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Man, woman, each fined $230 for coughing on patrons of Vancouver gym: police

Man, woman, each fined $230 for coughing on patrons of Vancouver gym: police

VANCOUVER — A man and woman have each been fined for pretending to cough on customers in a gym just steps from Vancouver police headquarters.
B.C. COVID-19 immunizations still on track for end of March: top doctor

B.C. COVID-19 immunizations still on track for end of March: top doctor

VICTORIA — Production delays for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine are a temporary setback that will slow down the delivery of first doses in B.C. over the next few weeks, the province's top doctor said. But B.C.
Cost, other options, prompt B.C. to phase out enhanced driver's licence and ID cards

Cost, other options, prompt B.C. to phase out enhanced driver's licence and ID cards

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it is phasing out two types of travel identification cards that allowed easier entrance into the United States.
B.C. museum releases 16,100+ historic Indigenous photos to public

B.C. museum releases 16,100+ historic Indigenous photos to public

The newly-digitized images span the late 1800s to the 1970s
Despite hiccup, record reservations for B.C. campgrounds

Despite hiccup, record reservations for B.C. campgrounds

Despite an opening day marked by technical issues for B.C.’s camping reservation system, a record 50,479 bookings were made.
Body cams, more oversight for conservation officers, says group upset over B.C. bear killings

Body cams, more oversight for conservation officers, says group upset over B.C. bear killings

'B.C. is not a shooting gallery for government employees'
This B.C. island has the highest concentration of cougars in the world

This B.C. island has the highest concentration of cougars in the world

Referred to as a puma, cougar, and a mountain lion, these wild cats cause a scare wherever they are found and are plentiful on this B.C. island.
Horse-drawn carriage debate on hold as staff investigates proposed ban

Horse-drawn carriage debate on hold as staff investigates proposed ban

Victoria council has delayed a decision on whether to ban horse-drawn carriages from city streets. Councillors voted at a committee of the whole meeting Thursday to put the debate on hold while staff investigate implications of such a move.
Chinese government-sponsored student groups in B.C. should provoke dialogue: rights advocates

Chinese government-sponsored student groups in B.C. should provoke dialogue: rights advocates

Chinese government-sponsored student groups are coming under the spotlight in Canada, including in B.C. where a university authorized a military-style Chinese flag raising ceremony.
Spring temperatures soar into record breaking highs

Spring temperatures soar into record breaking highs

122 Records were broken across the province since Sunday last week
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