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BCCDC flags 6 more Vancouver flights for potential COVID-19 exposure

BCCDC flags 6 more Vancouver flights for potential COVID-19 exposure

Health officials continue to instruct British Columbians to avoid any non-essential travel outside of their home communities
Catholic church names more sexually abusive priests, more victims come forward

Catholic church names more sexually abusive priests, more victims come forward

“I apologize to each of them for the trauma,” archbishop says
Non-essential travel restrictions at Canada-U.S. border extended to Jan. 21, 2021

Non-essential travel restrictions at Canada-U.S. border extended to Jan. 21, 2021

Restrictions on non-essential travel between Canada and the United States will be extended until at least Jan. 21, 2021. 
The most productive meteor shower of the year takes place this month in Vancouver

The most productive meteor shower of the year takes place this month in Vancouver

Stargazers will be able to see around 60 to 120 meteors per hour on the night of the peak
B.C. premier Horgan says he'd get COVID vaccine early to reassure public

B.C. premier Horgan says he'd get COVID vaccine early to reassure public

"I do not want to queue jump, I do not want to elbow people out of the way to be at a microphone or a photo op."
Major Coquitlam park to be a staging ground for Trans Mountain Pipeline project

Major Coquitlam park to be a staging ground for Trans Mountain Pipeline project

Agreement reached between Metro Vancouver and the federal Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion will provide $1.4 million in park enhancements, but Coquitlam environmental stewards and naturalists concerned impacts will harm birds and other wildlife
Metro Vancouver Superstore and Shoppers Drug Mart workers test positive for COVID-19

Metro Vancouver Superstore and Shoppers Drug Mart workers test positive for COVID-19

More employees of Loblaw-owned stores operating in Metro Vancouver have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). 
B.C. baby of mother in coma from COVID-19 is 'strong and healthy,' aunt says

B.C. baby of mother in coma from COVID-19 is 'strong and healthy,' aunt says

The family is trying to stay hopeful but keep their expectations reasonable as the mother remains unconscious a month later.
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority coping well through 2020’s challenges, CEO says

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority coping well through 2020’s challenges, CEO says

The pandemic has caused the B.C. and the world to examine supply chain issues, challenges and changes
Dr. Bonnie Henry warns to stay vigilant as B.C. reports highest COVID death toll

Dr. Bonnie Henry warns to stay vigilant as B.C. reports highest COVID death toll

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer is urging people to be patient and keep taking precautions to prevent transmission of COVID-19 as the province recorded its highest death toll in a single "tragic" day. Dr.