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Update: Body of worker killed in partial collapse of North Vancouver building recovered

Update: Body of worker killed in partial collapse of North Vancouver building recovered

The body of a person killed in a tragic building collapse in North Vancouver on Wednesday has been recovered
B.C. sees jump in COVID-19 vaccine bookings and registrations

B.C. sees jump in COVID-19 vaccine bookings and registrations

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says the number of people registering for and making appointments for the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine made a "significant" jump in the first two days of this week.
B.C. reports a big jump in COVID-19 vaccination appointments for first doses

B.C. reports a big jump in COVID-19 vaccination appointments for first doses

The spike follows the announcement of a vaccine passport in the province.
Charging EVs remains obstacle for local consumers

Charging EVs remains obstacle for local consumers

Rebates, education, infrastructure investment still needed, car dealers association CEO says.
Photos: Justin Trudeau makes quick campaign stop in Steveston

Photos: Justin Trudeau makes quick campaign stop in Steveston

The Liberal Party leader swept into Steveston with his entourage, glad-handing spectators and residents
2 Richmond companies helping advance use of hydrogen, zero-emission vehicle tech

2 Richmond companies helping advance use of hydrogen, zero-emission vehicle tech

IRDI System Inc. is receiving funding from the province’s CleanBC Go Electric Advanced Research and Commercialization Program

Police watchdog clears Vancouver officers in fatal shooting in Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's police watchdog has cleared Vancouver officers in the fatal shooting of a man in the Downtown Eastside earlier this year.
Pandemic accelerates $5B Oakridge Centre overhaul

Pandemic accelerates $5B Oakridge Centre overhaul

When completed in 2028, the project will create B.C.'s second-largest shopping mall.
RCMP arrest eight as protests continue against old-growth logging in B.C.

RCMP arrest eight as protests continue against old-growth logging in B.C.

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — The Mounties have made another eight arrests as they enforce a B.C. Supreme Court injunction against blockades set up to prevent old-growth logging on southern Vancouver Island.
COVID shots in incorrect freezer prompts vaccine callback at B.C.'s Interior Health

COVID shots in incorrect freezer prompts vaccine callback at B.C.'s Interior Health

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — More than 500 people in the Interior Health region will need to get another COVID-19 vaccine shot after officials there say some of the doses were kept in an incorrect freezer.