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Over 100 people refused hotel quarantine after flying into Vancouver

Over 100 people refused hotel quarantine after flying into Vancouver

The fine for refusing to stay in a government-approved hotel is $3,000.
Burger King puts meatless 'Impossible Whopper' on menu in B.C.

Burger King puts meatless 'Impossible Whopper' on menu in B.C.

It's the first Canadian fast-food chain to have the Impossible on its menus coast-to-coast 🍔 🌱
Adults living, working in Whistler, B.C., eligible for COVID-19 vaccine on Monday

Adults living, working in Whistler, B.C., eligible for COVID-19 vaccine on Monday

WHISTLER, B.C. — Adults living and working in Whistler, B.C. will be able to receive their COVID-19 vaccination earlier than other parts of the province, as the region grapples with a surge of cases.
North Vancouver RCMP say child dies after skiing accident in British Columbia

North Vancouver RCMP say child dies after skiing accident in British Columbia

VANCOUVER — North Vancouver RCMP say a child has died after a skiing accident on a local mountain. Police say they were called to Mount Seymour at about 8 p.m. Saturday for reports of a seriously injured 12-year-old.
'Dying from shame': North Shore dad advocates for policy change after losing son to B.C.'s opioid crisis

'Dying from shame': North Shore dad advocates for policy change after losing son to B.C.'s opioid crisis

'In his name, and for all the other children we have lost, we need to change our attitude to addiction and mental health in order to save lives, families, and communities.'
Updated: Mt. Seymour skiing accident claims life of 12-year-old

Updated: Mt. Seymour skiing accident claims life of 12-year-old

The incident happened around 8 p.m. Saturday night
RCMP investigating after child dies at motel in Duncan, B.C.

RCMP investigating after child dies at motel in Duncan, B.C.

DUNCAN, B.C. — Mounties and the B.C. Coroners Service are investigating after a child's death at a Duncan, B.C. motel Friday night. Police say officers from the North Cowichan Duncan RCMP as well as B.C.
B.C. opens COVID-19 vaccine registration for people 60 and older

B.C. opens COVID-19 vaccine registration for people 60 and older

VICTORIA — British Columbia residents aged 60 and older can now register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The province says nearly one million people have received their first dose of vaccine.
View the world a little differently at this new video exhibit in North Vancouver

View the world a little differently at this new video exhibit in North Vancouver

Take a moment to slow down at this new video presentation at North Vancouver's Polygon Gallery that explores the theme 'Land as teacher and Knowledge Keeper.'
One taken to hospital after plane crash at Metro Vancouver airport

One taken to hospital after plane crash at Metro Vancouver airport

DELTA, B.C. — One person has been taken to hospital after a small plane crashed at Boundary Bay airport in Delta, B.C. on Saturday morning.