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Hybrid hotels events are ‘here to stay’ in B.C.

Hybrid hotels events are ‘here to stay’ in B.C.

When the pandemic hit B.C. in March, the JW Marriott Parq Vancouver and The Douglas saw almost all of their group and convention business cancel or change overnight.
Truck driver responsible for Humboldt Broncos crash seeks to stay in Canada

Truck driver responsible for Humboldt Broncos crash seeks to stay in Canada

REGINA — A lawyer representing the truck driver responsible for the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash says his client wants to stay in Canada once released from prison.
Vancouver ranked one of the best cities in the world amid COVID-19: 2021 report

Vancouver ranked one of the best cities in the world amid COVID-19: 2021 report

Vancouver has been ranked as one of the best cities in the world, even taking into account the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic
Rise and shine, Prince George!

Rise and shine, Prince George!

Hang on to your hats!
Third Air Canada flight out of Prince George exposed to COVID-19: BCCDC

Third Air Canada flight out of Prince George exposed to COVID-19: BCCDC

Vancouver to YXS flight on Oct. 18 listed
Rare 19-year ‘blue moon’ may beam down on Halloween Night in Prince George

Rare 19-year ‘blue moon’ may beam down on Halloween Night in Prince George

Coincidental lunar orbit adds to 'craziness' of 2020, says one local astronomer
VIDEO: B.C. woman tries to dine and dash, but falls through kitchen ceiling

VIDEO: B.C. woman tries to dine and dash, but falls through kitchen ceiling

And she landed right in front of police officers.
Prince Rupert's Roosevelt Park marks 10th Northern Health school for possible COVID-19 exposure

Prince Rupert's Roosevelt Park marks 10th Northern Health school for possible COVID-19 exposure

Oct. 21 and 22 are exposure dates for SD52 institution
Northern Health records seven new COVID-19 cases, B.C. adds 234

Northern Health records seven new COVID-19 cases, B.C. adds 234

One new death in province
Flair Airlines temporarily suspends Prince George service due to 'adjustments to fleet'

Flair Airlines temporarily suspends Prince George service due to 'adjustments to fleet'

Flights will hopefully resume Dec. 18