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UNDRIP no reconciliation silver bullet

UNDRIP no reconciliation silver bullet

Jody Wilson-Raybould says mechanisms for nation-building lacking
COVID hospitalizations fall by just over 1% in B.C.

COVID hospitalizations fall by just over 1% in B.C.

The provincial government announced 1,236 new cases, bringing B.C.’s active caseload to 28,302.
B.C. slated to receive 16 million COVID-19 rapid test kits by mid-February

B.C. slated to receive 16 million COVID-19 rapid test kits by mid-February

The tests are being distributed based on a priority list set by public health officials
B.C. First Nation schools struggle with pandemic attendance

B.C. First Nation schools struggle with pandemic attendance

First Nation communities across B.C. are juggling COVID-19 concerns while trying to keep youth educated and engaged in school.
Every long-term care resident can have a visitor, even during outbreaks, Henry says

Every long-term care resident can have a visitor, even during outbreaks, Henry says

Previously, residents had been limited to "essential" visitors during outbreaks — a designation some families say was hard to get, since it must be approved by individual care homes.
Most B.C. COVID patients testing positive after hospitalization for other reasons

Most B.C. COVID patients testing positive after hospitalization for other reasons

VANCOUVER — COVID-19 hospitalizations in British Columbia are at their highest level and over 60 per cent of patients since December have tested positive for the virus after being admitted for other reasons, the provincial health officer says. Dr.
More snow forecast for parts of British Columbia on Groundhog Day

More snow forecast for parts of British Columbia on Groundhog Day

VANCOUVER — Snow is back in the forecasts for parts of the British Columbia on Wednesday.
Are COVID-19 patients transmitting the virus in B.C. hospitals? Health officials weigh in.

Are COVID-19 patients transmitting the virus in B.C. hospitals? Health officials weigh in.

Patients who had COVID-19 shared rooms with people who did not.
Man carrying 'enormous' amount of drugs in Nanaimo gets jail time

Man carrying 'enormous' amount of drugs in Nanaimo gets jail time

A man found carrying 278 grams of drugs and $20,820 in cash as well as drug paraphernalia was sentenced to six years in prison after pleading guilty to three different trafficking charges.
COVID-19 hospitalizations appear to have hit a peak in B.C., Omicron half as severe as Delta

COVID-19 hospitalizations appear to have hit a peak in B.C., Omicron half as severe as Delta

Health Minister Adrian Dix announced that 93.1 per cent of adults in B.C. have now received at least one dose of vaccine
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