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Fraser Health declares two new COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care, another two over

Fraser Health declares two new COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care, another two over

SURREY, B.C. — Fraser Health has confirmed two new COVID-19 outbreaks at long-term care homes in the region of British Columbia, while declaring another two over on Saturday.

Churches in B.C. get $18,400 in tickets for breaking COVID-19 rules

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — The RCMP say they have served tickets totalling $18,400 to representatives from three places of worship in British Columbia's Fraser Valley for violating public health orders.
No easy solutions to complex problem of high condo insurance premiums: B.C. report

No easy solutions to complex problem of high condo insurance premiums: B.C. report

VANCOUVER — A Crown corporation that regulates British Columbia's private-sector insurance companies says an average 40 per cent increase in condo insurance premiums resulted from various factors including risks that insurers face from earthquakes, w

Surge in website applications slows process for B.C. COVID-19 benefit

VICTORIA — A high volume of online applications for the British Columbia COVID-19 recovery benefit has slowed the process. Some users have reported getting an error on the site when making their application for the benefit of up to $1,000.
There could be hope for COVID-19 testing on Bowen Island

There could be hope for COVID-19 testing on Bowen Island

No promises given but community paramedics could be Bowen's COVID-19 testing solution

Burnaby Hospital fire that contributed to COVID-19 outbreak deemed arson: RCMP

BURNABY, B.C. — The RCMP say a fire that has been blamed for contributing to an outbreak of COVID-19 at a Metro Vancouver hospital was set deliberately.
B.C.'s top doctor says plan now for safe, COVID-free Christmas

B.C.'s top doctor says plan now for safe, COVID-free Christmas

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor is advising people with chronic health conditions to contact their family doctor to determine if they should get vaccinated for COVID-19. Dr.
B.C. police watchdog investigates Vancouver officers' use of force in arrest of man

B.C. police watchdog investigates Vancouver officers' use of force in arrest of man

VANCOUVER — B.C.'s police complaint commissioner will proceed with a disciplinary-conduct investigation into the actions of seven Vancouver officers involved in the arrest of a man who died five years ago. The B.C.

Two options on table to replace George Massey Tunnel in Metro Vancouver

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it has received a business case outlining two options to replace the 61-year-old George Massey Tunnel in Metro Vancouver.

Privacy watchdog rejects B.C. First Nation's bid to access location of COVID-19 cases

VICTORIA — B.C.'s information and privacy commissioner says the province is releasing enough information to allow First Nations and the public to mitigate the risks of COVID-19.