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Mother of teen killed in Burnaby hit and run pleads for driver, witnesses to come forward
Damien Seguin died in hospital after he was struck last month by a driver who fled the scene. The occupants of three vehicles, including Damien, had been involved in a confrontation before the collision.
B.C. records 862 new cases of COVID-19 and 7 more deaths
For the first time in B.C., a person in their 20s has died of the disease.
Greens, NDP call for stronger national response as COVID-19 variants surge
Opposition MPs criticized the federal government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday and called for more federal leadership as variants of concern spread rapidly across many provinces.
No roadblocks coming between Vancouver and Burnaby, public safety minister promises
B.C. Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth says Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health will be considered a single health region where people will be allowed to travel freely between Vancouver and Burnaby, for example, when strict intra-provincial restrictions are finalized later this week.
B.C. museum creating collection of COVID-19 pandemic artifacts for future generations to study
Exploration Place in Prince George, B.C., is putting together a collection of artifacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for future generations to learn from.
Physio graduates fed up as clinical exams cancelled for 4th time during COVID-19
3 Vancouver NPA councillors quit party to sit as independents
Replacement for Cariboo city landmark goes up in flames in fire that also destroys creator's studio
Fatal shooting outside Langley Sportsplex believed to be gang related
B.C. judge agrees to 3-month delay in Meng Wanzhou extradition case at defence request
Instagram evidence convinces B.C. judge teen was 'set up' on sexual assault charge
U.S. airline JetBlue expands into Canada for the 1st time