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Recreational travel allowed in B.C. as of Tuesday as province's restart plan moves ahead
Recreational travel within the province and outdoor gatherings with up to 50 people will soon be allowed in B.C. as it moves ahead to the next step of its reopening plan.
B.C. records 277 new cases of COVID-19 and 4 more deaths over the weekend
On Monday, B.C. health officials announced 277 new cases of COVID-19 and four more deaths over the last three days, as the province gets ready to move to the next step of reopening.
Advocates call on City of Prince George to rethink homeless camp teardown
A local advocacy group and the First Nations Leadership Council are both asking the City of Prince George, B.C., to rethink plans to evict people from a homeless encampment in the city’s downtown.
Kelowna preservationist relocates her heritage house across the city
Kelowna, B.C., English professor Shona Harrison moved her entire home from Richter Street near downtown to the southeast corner of the Central Okanagan city over two days from May to June. She says she decided to take on the massive project because buyers wanted to demolish the building.
Catholic order that staffed Kamloops residential school refuses to share records families seek
Catholic order that staffed Kamloops and other residential schools still refuses to share records that could help Indigenous families locate lost loved ones.
Gas-powered sports cars, SUVs face higher street parking fees under Vancouver's anti-pollution proposal
Williams Lake RCMP thank 6 teens for helping prevent forest fire
Ferry interruption clouds recovery of Haida Gwaii tourism this summer
Police investigate toxin after dead squirrels found at park in Richmond, B.C.
B.C. teen helps beautify Penticton hospital with pollinator garden
Would you want this sculpture in your neighbourhood? Public art piece draws criticism from some Vancouverites
Vancouver police applaud woman who spoke out about alleged racist attack at bus stop
Kennel operator ordered to pay B.C. SPCA $65,000 over dog seizure
10 years later, emergency responders recall tension ahead of Vancouver's Stanley Cup riot
Maj.-Gen. Fortin files legal challenge, claims political meddling in his dismissal from vaccine rollout
Canada to receive 9.5M vaccine doses this week thanks to influx of Moderna shots
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