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Vaccine update: Some Moderna, AstraZeneca recipients face extra hurdles for second doses

Vaccine update: Some Moderna, AstraZeneca recipients face extra hurdles for second doses

NACI unveiled new recommendations earlier in the week on vaccine interchangeability
Investigation into Whistler ransomware attack near completion

Investigation into Whistler ransomware attack near completion

Municipal services slowly returning, with more to come in the weeks ahead 
B.C. menswear retailer Boys'Co. to permanently close

B.C. menswear retailer Boys'Co. to permanently close

David Goldman, 71, became a partner in his father's business in 1973, and at one point had 14 stores in five brands. 
Hot, hot, hot: B.C. smashed 15 temperature records yesterday

Hot, hot, hot: B.C. smashed 15 temperature records yesterday

Did you find it hot in Vancouver yesterday?
Good Samaritans in Vancouver retrieve woman’s stolen wallet in a dramatic foot chase

Good Samaritans in Vancouver retrieve woman’s stolen wallet in a dramatic foot chase

"Our community spirit alive and well in Vancouver -- it might be stronger than ever.”
Food inflation looms for B.C. consumers

Food inflation looms for B.C. consumers

Grocers and wholesalers grapple with rising costs as pandemic recedes
Police 'amazed' as four customers thwart armed bank robbery in Abbotsford, B.C.

Police 'amazed' as four customers thwart armed bank robbery in Abbotsford, B.C.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police say a suspect is in custody after customers in a bank in British Columbia refused to obey orders from a shotgun-brandishing robber and tackled her instead.
Canadian Coast Guard destroys Indigenous man's boat — he's then sued to cover $8,500 bill

Canadian Coast Guard destroys Indigenous man's boat — he's then sued to cover $8,500 bill

A Campbell River man is being fined over $8,500 in federal court after the Canadian Coast Guard destroyed his boat.
B.C. health officials say return to normal life may cause anxiety to some people

B.C. health officials say return to normal life may cause anxiety to some people

VICTORIA — Health officials say British Columbia's COVID-19 restart plan will be a slow, cautious progression to normal life, but they acknowledge it may cause anxiety or fear in some people.
Information commissioners tell governments to be more transparent

Information commissioners tell governments to be more transparent

Make access to information a political issue, prof says