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Tribunal dismisses another mask human rights claim

Tribunal dismisses another mask human rights claim

Man who walked to and from clinic claimed he couldn’t walk 30 feet
Vancouver's Wreck Beach ranked one of world's top skinny dipping spots (MAP)

Vancouver's Wreck Beach ranked one of world's top skinny dipping spots (MAP)

Want to know where else to go for naked swims?
Vaccinations rebooked in Revelstoke after 'invalid' doses given to more than 500 people

Vaccinations rebooked in Revelstoke after 'invalid' doses given to more than 500 people

The health authority is following up with each impacted client.
B.C.'s back-to-school plan will see return of mask mandate

B.C.'s back-to-school plan will see return of mask mandate

Full-time, in-class learning resumes Sept. 7.
COVID-19: B.C. unveils plans for vaccine passports

COVID-19: B.C. unveils plans for vaccine passports

Introduction of vaccine certificates comes amid surging cases of COVID-19
Delta Hockey Academy mourns the loss of three players

Delta Hockey Academy mourns the loss of three players

Delta Hockey Academy's home at Planet Ice in North Delta was closed to the public on Monday
Richmond woman scoops $1 million on the lottery

Richmond woman scoops $1 million on the lottery

Eiko Yamase plans to explore eastern Canada with some of her winnings
Best shore spawner kokanee return since 1970s left high and dry by low lake level

Best shore spawner kokanee return since 1970s left high and dry by low lake level

The BC Wildlife Federation says the science behind lake level decisions 'clearly isn't working with our changing climate.'
Vancouver police investigating vandalism at memorial as possible hate crime

Vancouver police investigating vandalism at memorial as possible hate crime

VANCOUVER — The defacing of a public memorial in Vancouver to those who were aboard a ship that was forced to return to India more than a century ago is being treated by police as a possible hate crime.
B.C. holding COVID-19 vaccination update; premier attending

B.C. holding COVID-19 vaccination update; premier attending

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan, along with the health minister and provincial health officer, will be holding a briefing on COVID-19 vaccinations in British Columbia this afternoon.