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Risk of COVID hospitalization 50 times higher among unvaccinated

Risk of COVID hospitalization 50 times higher among unvaccinated

The province is in a 'fragile balance,' says Dr. Bonnie Henry

Vancouver Art Gallery gifted $100 million from Audain Foundation for new building

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Art Gallery has received a $100 million donation from the Audain Foundation to support the creation of a new building in downtown Vancouver.
Province to introduce cooling-off periods for home buying

Province to introduce cooling-off periods for home buying

“We’re not sure what ­problem they are trying to solve with this,” says Victoria Real Estate Board president
Audain Foundation’s $100m donation revives hope for new VAG home

Audain Foundation’s $100m donation revives hope for new VAG home

Contribution to help build a new gallery is the largest single cash gift to an art gallery in Canadian history
B.C.'s 2021 wildfires severe but not the worst ever, wildfire service report shows

B.C.'s 2021 wildfires severe but not the worst ever, wildfire service report shows

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's 2021 wildfire season saw the destruction of the village of Lytton and homes levelled in several other Interior regions, but the BC Wildfire Service says it was not the worst season on record.
B.C.'s 2021 wildfires severe but not the worst ever, wildfire service report shows

B.C.'s 2021 wildfires severe but not the worst ever, wildfire service report shows

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's 2021 wildfire season saw the destruction of the village of Lytton and homes levelled in several other Interior regions, but the BC Wildfire Service says it was not the worst season on record.
Six more deaths and 40 active COVID-19 outbreaks reported in B.C. facilities

Six more deaths and 40 active COVID-19 outbreaks reported in B.C. facilities

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 430 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday and six more deaths. There were 4,373 active cases and just over 200,000 people who tested positive for the virus were considered to have recovered.
'We need to accelerate': Vancouver emissions drop 15% in over a decade

'We need to accelerate': Vancouver emissions drop 15% in over a decade

As of 2020, 57% of carbon pollution in Vancouver came from burning natural gas in buildings, and 37% was emitted from gas- and diesel-powered vehicles.
Transportation Safety Board to probe fire in containers on Zim Kingston, off Victoria

Transportation Safety Board to probe fire in containers on Zim Kingston, off Victoria

RICHMOND, B.C. — A team from the Transportation Safety Board has been assigned to investigate the fire that destroyed containers aboard a freighter now moored off the south coast of Vancouver Island.
Saanich police plan roadblocks, patrols to end large parties at UVic

Saanich police plan roadblocks, patrols to end large parties at UVic

Disorderly conduct has been on the brink of rioting, Saanich police say