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"The Good Doctor" actor Richard Schiff hospitalized with COVID-19

"The Good Doctor" actor Richard Schiff hospitalized with COVID-19

VANCOUVER — Actor Richard Schiff, who appears on the Vancouver-filmed TV series "The Good Doctor," has been hospitalized with COVID-19, three weeks after testing positive for the virus.
Vancouver council approves plan that could set fees to drive into the downtown core

Vancouver council approves plan that could set fees to drive into the downtown core

Vancouver city council has approved a Climate Emergency Action Plan that could see a levy placed on all vehicles entering the downtown core. Green Coun. Pete Fry says in a social media post that council voted in favour of the plan Tuesday night.
Powerful winds, high tides raise flooding concerns as storm sweeps across B.C.

Powerful winds, high tides raise flooding concerns as storm sweeps across B.C.

VANCOUVER — A storm has battered coastal British Columbia with strong winds while blanketing many other parts of the province in snow.
B.C. education minister wants to avoid school closures completely

B.C. education minister wants to avoid school closures completely

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's education minister hopes the government will be able to avoid school closures under any scenario but he would defer to advice from public health officials should COVID-19 cases worsen.
Health officer says COVID-19 cases reach new high at 717 in B.C. and 11 deaths

Health officer says COVID-19 cases reach new high at 717 in B.C. and 11 deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer says COVID-19 cases are rising on Vancouver Island, in the Interior and in the North as people take the illness with them when they travel from the Lower Mainland.
Recount affirms B.C. Liberal narrowly beats Green in West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

Recount affirms B.C. Liberal narrowly beats Green in West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

VICTORIA — Elections B.C. says a judicial recount in West Vancouver-Sea to Sky has affirmed incumbent B.C. Liberal Jordan Sturdy as the winner. On election night, the riding went to the B.C.
B.C.'s top doctor resists bringing in fines and making masks mandatory

B.C.'s top doctor resists bringing in fines and making masks mandatory

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says she is not in favour of instituting fines for people who don't follow the rules for wearing masks or maintaining physical distancing. Dr.

Fire at hospital in Burnaby, B.C., forces ER closure as damage assessed

BURNABY, B.C. — A fire at the hospital in Burnaby, B.C., has forced the temporary closure of the emergency department. A statement from Fraser Health says the fire started in one wing and affected several other areas of the building.
Don't destroy this Burnaby 'architectural masterwork,' group urges SFU

Don't destroy this Burnaby 'architectural masterwork,' group urges SFU

Former women's residence slated for demolition at Burnaby Mountain campus
Steveston fish 'n' chip shop being sued by ramp collapse victims

Steveston fish 'n' chip shop being sued by ramp collapse victims

Three of the four people that were on the ramp leading to a popular Steveston fish ‘n’ chip shop when it collapsed two years ago have filed a lawsuit.