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SPCA appeals for donations after 119 dogs surrendered from home in northern B.C.

SPCA appeals for donations after 119 dogs surrendered from home in northern B.C.

FORT NELSON, B.C. — The British Columbia SPCA says the recent and unexpected surrender of 119 dogs from a property near Fort Nelson is straining the non-profit society's resources.
Vancouver real estate gains lag North American markets

Vancouver real estate gains lag North American markets

Global factors such as COVID-19 and ‘cheap money’ fuel continental surge, unlike the city’s unique circumstances in the mid-2010s
B.C. allocating initial doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to food processing, ag workers

B.C. allocating initial doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to food processing, ag workers

Province will allow some essential workers to get vaccinated ahead of their age group as mass vaccinations roll out
Burnaby senior who survived COVID-19 gets wild surprise for 99th birthday

Burnaby senior who survived COVID-19 gets wild surprise for 99th birthday

Helen Brown was named a citizen of the year in 1992
Man expected to survive after police-involved shooting in Victoria early Monday

Man expected to survive after police-involved shooting in Victoria early Monday

VICTORIA — Police are releasing few details about an officer-involved shooting in Victoria on Monday.
German couple sailing the world find unexpected refuge in B.C.

German couple sailing the world find unexpected refuge in B.C.

Marion and Paul Bauer spent five months in Campbell River as they waited for the next sailing window.
119 small dogs surrendered in Fort Nelson

119 small dogs surrendered in Fort Nelson

No animal cruelty charges are being recommended at this time
Rogers to buy Shaw in $26b deal

Rogers to buy Shaw in $26b deal

Rogers says deal would create 3,000 jobs in Western Canada
Another ward at Vancouver General Hospital closed by COVID-19 outbreak

Another ward at Vancouver General Hospital closed by COVID-19 outbreak

VANCOUVER — An outbreak of COVID-19 has closed another ward at Vancouver General Hospital, while the health authority says outbreak precautions have been lifted in a separate unit.
Superintendent notes inequality as Surrey school district adds targeted measures

Superintendent notes inequality as Surrey school district adds targeted measures

SURREY, B.C. — The superintendent of a school district in the centre of British Columbia's COVID-19 storm said it was "eye-opening" to learn that many students aren't showing up to take COVID-19 tests after school-based virus exposures come to light.
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