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B.C.'s top doctor says Nigerian variant identified in B.C.

B.C.'s top doctor says Nigerian variant identified in B.C.

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says 47 cases of COVID-19 variants have been identified in the province, including one believed to be linked to Nigeria. Dr.
'Holy moly': West Vancouver man wins $9.34-million Lotto jackpot

'Holy moly': West Vancouver man wins $9.34-million Lotto jackpot

He wants to buy a new barbecue with some of the money
Indigenous couple sues B.C. health authority over treatment, death of baby

Indigenous couple sues B.C. health authority over treatment, death of baby

TERRACE, B.C. — An Indigenous couple in northern British Columbia is suing a health authority, alleging their care was mismanaged before the death of their baby. Sarah Morrison and Ronald Luft allege in a statement of claim filed in B.C.
Port Moody family saddled with bills as toddler struggled to speak — then the unexpected happened

Port Moody family saddled with bills as toddler struggled to speak — then the unexpected happened

When staff at a community clinic were sequestered to help with COVID-19 contact tracing, Tommy Crestohl's speech therapy sessions were put on hold just as his father was laid off.
B.C. can soon expect 'significant bump' in vaccine deliveries

B.C. can soon expect 'significant bump' in vaccine deliveries

Health Minister confirms nearly 55,000 doses due next week
B.C. man selling a mostly-complete, handmade submarine built by him and his father

B.C. man selling a mostly-complete, handmade submarine built by him and his father

Two people can fit inside the hull and stand up.
B.C. approves single-use plastics bans in Surrey, Nanaimo, Rossland and Esquimalt

B.C. approves single-use plastics bans in Surrey, Nanaimo, Rossland and Esquimalt

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has approved single-use plastics bans in four more communities. Surrey, Nanaimo, Rossland and Esquimalt are the latest municipalities to implement bans based on their particular needs.
North Van teens, families warned after party linked to COVID spread

North Van teens, families warned after party linked to COVID spread

Recent gathering of teens from several North Van schools results in warnings for seven classes, families in self-isolation
Couple caught in massive Coquihalla pileup recount 'nightmare'

Couple caught in massive Coquihalla pileup recount 'nightmare'

Haunting footage shows murder of crows flying over Metro Vancouver street (VIDEO)

Haunting footage shows murder of crows flying over Metro Vancouver street (VIDEO)

This Burnaby street is a magnet for crows!
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