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Diners’ private information compromised when left in open

Diners’ private information compromised when left in open

Personal information is solely for contact tracing, not marketing: B.C. privacy commissioner
Hospital cleaning staff waiting for vaccine, part of Phase 2

Hospital cleaning staff waiting for vaccine, part of Phase 2

Dr. Bonnie Henry says the ministry is looking at which jobs are the most at risk for infections and outbreaks.
Homicide team joins probe into death of 11-year-old injured in his Fraser Valley home

Homicide team joins probe into death of 11-year-old injured in his Fraser Valley home

AGASSIZ, B.C. — An autopsy is expected after the death of an 11-year-old boy severely injured several days ago at his family's home east of Vancouver.
No pirate hat for Pastafarian’s driver’s licence photo: court

No pirate hat for Pastafarian’s driver’s licence photo: court

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster member says religious rights breached.
Chief Coroner: Illicit drug supply in B.C. ‘becoming even deadlier’

Chief Coroner: Illicit drug supply in B.C. ‘becoming even deadlier’

A total of 165 people in B.C. died of an overdose in January 2021

Third youth arrested after student assaulted outside Surrey, B.C., high school

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say a third suspect has surrendered to police after a youth was assaulted with a weapon Monday in an attack outside a school in Surrey, B.C.
Horgan silent on China’s alleged genocide tied to B.C. trade agreement

Horgan silent on China’s alleged genocide tied to B.C. trade agreement

B.C. has an MOU on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which is seen by some as a primary motive behind acts to suppress Muslims in Xinjiang
Indigenous youth group to send testimonials of 'violent' Vancouver police action to United Nations

Indigenous youth group to send testimonials of 'violent' Vancouver police action to United Nations

The Braided Warriors returned to the site of last week's protest to film testimonials of their experiences with the VPD to be submitted to the UN Human Rights Council Committee.
Dakota Bowl protected under deal with Squamish Nation

Dakota Bowl protected under deal with Squamish Nation

77 culturally modified trees have been identified in the area that is now part of an agreement between Squamish Nation and the province
B.C. records 1,478 new COVID-19 cases, and eight deaths in past three days

B.C. records 1,478 new COVID-19 cases, and eight deaths in past three days

B.C.'s death toll from the pandemic has risen to 1,363.
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