Friday, October 15, 2021
Thousands of people marched against vaccine requirements and COVID-19 restrictions in Vancouver and several other Canadian cities Wednesday. A large crowd gathered outside Vancouver General Hospital at 1 p.m., then made its way to Vancouver City Hall and across the...
Flair Airlines is entering the U.S. market, part of an ambitious five-year expansion plan for the low-cost carrier. The Edmonton-based airline announced Thursday it will launch service from Canada to six U.S. vacation destinations on Oct. 31. The new destinations are...
VANCOUVER -- The strict COVID-19 border restrictions that have been in place since early 2020 are easing up for a specific group of travellers and the Vancouver International Airport is anticipating an influx of arrivals. Effective July 5, Canadian citizens...
The BC Coroners Service has confirmed two people died as a result of a rapid-spreading wildfire that destroyed most of the village of Lytton earlier this week. In a written statement, the service said the investigation is still ongoing but preliminary findings are...
VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say shorter wait times between first and second COVID-19 vaccine shots for people are expected with the arrival of more than one million doses in May. Provincial health officer Dr. VICTORIA — British Columbia...
VANCOUVER -- British Columbia identified another 2,174 cases of COVID-19 and suffered 15 related deaths over the weekend. During her pandemic briefing on Monday, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said one of the latest fatalities involved someone between the...
The B.C. government says police have no power to engage in an arbitrary vehicle or street check as part of enforcing the provincial ban on travelling across health regions amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth outlined the province’s...
VANCOUVER — Canada's attorney general says the failure of former U.S. president Donald Trump to win re-election nullifies an argument to release Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on the basis he was using her to get a better trade deal...
The mayor of B.C.'s two biggest cities both say they will use the powers of newly introduced federal legislation to ban handguns in their respective cities. "For Vancouver, the greatest threat to public safety is the proliferation of handguns, deadly...
After two avalanche fatalities in two days, Whistler RCMP is warning skiers and snowboarders to stay out of the area’s unstable backcountry. A snowboarder was killed in an avalanche near Brandywine Bowl around 2 p.m. on Saturday. The RCMP say a...
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