Columbia are getting $3 million to enhance their digital services. The Ministry of Education says the one-time investment will permit greater access to online learning and reading resources.

B.C. faith leaders, Horgan discuss need for virtual religious ceremonies

VICTORIA — People of faith in British Columbia were urged Tuesday to celebrate Easter and other coming religious holidays through virtual gatherings to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. Provincial health officer Dr.

RCMP say man shot and killed in early morning attack in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say the second homicide of the year in Surrey, B.C., appears targeted. A statement from police says a man who has not been named was shot just before 1 a.m. Tuesday.
CBSA seizes major meth shipment in B.C.

CBSA seizes major meth shipment in B.C.

Yukon agents placed at B.C., Northwest Territories' boundaries to limit spread of COVID-19

Yukon agents placed at B.C., Northwest Territories' boundaries to limit spread of COVID-19

Luck, timing, lessons from Ontario, Quebec helped B.C. slow COVID-19: doctor

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor is crediting luck and timing for the province's early restrictive measures that helped slow down the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Dr. Bonnie Henry said Monday that B.C.
B.C.'s amateur sport sector gets COVID-19 cash boost

B.C.'s amateur sport sector gets COVID-19 cash boost

B.C. Ferries to screen passengers for COVID-19 as new regulations announced

B.C. Ferries to screen passengers for COVID-19 as new regulations announced

Three boats catch fire in Horseshoe Bay: West Vancouver Fire and Rescue

VANCOUVER — The West Vancouver fire department says three boats caught fire in Horseshoe Bay on Saturday. The department says in a tweet that with the help of a Vancouver Fire Rescue boat, it was able to quickly contain and extinguish the flames.

B.C.'s health officer says decrease in COVID cases 'heartening'

VICTORIA — British Columbia's medical health officer says the province seems to be holding its own against COVID-19, which is why officials are so cautious about people returning from other areas of the world. Dr.