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TransLink adding braille signage at all Lower Mainland bus stops

TransLink adding braille signage at all Lower Mainland bus stops

Project now underway
B.C. health minister says more public health orders could be coming

B.C. health minister says more public health orders could be coming

Recent transmission has come from smaller gatherings, not large events, according to Dix
B.C. woman dubbed 'Wires' wants stock fraud charges dropped

B.C. woman dubbed 'Wires' wants stock fraud charges dropped

The SEC alleges Yvonne Gasarchis received over $1 million between 2010 and 2019 for facilitating transactions between shell companies
RCMP looking for fake cop who stole money after conducting alleged Coquitlam traffic stop

RCMP looking for fake cop who stole money after conducting alleged Coquitlam traffic stop

Motorist explained to the local detachment the vehicle that pulled them over flashed red and blue lights, but the man wasn't wearing a police uniform.
Video: Spoof Spiderman trailer filmed in Richmond hits 1 million views online

Video: Spoof Spiderman trailer filmed in Richmond hits 1 million views online

Viewership numbers show people's appreciation for our work, according to Richmond resident
Coquihalla Highway to reopen next week

Coquihalla Highway to reopen next week

Highway 5 will reopen to commercial traffic and buses
'Borders criminal!' Vancouver police nab driver speeding 100 km/h in 30 zone near school

'Borders criminal!' Vancouver police nab driver speeding 100 km/h in 30 zone near school

"$483 fine and N driver can expect a driving prohibition in near future!" said a VPD officer.

B.C. health officials using 'strict processes' to prevent COVID vaccine record fraud

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say COVID-19 immunization records entered into the provincial immunization registry that are suspected to be fraudulent are being reported to law enforcement.
B.C. welcomes federal government's 'initial' $5 billion in flood disaster relief

B.C. welcomes federal government's 'initial' $5 billion in flood disaster relief

VICTORIA — British Columbia's finance minister says the federal government's $5 billion contribution to flood disaster recovery efforts in the province is a historic amount of cash that reflects the extreme nature of the disaster.
COVID-19 modelling in B.C. shows increases on Vancouver Island, spread of Omicron

COVID-19 modelling in B.C. shows increases on Vancouver Island, spread of Omicron

VANCOUVER — British Columbia health officials are recommending against large holiday parties with COVID-19 cases poised to rise because of the quick-moving Omicron variant, but the threat still won't prompt the rollout of free at-home rapid tests bef
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