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Vancouver police offices scratched, kicked while helping man in mental health crisis

VANCOUVER — Two officers are nursing various injuries after the Vancouver Police Department says they were attacked while trying to help a father deal with his mentally ill son. A statement from Sgt.
Meng Wanzhou to apply for change in bail conditions

Meng Wanzhou to apply for change in bail conditions

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou will apply to loosen her bail conditions in January, the court heard at her extradition hearings session Wednesday.
Avalanche Canada issues warning covering most eastern B.C. mountain ranges

Avalanche Canada issues warning covering most eastern B.C. mountain ranges

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — Avalanche Canada has issued a special public warning for the possibility of snowslides on mountain ranges stretching the length of eastern British Columbia and into Alberta's Kananaskis Country.

Contract awarded for replacement of correctional centre in Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C. — The provincial government has awarded a multimillion-dollar contract to design and build a new jail in Nanaimo, B.C. A statement from the Ministry of Public Safety says Stuart Olson Construction Ltd.
BC Hydro says 240,000 customers hit by province's first winter storm

BC Hydro says 240,000 customers hit by province's first winter storm

VANCOUVER — BC Hydro says power has been restored for 99 per cent of customers affected by a fierce winter storm that brought heavy snow and strong winds to most of southern British Columbia this week.
20 more COVID-19 cases at Big White ski resort, while province logs 444 cases

20 more COVID-19 cases at Big White ski resort, while province logs 444 cases

KELOWNA, B.C. — Another 20 cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed at Big White ski resort in Kelowna, B.C., in an outbreak the Interior Health authority says is mostly related to shared housing.
B.C. reviewing Chilliwack school board's commitment to safety, inclusion

B.C. reviewing Chilliwack school board's commitment to safety, inclusion

VANCOUVER — Two special advisers have been appointed by the British Columbia government to evaluate the Chilliwack Board of Education's commitment to safety and inclusion in schools.
B.C. reports 444 new cases of COVID-19

B.C. reports 444 new cases of COVID-19

To date, more than 4,000 British Columbians have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine
What if co-parents can't agree on the COVID-19 vaccine or any vaccine?

What if co-parents can't agree on the COVID-19 vaccine or any vaccine?

Although the COVID-19 vaccine is not yet approved for children under the age of 16, this too may eventually bring up issues for families
B.C. sets temporary cap on food delivery fees for restaurants

B.C. sets temporary cap on food delivery fees for restaurants

VICTORIA — British Columbia's public safety minister has announced a temporary fee cap of 15 per cent charged to restaurants by food delivery companies as part of a plan to help the struggling hospitality industry.