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TransLink under fire over service cuts, fare hikes

TransLink under fire over service cuts, fare hikes

Members of Vancouver City council and the Vancouver Parks Board have called on TransLink to rescind a recently approved fare increase and end bus stop cancellations
Surrey slashes red tape for pandemic patio program

Surrey slashes red tape for pandemic patio program

Surrey also offers limited grants for patio improvements
Fast-spreading COVID-19 variant P. 1 'worrisome' for B.C.

Fast-spreading COVID-19 variant P. 1 'worrisome' for B.C.

Earlier this month, the province had 87.7% of all known P.1 cases countrywide
Grant-application process now open for B.C. businesses impacted by COVID-19 'circuit breaker'

Grant-application process now open for B.C. businesses impacted by COVID-19 'circuit breaker'

Funding could provide up to $10,000 for businesses of any size
Canada on track to accept Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine amid blood clot concerns

Canada on track to accept Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine amid blood clot concerns

Six cases of blood clots possibly linked to 6.8m doses administered.
B.C. schools will remain open in the face of COVID's third wave

B.C. schools will remain open in the face of COVID's third wave

On the heels of news that Ontario is shutting down in-class instruction, Dr. Bonnie Henry says keeping B.C.'s schools open remains a priority

Charges laid after teen in Nanaimo, B.C., robbed and told to walk home naked

NANAIMO, B.C. — Police in Nanaimo, B.C., are investigating an assault on a teenage boy where the attacker is alleged to have told the 15-year-old to remove his clothes and walk home naked.
(Video) Driver needs to be cut out after flipping car into a Burnaby backyard

(Video) Driver needs to be cut out after flipping car into a Burnaby backyard

A driver need to be cut out of a vehicle after crashing into the backyard of a house in Burnaby. At 3:30 p.m. on Monday afternoon, Burnaby crews responded to a house on Ridgelawn Drive for a car accident.
B.C.'s top doctor says essential workers in hot spots to be vaccinated first

B.C.'s top doctor says essential workers in hot spots to be vaccinated first

WHISTLER, B.C. — British Columbia's provincial health officer is calling for patience among essential workers waiting for a vaccine that's being prioritized for people in areas where COVID-19 transmission is highest. Dr.
British Columbia government looks toward 'brighter future' in throne speech

British Columbia government looks toward 'brighter future' in throne speech

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government looked beyond the COVID-19 pandemic in its speech from the throne on Monday to other priorities including help for the economy, improved health care and taking on inequality. Lt.-Gov.