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B.C. home sales break December record

B.C. home sales break December record

A record month closes out an unprecedented year, characterized by a remarkable recovery
B.C.'s recovery economy: Pandemic's toll on B.C. universities, colleges

B.C.'s recovery economy: Pandemic's toll on B.C. universities, colleges

Campuses became ghost towns in 2020, as post-secondary lectures went virtual
Wind, snow, prompt warnings, power outages across much of southern B.C.

Wind, snow, prompt warnings, power outages across much of southern B.C.

VANCOUVER — The latest wicked weather to sweep across southern British Columbia downed trees and power lines in many areas and left thousands in the dark.

Manslaughter charge laid after deadly post-Christmas assault in Chilliwack, B.C.

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — A manslaughter charge has been laid after the death of a man in late December in Chilliwack, B.C.
REPORT: J.T. Miller and Jordie Benn are quarantined according to NHL's COVID-19 protocol

REPORT: J.T. Miller and Jordie Benn are quarantined according to NHL's COVID-19 protocol

The Canucks will start the season without last season's leading scorer.
British Columbia reports 446 new COVID-19 infections and nine more deaths

British Columbia reports 446 new COVID-19 infections and nine more deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say staying active and connected is important for physical and mental well-being despite the challenges of COVID-19.
B.C. First Nation faces COVID-19 outbreak; community leaders issue racism warnings

B.C. First Nation faces COVID-19 outbreak; community leaders issue racism warnings

VICTORIA — A First Nations community on Vancouver Island hard hit by COVID-19 is facing intolerance from some members of the surrounding community while it fights to contain the outbreak.
Watch this curious seal check out a diver in Metro Vancouver waters (VIDEO)

Watch this curious seal check out a diver in Metro Vancouver waters (VIDEO)

Did it wave its flipper at the end?
Police continue 'aggressive plan' to target Lower Mainland criminals following deadly shootings

Police continue 'aggressive plan' to target Lower Mainland criminals following deadly shootings

Individuals who pose the highest risk because of criminal activity top the list

B.C. watchdog investigates police shooting where man hurt in Chilliwack

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — The B.C. police watchdog is investigating an RCMP-involved shooting that sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries in the Fraser Valley.