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SFU endometriosis research could lead to help for sufferers

SFU endometriosis research could lead to help for sufferers

New theory suggests the previously overlooked hormone — testosterone — has a critical role in the development of endometriosis.
New COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall below 500 in a day

New COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall below 500 in a day

Number of people actively infected with COVID-19 in B.C. falls for the 15th straight update.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. fall to four-week low

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. fall to four-week low

Province records second case of a vaccinated person getting a blood clot.
B.C. sees lower active COVID-19 infections for 13th straight update

B.C. sees lower active COVID-19 infections for 13th straight update

600 new COVID-19 cases identified, while 423 people are treated in hospital – 141 of those in ICU.
Squamish's vehicle-living and camping restrictions move ahead

Squamish's vehicle-living and camping restrictions move ahead

District of Squamish Council passes three readings of bylaws that will levy $100 fines against those who do not comply with regulations.
Man arrested in Squamish receives jail time

Man arrested in Squamish receives jail time

Kevin Michael Caron, of Surrey, sentenced for B&Es, some in Squamish.
COVID-19 vaccinations hit daily record in B.C. as new infections keep falling

COVID-19 vaccinations hit daily record in B.C. as new infections keep falling

Two more people die from COVID-19 in B.C., raising the province's death toll to 1,624
Squamish Search and rescue assists fallen biker

Squamish Search and rescue assists fallen biker

On Saturday a rider injured his arm after falling on the Recycle trail.
Woodfibre LNG secures second deal with BP Gas Marketing Limited

Woodfibre LNG secures second deal with BP Gas Marketing Limited

In total, this deal means BP Gas Marketing will be receiving a total of 1.5 million tonnes per annum, which is over 70% of Woodfibre LNG’s future annual production.
New COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall, as hospitalizations decline, 20 die

New COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall, as hospitalizations decline, 20 die

More than two million British Columbians have now had at least one dose of vaccine.