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Students concerns heard, exams will continue in-person: UBC

Students concerns heard, exams will continue in-person: UBC

VANCOUVER — The University of British Columbia says assurances from public health officials have influenced its decision to continue with in-person exams, despite concerns from students about the spread of COVID-19.
Police looking for suspects believed to have purchased $15,000 of Home Depot merchandise with stolen credit cards

Police looking for suspects believed to have purchased $15,000 of Home Depot merchandise with stolen credit cards

Husband arrested in connection with missing B.C. kindergarten teacher

SURREY, B.C. — Homicide investigators say they have arrested the husband of a missing Metro Vancouver teacher in connection with her death. Naomi Onotera was last seen near her home on Aug.
B.C. sticking to original booster timeline despite Omicron surge

B.C. sticking to original booster timeline despite Omicron surge

Officials say campaign could stretch into March
Ride-hailing company Uber's application to expand in B.C. rejected

Ride-hailing company Uber's application to expand in B.C. rejected

VICTORIA — Ride-hailing company Uber's application to expand service in B.C. beyond Metro Vancouver and Whistler has been denied.
Did you feel this morning's earthquake?

Did you feel this morning's earthquake?

The 3.6 magnitude woke up several people in Richmond, but was mainly felt on Vancouver Island
Couriers struggle to deliver massive backlog of parcels

Couriers struggle to deliver massive backlog of parcels

Floods and mudslides tore apart crucial sections of B.C.'s highway system
COVID-19 outbreak declared at North Vancouver's Lions Gate Hospital

COVID-19 outbreak declared at North Vancouver's Lions Gate Hospital

There's no word yet on whether the outbreak is a result of the Omicron variant. The outbreak is the fourth to be declared at the North Shore hospital since the pandemic began.
COVID-19 cases rise in B.C. as Health Ministry warns of Omicron variant

COVID-19 cases rise in B.C. as Health Ministry warns of Omicron variant

VICTORIA — British Columbia's COVID-19 cases are climbing with 753 new infections and three more deaths reported Thursday.
Communication is key when severe weather looms

Communication is key when severe weather looms

Canada’s Alert Ready system can help save lives in emergencies.
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