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One week left before unclaimed $1M B.C. lottery ticket expires

One week left before unclaimed $1M B.C. lottery ticket expires

The 6/49 ticket was purchased on northern Vancouver Island in March 2020
Northern Health responds to lawsuit that alleges racism played a part in baby's death

Northern Health responds to lawsuit that alleges racism played a part in baby's death

TERRACE, B.C. — Health officials in northern British Columbia deny allegations they mismanaged the treatment of a pregnant Indigenous woman or used racial stereotypes that affected her care and led to the stillbirth of her daughter.
Is your 24k gold-plated rose missing? Prince George RCMP have found it

Is your 24k gold-plated rose missing? Prince George RCMP have found it

Did you accept this rose before it was went missing?
Temporary dedicated bike lane replaces one vehicle lane through Stanley Park

Temporary dedicated bike lane replaces one vehicle lane through Stanley Park

VANCOUVER — A temporary bike lane is returning to Vancouver's Stanley Park, replacing one lane of traffic on the road ringing the iconic green space.
B.C. says it can speed up COVID-19 vaccine roll out for elderly after slow start

B.C. says it can speed up COVID-19 vaccine roll out for elderly after slow start

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it will speed up its COVID-19 vaccine roll out after a slow start this week.
B.C. government won't release Telus contract on vaccine appointment call centres

B.C. government won't release Telus contract on vaccine appointment call centres

VICTORIA — British Columbia's premier and health minister refused to directly answer questions Wednesday about the government's contract with Telus, the provider whose call centres for COVID-19 vaccine appointments got off to a chaotic start.
B.C. residents warned of invasive mussel species

B.C. residents warned of invasive mussel species

The tiny mussel species hitches rides on aquarium moss balls.
B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. has now detected 627 cases of mutant strains of the COVID-19 virus.
B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. records 531 new COVID-19 cases, as variant strains become more prevalent

B.C. has now detected 627 cases of mutant strains of the COVID-19 virus.
Recalled YVR staff to work in vaccine clinics

Recalled YVR staff to work in vaccine clinics

YVR CEO Tamara Vrooman says airport reached partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health