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'Like missiles': B.C. resident who lost home in river recalls rush to safety

'Like missiles': B.C. resident who lost home in river recalls rush to safety

Provincial system is ‘failing us,’ says regional district in urgent plea to government
B.C. reports first case of Omicron variant

B.C. reports first case of Omicron variant

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the province is reporting its first case of the new variant.
Third atmospheric river to hit B.C. will dump intense rain, melt snow

Third atmospheric river to hit B.C. will dump intense rain, melt snow

Heavy snowfall is forecast in the Peace Region and the Columbia Mountains
B.C. closing Highway 99 between Lillooet and Pemberton

B.C. closing Highway 99 between Lillooet and Pemberton

The stretch of road will close at 4 p.m. Tuesday
Vancouver man scratches winning lotto ticket, plans to buy Tesla

Vancouver man scratches winning lotto ticket, plans to buy Tesla

He bought the ticket at the gas station - but he won't be needing those pumps soon.
Is B.C.'s transit system on the road to recovery?

Is B.C.'s transit system on the road to recovery?

New CEO maps out TransLink’s revenue revival plan
Minimum sentence for sexual touching of a young person unconstitutional, judge rules

Minimum sentence for sexual touching of a young person unconstitutional, judge rules

Judge rules minimum mandatory sentence 'invalid,' says it's disproportionate to offences on the lower end of the scale
Yukon reports 32 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths

Yukon reports 32 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths

VANCOUVER — Yukon is reporting 32 new cases of COVID-19 over a three-day period, bringing the active case count to 69. Since the pandemic began, the territory has recorded 1,507 cases. Of those, the health authority says 1,429 have recovered.
COVID-19 immunization clinics open to B.C. kids ages five to 11 on Monday

COVID-19 immunization clinics open to B.C. kids ages five to 11 on Monday

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister says the government is pleased that so many parents are interested in ensuring their children are vaccinated for COVID-19.
'I feel much better today': Abbotsford mayor confident city can hold off current floodwaters

'I feel much better today': Abbotsford mayor confident city can hold off current floodwaters

Floodgates have opened into the Fraser River
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