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Lane closures coming for Lions Gate Bridge work

Lane closures coming for Lions Gate Bridge work

Counterflow infrastructure reaching the end of its life
B.C. health officials report outbreak of COVID-19 at long-term care in Surrey

B.C. health officials report outbreak of COVID-19 at long-term care in Surrey

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say COVID-19 is still spreading with new cases and clusters as the province begins to reopen in a four-step plan.
CN Rail slapped with $100,000 fine for spraying pesticides near B.C. river

CN Rail slapped with $100,000 fine for spraying pesticides near B.C. river

The company pleaded guilty in Prince Rupert court Thursday after it sprayed pesticides along its tracks between Terrace and Prince Rupert without a pest management plan in place.
Some First Nations in Kamloops say mass burial find confirms long-held beliefs

Some First Nations in Kamloops say mass burial find confirms long-held beliefs

'It's confirmation of something we already knew'
Head of Roman Catholic Diocese of Kamloops calls burial site find a 'horrific discovery'

Head of Roman Catholic Diocese of Kamloops calls burial site find a 'horrific discovery'

Bishop Joseph Nguyen pledges his 'personal support, prayers and accompaniment' to the First Nations community in Kamloops.
B.C. law professor says expect to see burial-site lawsuits, but no criminal charges

B.C. law professor says expect to see burial-site lawsuits, but no criminal charges

The remains of 215 children have been located, using ground-penetrating radar, on the site of a former residential school in Kamloops.
Securities commission lifts property freezes, clears West Van promoter

Securities commission lifts property freezes, clears West Van promoter

Former West Vancouver council candidate and stock promoter Tara Haddad has been removed from a notice of hearing for market misconduct
B.C. expands fund by $10 million for sexual assault response

B.C. expands fund by $10 million for sexual assault response

VICTORIA — A program that provides support services for survivors of sexual assault in British Columbia is getting an extra $10 million to expand its work across the province.
B.C.'s police complaint commissioner to oversee VPD response to handcuffed judge

B.C.'s police complaint commissioner to oversee VPD response to handcuffed judge

VANCOUVER — The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner in B.C. says it has asked the Vancouver Police Board to review an incident that resulted in a former judge being handcuffed by its officers. An email from office says retired B.C.
'Heartbroken': Politicians react to gravesite where remains of 215 children found

'Heartbroken': Politicians react to gravesite where remains of 215 children found

The Kamloops Indian Residential School operated between 1890 and 1978.