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North Vancouver massage therapist suspended for not wearing mask

North Vancouver massage therapist suspended for not wearing mask

Edgemont therapist also alleged to have made 'sexualized' comments during appointments
Helicopter crashes on Bowen Island

Helicopter crashes on Bowen Island

Two occupants being treated at Vancouver General Hospital as a precaution.
Salon refuses to cut 10-month-old's hair because he wasn't wearing a mask

Salon refuses to cut 10-month-old's hair because he wasn't wearing a mask

Free online Scotia Girls HockeyFest features Canadian stars

Free online Scotia Girls HockeyFest features Canadian stars

Cassie Campbell-Pascall, Natalie Spooner and  P.K. Subban among guest speakers
Several patients on new unit at Vancouver General Hospital test positive for COVID-19

Several patients on new unit at Vancouver General Hospital test positive for COVID-19

VANCOUVER — Health officials are reporting a COVID-19 outbreak in a fourth unit of Vancouver General Hospital.
B.C. to determine which essential workers will receive Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

B.C. to determine which essential workers will receive Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be given to first responders and essential workers, but the province still needs to determine which industries will be included. Dr.
B.C. podcaster looks to uncover the truth about the famous sasquatch

B.C. podcaster looks to uncover the truth about the famous sasquatch

The podcast, Nicola Valley Bigfoot, is available on Spotify.
Henry apologizes for ‘communications’ over second-dose cancellations

Henry apologizes for ‘communications’ over second-dose cancellations

Cancellations unfolded after B.C. changed its vaccination strategy this week
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. rise to seven-week high

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. rise to seven-week high

Health officials are closely monitoring 8,659 people for symptoms because of possible infections – the highest total in almost eight weeks.
TransLink study shows copper kills almost all bacteria on high-touch surfaces

TransLink study shows copper kills almost all bacteria on high-touch surfaces

VANCOUVER — Results of a study led by Metro Vancouver's transit operator reveal copper on high-touch surfaces is lethal to bacteria. A statement from TransLink says the findings of the industry-leading trial show copper products kill up to 99.
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