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Dieticians most vaccinated health professionals in B.C. but no data on nurses: Minister

Dieticians most vaccinated health professionals in B.C. but no data on nurses: Minister

Health officials say data will be made available in coming weeks
'Keep Adriana and Alberto home': New Westminster rallies to support family facing deportation

'Keep Adriana and Alberto home': New Westminster rallies to support family facing deportation

Advocates want immigration minister to let Mexican couple stay in Canada despite a CBSA removal order.
Canadian men's soccer team to play game in Vancouver before trip to World Cup

Canadian men's soccer team to play game in Vancouver before trip to World Cup

For the first time since 2019, the team will be taking the field at BC Place.
IHIT investigating two suspicious deaths at Abbotsford residence

IHIT investigating two suspicious deaths at Abbotsford residence

Police are looking for dashcam and security footage from the area.
Homicide team probing discovery of two bodies found in Abbotsford, B.C., home

Homicide team probing discovery of two bodies found in Abbotsford, B.C., home

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Homicide detectives are investigating two suspicious deaths in Abbotsford, B.C. Police in that Fraser Valley city say they were called to a home in a rural area of north Abbotsford on Monday.
Reward in cougar poaching case now stands at $8,500

Reward in cougar poaching case now stands at $8,500

The B.C. Conservation Officers Service found two cougar kittens near Hill 60 Forest Service Road in the Cowichan Valley. The paws of both kittens had been cut off and one was missing its head.
Smelly spill in ditch has B.C. farming community concerned about fumes, livestock

Smelly spill in ditch has B.C. farming community concerned about fumes, livestock

DAWSON CREEK, B.C. — The Peace Valley Regional District says a strong odour from a ditch in the northeastern B.C. farming community of Rolla was due to the spill of a hydrocarbon from an unknown source.
Charges in child's death took four years because of volume of evidence: RCMP

Charges in child's death took four years because of volume of evidence: RCMP

“Television makes homicides look very easy [to solve]. In fact, they’re not. Four years is a long time to wait for answers and unfortunately, these things are just very complex,” says Sgt. Clayton Wiebe.
103-year-old war veteran passes halfway mark on fundraising journey

103-year-old war veteran passes halfway mark on fundraising journey

A 103-year-old Oak Bay veteran has passed the halfway mark on his 103-lap journey to raise money for children affected by the war in Ukraine.
Video shows dog startle Burnaby girl into oncoming dump truck, developer says

Video shows dog startle Burnaby girl into oncoming dump truck, developer says

Ledingham McAllister and Marcon Construction say they have handed over CCTV footage from their construction site that captured the accident but police urge people 'not to jump to conclusions' based on 'one view of the incident'
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