Friday, October 15, 2021
(Global News)-Visitors to the Vancouver Police Department's headquarters on Cambie Street will notice that several bollards are now in place outside the front of the building. The 22 concrete barriers were installed earlier this week and have been in the...
The B.C. government budget deficit has climbed to $13.6 billion following an additional $2 billion in new COVID-19 spending, while the provincial economy continues to improve from the spring. On Thursday, Finance Minister Selina Robinson said the province is also expecting another...
Grandparents who have been taking care of their grandchildren can spend the holidays with those grandchildren even if they are not part of the same immediate household, B.C.'s health minister says. Adrian Dix made the comments Wednesday after health officials...
VICTORIA (NEWS 1130) — An epidemiologist in Australia says a comment made by the B.C. premier a month ago about COVID-19 and kids is “wrong” — and “horrifying to hear.” During a news conference on Nov. 18, while answering a...
VANCOUVER SUN-Applications for a one-time, tax-free recovery benefit for British Columbians will open on Dec. 18. B.C. politicians this week reconvened for a shortened, emergency session to push through legislation that would secure funding for about 3.7 million British Columbians...
Global News-A bizarre traffic accident claimed the life of a pedestrian in Surrey Tuesday afternoon. RCMP said an unoccupied cargo van rolled into traffic where it struck a vehicle near 144 Street at 61A Ave. shortly before 3 p.m. The...
The B.C. government will increase its efforts to levy and collect fines for those who violate orders aimed at curbing COVID-19. Premier John Horgan told reporters on Tuesday that the province will work with community safety investigators and others to ensure...
Global News-Health officials are providing updates on the coronavirus in B.C. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix will hold press conferences as part of efforts to establish "a routine for providing the information that people...
Beers or coffees after games have played a key transmission role in the roughly 4,400 cases of COVID-19 related to fitness and sports activity in B.C., the provincial health officer said on Thursday. “I’ve said this many, many times; it’s...
VICTORIA — British Columbians who lost their jobs in the last nine months due to COVID-19 may not qualify for the province’s new $1,000, tax-free, COVID-19 recovery benefit because eligibility will be based on their income from 2019 —...
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