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Vancouver man who hosted large parties sentenced again for violating COVID-19 rules

Vancouver man who hosted large parties sentenced again for violating COVID-19 rules

VANCOUVER — Police in Vancouver say a man convicted of breaking COVID-19 restrictions earlier this year has been sentenced to jail after pleading guilty to more charges. Const.
Nanaimo senior punched after asking group on stairs to move

Nanaimo senior punched after asking group on stairs to move

The attack happened about 2:45 p.m. Nov. 20 on the stairs leading to the museum, when volunteer Pat Murphy noticed two women with shopping bags trying to walk up.
North Van district principal to take on provincial role in Indigenous education

North Van district principal to take on provincial role in Indigenous education

New role includes supporting both students and teachers to broaden knowledge of Indigenous perspectives
Four men charged with assault in Vancouver fight

Four men charged with assault in Vancouver fight

The incident happened in August, near Boundary and East 45th 
Active Vanderhoof shooter suspect arrested, in custody

Active Vanderhoof shooter suspect arrested, in custody

Vanderhoof mayor praises use of BC Emergency Alert System during active shooting

B.C. reports 424 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deaths

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is reporting 424 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the active case count in the province to 3,061. Of the active cases, it says 295 people are in hospital with 112 in intensive care.
B.C. supply chain disruptions show importance of being resilient: Vancouver port

B.C. supply chain disruptions show importance of being resilient: Vancouver port

Vancouver's port authority CEO Robin Silvester says recent flooding coupled with other concurrent emergencies have shown the need for adaptation in responding to climate change challenges in Canada.
Anti-masker leaves swastika graffiti on North Vancouver MLA's office

Anti-masker leaves swastika graffiti on North Vancouver MLA's office

Noxious symbol greeted staff on arrival at constituency office in Lynn Valley Thursday morning
Results from B.C. money laundering inquiry delayed until May 2022

Results from B.C. money laundering inquiry delayed until May 2022

Delays due to the pandemic have pushed the final report back a full year
Off-grid YouTubers document destruction and repair of Coquihalla Highway (VIDEOS)

Off-grid YouTubers document destruction and repair of Coquihalla Highway (VIDEOS)

“If you like big machines this is for you!”