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B.C. cabinet minister hurt in assault near legislature, say police

B.C. cabinet minister hurt in assault near legislature, say police

VICTORIA — Police are investigating an assault near the British Columbia legislature where a cabinet minister was knocked to the ground by a person.
Health Canada recalls SHEIN toddler coat due to lead exposure risk

Health Canada recalls SHEIN toddler coat due to lead exposure risk

The trench coat 'contains lead in excess of allowable limits,' Health Canada says
Three men sentenced to jail time for Gibsons assault, kidnapping

Three men sentenced to jail time for Gibsons assault, kidnapping

Supreme Court of B.C. released judgement about April 2019 incident
Seniors advocate calls for reporting line for abuse and neglect amid rising reports

Seniors advocate calls for reporting line for abuse and neglect amid rising reports

VICTORIA — British Columbia's needs a provincewide approach for reporting seniors abuse amid complaints that are "significantly rising," says the provincial advocate for seniors.
Almost 86% of B.C. residents five and up have first dose of vaccine

Almost 86% of B.C. residents five and up have first dose of vaccine

VICTORIA — B.C. health officials are reporting 379 new cases of COVID-19 and six new deaths.
Meet the pilot who rallied a fleet of aircraft to aid B.C. flood relief — free of charge

Meet the pilot who rallied a fleet of aircraft to aid B.C. flood relief — free of charge

Since the start of the flooding pilots have delivered over 200,000 lbs of supplies to in need areas
Hundreds in Abbotsford still under flood evacuation order

Hundreds in Abbotsford still under flood evacuation order

Assessments of infrastructure are continuing on roads, bridges and culverts as they resurface.
Alleged money launderer forfeits over $1 million and B.C. casino chips

Alleged money launderer forfeits over $1 million and B.C. casino chips

Now-widowed Caixuan Qin relinquishes over $1 million in cash but is otherwise able to retain some funds from the sale of her home
B.C. giving $1 million to wildfire-ravaged Lytton to help with recovery

B.C. giving $1 million to wildfire-ravaged Lytton to help with recovery

LYTTON, B.C. — The British Columbia government says it is immediately providing a grant of $1 million to support the Village of Lytton as it recovers from a destructive wildfire last summer.
Here's what you need to know about COVID-19 testing at YVR

Here's what you need to know about COVID-19 testing at YVR

As of last Friday, Vancouver International Airport had increased testing by 87 per cent