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B.C. aims to support repeat offenders while protecting communities

Victoria: The British Columbia government has hired two experts to investigate and report on how best to prevent cycles of crime involving prolific offenders...

Local tourism events resume throughout B.C.

Celebration of Lights, outdoor music festivals and art shows are some of the events people can look forward to in the coming year, with...

Moderna prepares to seek Health Canada COVID-19 vaccine approval for...

Surrey: Moderna says it’s working on a submission to Health Canada for the approval a COVID-19 vaccine for children under the age of six. The...

B.C. announces $19 million in funding to Forests Ministry to fight...

Vancouver: Both sides on the issue of old-growth logging in British Columbia are so polarized they “can’t see the forest for the trees,’’ Forests...

University of B.C. to keep mask mandate in place until June...

Vancouver: The University of British Columbia says it will keep its mask mandate for indoor spaces until the end of June as experts anticipate...

B.C. sees increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations over past week

Victoria: British Columbia Premier John Horgan says he has “low energy’’ two weeks after testing positive for COVID-19. At a news conference on a separate...

Thousands share their thoughts on using data to address systemic racism

VICTORIA - More than 13,000 British Columbians have participated in an engagement on how government can safely and thoughtfully use demographic data to address systemic...

B.C. Land Matching Program reaches new milestone

The B.C. Land Matching Program (BCLMP) delivered by Young Agrarians has achieved more than 200 matches, bringing farmers and landholders together to strengthen the...

Statement from Premier John Horgan in honour of Vaisakhi

Victoria - Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in honour of Vaisakhi: “Today, in B.C. and around the world, people in the Sikh community...

More than 9,400 British Columbians lost to toxic illicit drugs since...

VICTORIA - Preliminary data released by the BC Coroners Service reveals that the toxic drug supply has claimed the lives of 9,410 British Columbians since...

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