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Woman allegedly impersonated a nurse, provided medical care at Vancouver hospital

Woman allegedly impersonated a nurse, provided medical care at Vancouver hospital

“We don’t yet know how many people in Vancouver may have received treatment from the fraudulent nurse," say police.
Prawn fisher fined $25,000 for setting traps in Howe Sound's glass sponge reef area

Prawn fisher fined $25,000 for setting traps in Howe Sound's glass sponge reef area

Commercial prawn fishing licence also suspended for a year
Heavy snow falls over Kootenays, Rogers Pass

Heavy snow falls over Kootenays, Rogers Pass

Upwards of 80 mm of rain is in the forecast for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley
First Nation community cut off by landslides still hasn't heard from government

First Nation community cut off by landslides still hasn't heard from government

Shackan Indian Band is going it alone, caring for its community and finding safe housing for its members
Provincial workers to return to office Dec. 1; vaccine mandate now in effect

Provincial workers to return to office Dec. 1; vaccine mandate now in effect

Unvaccinated provincial employees who don't qualify for exemption will be placed on unpaid leave
Judge fines woman $1,500 for blocking logging road, praises 'respectful, peaceable' protesters

Judge fines woman $1,500 for blocking logging road, praises 'respectful, peaceable' protesters

B.C.'s sick leave law will provide workers five paid days minimum starting Jan. 1

B.C.'s sick leave law will provide workers five paid days minimum starting Jan. 1

VICTORIA — Workers in British Columbia will be eligible for "fair and balanced" sick leave pay that provides a minimum of five days a year starting Jan. 1, Labour Minister Harry Bains said Wednesday.
Flooded B.C. farmers prepare for another storm

Flooded B.C. farmers prepare for another storm

People in communities like Abbotsford and Spences Bridge are Environment Canada says the storm is expected to be shorter-lived and less intense than last week's atmospheric river event, but could still worsen impacts on flooded communities and damaged infrastrucure
Transportation Safety Board releases report on CN Rail close call

Transportation Safety Board releases report on CN Rail close call

Crew had lost control of a train in November 2020; operating rules since revised
B.C. records nine new COVID-19 deaths as vaccine numbers slowly rise

B.C. records nine new COVID-19 deaths as vaccine numbers slowly rise

VICTORIA — British Columbia is reporting nine new deaths from COVID-19 as the number of eligible people getting vaccinated against the virus climbs. The new figures bring the death toll from the virus in B.C. to 2,313.