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Second video of man involved in alleged verbal assault in Steveston emerges

Second video of man involved in alleged verbal assault in Steveston emerges

A video of a racist rant from 2019 allegedly shows the same man involved in Monday's incident in Steveston.
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. at year high, as record number of new variant cases discovered

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. at year high, as record number of new variant cases discovered

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. at year high, as record number of new variant cases discovered
B.C. opens AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines for ages 55-65 after pausing younger cohorts

B.C. opens AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines for ages 55-65 after pausing younger cohorts

VICTORIA — British Columbia is bumping up its age-based vaccination plan by offering Oxford-AstraZeneca shots to Lower Mainland residents between the ages of 55 and 65. The move comes a day after provincial health officer Dr.
Whistler Blackcomb will not reopen following province-mandated closure

Whistler Blackcomb will not reopen following province-mandated closure

'We did not make this decision lightly,' says Whistler Blackcomb COO
Mountain bikers blamed for killing 4,000 juvenile fish in Coquitlam creek

Mountain bikers blamed for killing 4,000 juvenile fish in Coquitlam creek

The city of Coquitlam is putting up fences in the area of Tahsis and Ozada avenues to stop unsanctioned trails from being used, and to prevent vandalism around Maple Creek.
Here's what you need to know about Masons in B.C. and centuries of fear surrounding them

Here's what you need to know about Masons in B.C. and centuries of fear surrounding them

A series of alleged arson fires at three Masonic venues in Metro Vancouver raises the question of why the secretive organization could be a target.
B.C. auditor general postpones 10 performance audits, cites pandemic

B.C. auditor general postpones 10 performance audits, cites pandemic

VICTORIA — British Columbia's auditor general says COVID-19 is largely behind the postponement of 10 performance audits and potential delays to future reviews of the government's response to the pandemic.
'Some kind of mistake or joke,' says Coquitlam woman infuriated over $1 ICBC rebate cheque

'Some kind of mistake or joke,' says Coquitlam woman infuriated over $1 ICBC rebate cheque

Sending out cheques for $1 is a waste of money, woman says, after receiving a smaller cheque than she expected for insuring two cars last year; the province had said when the ICBC rebate was announced that cheques would be between $25 and $400
Whistler Blackcomb outlines refund rules

Whistler Blackcomb outlines refund rules

Resort stakeholders plan response to sudden closure of mountains and three-week pause for indoor dining
Squamish crews rescue a man who fell from Stawamus Chief

Squamish crews rescue a man who fell from Stawamus Chief

Rescuers are also preparing for a greater influx of backcountry recreationalists, following Whistler Blackcomb's closure.