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B.C. records 407 new cases of COVID-19; officials repeat calls to bend the curve

B.C. records 407 new cases of COVID-19; officials repeat calls to bend the curve

VICTORIA — Health officials say more COVID-19 cases have been linked to community clusters related to social gatherings and a ski resort in British Columbia's Interior.

Man with bow and arrow pushed past city hall staff, locked self in office: B.C. RCMP

ROSSLAND, B.C. — RCMP say a man armed with a bow and arrow pushed past staff to enter city hall and locked himself in an office in Rossland, B.C. Mounties say in a news release that the 24-year-old man entered the south-central B.C.

Man accused of trying to kill his mother pleads to assault in a Kelowna, B.C., court

KELOWNA, B.C. — An attempted murder trial came to an abrupt end Tuesday when a man from West Kelowna, B.C., pleaded guilty to the aggravated assault of his mother.
Ex-girlfriend to testify via CCTV against former BC Lion accused in Burnaby murder

Ex-girlfriend to testify via CCTV against former BC Lion accused in Burnaby murder

Judge rules 'alleged eyewitness' would be at risk of 're-traumatization' if exposed to former CFL player Josh Boden in court. Boden is on trial for second-degree murder in the death of another ex-girlfriend, Kimberly Hallgarth, in March 2009.

ICBC promotes changes to auto insurance with improved online estimator tool

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's public safety minister says an improved online estimator tool will help drivers see how much they'll save under changes coming to the Insurance Corporation of B.C.
Woman speaks out about alleged assault at Richmond SkyTrain station

Woman speaks out about alleged assault at Richmond SkyTrain station

The Metro Vancouver Transit police confirmed that they are actively investigating this incident. 
Burnaby teacher who threw dumbbell at student's face gets one-day suspension

Burnaby teacher who threw dumbbell at student's face gets one-day suspension

Second time in four years teacher watchdog has disciplined Burnaby Mountain Secondary gym teacher Larry Ryan
Hit-and-run driver leaves North Vancouver teen in critical condition

Hit-and-run driver leaves North Vancouver teen in critical condition

A 17-year-old is in critical condition following a hit-and-run by a driver in North Vancouver Monday night. According to North Vancouver RCMP, a passerby found the teen in the street near Keith Road and St. Andrews Avenue
Family of man missing in B.C. marks second anniversary with information appeal

Family of man missing in B.C. marks second anniversary with information appeal

MERRITT, B.C. — Family members of a man missing in British Columbia's southern Interior are appealing for information on the second anniversary of his disappearance.
Feds pressed on ongoing vaccine shortages as EU floats export controls

Feds pressed on ongoing vaccine shortages as EU floats export controls

Vaccine deliveries to B.C. for next week have been 'dramatically reduced'