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B.C. hiring more health care staff as it wipes out surgery...

Victoria: British Columbia has almost caught up with the backlog of surgeries from the pandemic and weather events while it sets new targets to...

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...

Canada Post temporarily resumes mail delivery in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Vancouver: Canada Post has temporarily resumed delivery to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, more than a month after it stopped bringing mail to a two-block area...

Court says men not guilty in deaths of ‘tragically innocent’...

Vancouver: Two men have been found not guilty for the murders of a Cranbrook, B.C., couple over what their British Columbia Supreme Court trial...

RCMP in Surrey, B.C, investigate ‘disturbing incident’ directed at Muslim...

Surrey: RCMP in British Columbia say they’ve identified someone they believe was driving a vehicle thought to have been involved in what police have...

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...

Outdoor Summer Art Festival Returns and Accepting Artist Applications

Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Visual Art Foundation is coming back with Art Downtown, an outdoor summer art festival dedicated to connecting artists and the...

Supporting international nurses into B.C.’s health system

To meet the increasing demand for nurses in British Columbia, the Province is making it easier for eligible internationally educated nurses (IENs) to enter...

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