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13-year-old B.C. blues musician nominated for Maple Blues Award
Qualicum Beach, B.C.'s Liam Docherty has been nominated for the New Artist of the Year.
Life in lockdown: Meals in a box, no outside visitors for many in seniors' home
Judith Hodgson says many seniors in the assisted-living facility where she lives with her husband are facing increased anxiety and loneliness with the increase in COVID-19 restrictions.
2 Chilliwack churches continue to hold services despite public health orders
A pair of churches in the Fraser Valley continue to offer in-person services despite orders from health officials to suspend the gatherings.
2nd wave of virus could jeopardize 4 decades of work on HIV/AIDS, expert warns
Dr. Julio Montaner says that while B.C. is doing well, international leadership on HIV/AIDS has declined and he is concerned that COVID-19 could impact progress globally.
'All the dreadlocked rastas were white': B.C. poet sings about being Black in Nanaimo
A poet and creative writing instructor from Vancouver Island University has chronicled her experience of being Black in Nanaimo in a song. It's part of a project called Re-Imagine Nanaimo.
Conservationists demand fast action from B.C.'s new forestry minister on protection for old-growth trees
Environment Canada issues warnings for windy conditions along South Coast
2nd school outbreak prompts Surrey parents to call for mandatory masks in classrooms
7 sent to hospital for overdoses after emergency call at downtown Vancouver party
11 more people die of COVID-19 in B.C., as province announces 911 new cases
Here's why everyone is putting up Christmas lights so early this year
'Crappy half-dead' poinsettia from grocery store just won't stop growing
B.C. linguist writes baby naming guide for Carrier people, after years of research
This contraption, designed by a UVic alum, has been named one of 2020's best inventions
Victoria-based runner to run her own race, after cross-country event cancelled
Dr. Peter Diaries still resonate after 30 years, drawing parallels between the battles against AIDS and COVID
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