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Rollout of second COVID-19 vaccine doses in B.C. leads to busy month

Rollout of second COVID-19 vaccine doses in B.C. leads to busy month

VICTORIA — Health officials in British Columbia say they are gearing up for a busy month as the province works on the rollout of its second doses of COVID-19 vaccinations. Provincial health officer Dr.
Actor Mark Ruffalo calls for end to old-growth logging in B.C.

Actor Mark Ruffalo calls for end to old-growth logging in B.C.

'Sign the petition here to demand that John Horgan and BC NDP keep their promise to protect these ancient forests!'
FortisBC advocates for mixed gas-electric future

FortisBC advocates for mixed gas-electric future

A FortisBC-commissioned report suggests a mixed gas-electric future will still meet B.C.'s climate emission reduction targets and will save $100 billion.
Anti-gang cops arrest 5, seize fentanyl, cash following drug trafficking investigation

Anti-gang cops arrest 5, seize fentanyl, cash following drug trafficking investigation

Over 9 kilograms of fentanyl was seized during raids on residences in the Vancouver area
Vancouver residents mark anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre

Vancouver residents mark anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre

Society seeks to raise awareness, 32 years after violent crackdown on Chinese pro-democracy protesters.
Fairness officer role approved as ICBC launches enhanced care auto insurance

Fairness officer role approved as ICBC launches enhanced care auto insurance

VICTORIA — The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia has created a new position aimed at ensuring the Crown-run auto insurer makes fair and transparent decisions related to its newly launched enhanced care plan.
Missing Alberta man believed to be heading to Penticton through Kamloops, Okanagan

Missing Alberta man believed to be heading to Penticton through Kamloops, Okanagan

Jesse Faulkenham, 31, went missing the morning of June 2.
How the province says it's making BC Parks more accessible

How the province says it's making BC Parks more accessible

Parks, campsites and playgrounds across B.C. will become more accessible with upgrades and signs so everyone feels welcome in nature, says the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
RCMP settles civil lawsuit with B.C. student after violent wellness check

RCMP settles civil lawsuit with B.C. student after violent wellness check

Const. Lacy Browning was captured on surveillance footage dragging nursing student Mona Wang down the hallway of her apartment building.
Pfizer confirms delivery of two million COVID-19 vaccine doses weekly until end of August

Pfizer confirms delivery of two million COVID-19 vaccine doses weekly until end of August

Updated schedule accounts for Canada’s entire order of Pfizer vaccine