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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
Graffiti found on Catholic church 'deeply disturbing,' says band chief

Graffiti found on Catholic church 'deeply disturbing,' says band chief

The graffiti appeared days after Tk’emlups te Secwepemc announced it had located the remains of 215 children on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.
BC SPCA campaigns to stop overseas transport of horses to be slaughtered

BC SPCA campaigns to stop overseas transport of horses to be slaughtered

BC SPCA says horses are bred for this
Hong Kong-Canadians want to expose China’s propaganda machine

Hong Kong-Canadians want to expose China’s propaganda machine

Foreign influence tough to pin down without laws and institutional awareness, says Alliance Canada Hong Kong.
B.C. lays out plans for 'modernizing' regulation of the forest industry

B.C. lays out plans for 'modernizing' regulation of the forest industry

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has released a series of goals, plans and an initial yearlong timeline as it works to "modernize" its regulation of the forest sector.
At least six more arrests at old-growth blockade near Port Renfrew

At least six more arrests at old-growth blockade near Port Renfrew

Protesters have been camped out in the woods of southern Vancouver Island since last August to block industry from logging old-growth trees.
B.C. woman behind viral photo was given up for adoption to avoid being sent to Kamloops residential school (VIDEO)

B.C. woman behind viral photo was given up for adoption to avoid being sent to Kamloops residential school (VIDEO)

"We have to take action and we have to make people accountable."
70 per cent of B.C.'s eligible adults have first shot of COVID-19 vaccine

70 per cent of B.C.'s eligible adults have first shot of COVID-19 vaccine

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say about 70 per cent of eligible adults in the province have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
What are those 'tumbleweeds' of white fluffy stuff in Vancouver? (VIDEOS)

What are those 'tumbleweeds' of white fluffy stuff in Vancouver? (VIDEOS)

Are they harmful? Do they cause allergies?