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Here is how the B.C. government plans to eradicate 'murder hornets'

Here is how the B.C. government plans to eradicate 'murder hornets'

Disturbing a nest will put them on the attack. And a sting packs a mighty wallop.
B.C. reports 737 new cases of COVID-19 as officials tout Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

B.C. reports 737 new cases of COVID-19 as officials tout Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

VICTORIA — British Columbia officials say the province will use "every last drop" of available vaccine in its parallel COVID-19 vaccination programs. Provincial health officer Dr.
BC Ferries says COVID-19 was transmitted between employees at its Horseshoe Bay terminal

BC Ferries says COVID-19 was transmitted between employees at its Horseshoe Bay terminal

Health authorities say the risk to the public is 'very low'

B.C. homicide investigators called in after two bodies found in home after fire

RICHMOND, B.C. — Homicide investigators are investigating after two bodies were found inside a home in Richmond, B.C., that was on fire early Friday morning. Det.
This map shows where the COVID-19 hotspots are in B.C. (MAP)

This map shows where the COVID-19 hotspots are in B.C. (MAP)

Million-dollar payday missed as winning ticket bought on Island goes unclaimed

Million-dollar payday missed as winning ticket bought on Island goes unclaimed

The unclaimed money will go back into the prize pool.
Meet the hardcore dive team who cleans up your lake litter (VIDEO)

Meet the hardcore dive team who cleans up your lake litter (VIDEO)

They've picked up roughly 45,000 beer cans since 2013. 🚯
Cullen commission money laundering report due in May gets extension to December

Cullen commission money laundering report due in May gets extension to December

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has granted a commission into money laundering an extension to produce its final report and make recommendations. The report was due in May, but the commission now has until Dec.
Vancouver residents lose $2 million in one week to cryptocurrency scams

Vancouver residents lose $2 million in one week to cryptocurrency scams

Vancouver police ask locals 'be wary' and notify friends and family.
B.C. completes 95% of surgeries postponed during first wave of COVID-19

B.C. completes 95% of surgeries postponed during first wave of COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister says 95 per cent of surgeries that were postponed during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic have been completed, partly through a more efficient use of resources.