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COVID-19 outbreak declared over at Lynn Valley Care Centre

COVID-19 outbreak declared over at Lynn Valley Care Centre

Teens arrested after flare fired in convenience store, causing major damage

NANAIMO, B.C. — The RCMP say two 16-year-olds have been arrested after an alleged shoplifting at a convenience store in Nanaimo, B.C., on Saturday that involved a flare being fired inside the building. Const.

B.C. Wildfire Service interactive wildfire app provides timely fire data

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Wildfire Service is launching its new wildfire app, aimed at providing consistent, accurate and timely information about wildfires when they occur.
New digital registration ensures faster, safer assistance for B.C. evacuees

New digital registration ensures faster, safer assistance for B.C. evacuees

VICTORIA — British Columbia is unveiling a digital registration system for evacuees as the province prepares for the upcoming wildfire season while coping with physical distancing restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
VIDEO: Asian woman punched in face at B.C. bus stop in unprovoked 'stranger assault'

VIDEO: Asian woman punched in face at B.C. bus stop in unprovoked 'stranger assault'

Vancouver could be host city for a resumed NHL season

Vancouver could be host city for a resumed NHL season

Single car crash kills driver on Sea-to-Sky Highway near Squamish, B.C.

SQUAMISH, B.C. — One man has died in a single-vehicle crash along a section of British Columbia's Sea-to-Sky Highway just south of Squamish. RCMP say the crash happened midday Monday and involved a black BMW coupe.

Give adequate, quality supply of personal protective gear to nurses: B.C. union

VANCOUVER — Nurses already lacking an adequate supply of personal protective equipment have sometimes been given masks with straps that don't tie or gowns that don't fully cover them, the head of the B.C. Nurses' Union says.
COVID-19 playbook to reopen B.C. amid pandemic coming Wednesday, says Dr. Henry

COVID-19 playbook to reopen B.C. amid pandemic coming Wednesday, says Dr. Henry

VICTORIA — Safe ways to increase social and economic contacts in British Columbia will form the basics of a plan to start relaxing provincial pandemic restrictions that have kept people close to their homes since mid-March, says provincial health off
B.C. nurses demand better access to personal protective equipment

B.C. nurses demand better access to personal protective equipment