Friday, October 15, 2021
B.C. will pivot to ensuring staff and residents of care homes get the required second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, after a temporary production cut for the Pfizer vaccine blew up the province’s plan to immunize 150,000 people by the...
Vancouver city staff are recommending against a proposal to redevelop the old Celtic Shipyard property on the banks of the Fraser River, a site of historic significance for both Japanese-Canadians and the Musqueam First Nation. A local developer wants to...
VICTORIA — A coalition of British Columbia tourism industry groups is urging the province against considering a domestic travel ban, saying restricting travel between provinces to fight COVID-19 would only further harm the sector. The B.C. government should steer away...
A former gang associate has been acquitted of numerous firearms charges arising from the seizure of a weapon arsenal from a Vancouver storage locker. Derek James Stephens was arrested after police investigated an incident in July 2017 that had aroused...
VANCOUVER SUN/Interior Health accounted for a third of all COVID-19 deaths over the past day, as fresh outbreaks were reported in a hospital and care home while a community outbreak worsened. There were 12 deaths reported in B.C. between noon...
A group of 16 individuals and churches is going to court to fight B.C.'s ban on in-person religious services amid COVID-19. The group includes the Langley Riverside Calvary Chapel, which has been fined $2,300 twice for holding in-person services. Read more: Langley business...
VANCOUVER SUN/The distinctive gables, stone and wood detailing that define Townline Homes’ Forester development at Burke Mountain, Coquitlam, evoke a Whistler-inspired, mountain-craftsman style for the 100-home project that benefits from its proximity to forests and trails and the site...
A Vancouver man is speaking out after allegedly being the target of a hate-motivated attack for the second time in a year. Eddie Elmer, a PhD candidate and a member of the City of Vancouver's 2SLGBTQ+ Advisory Committee, said the...
Officials from a handful of B.C. churches and a protest organizer are challenging the province’s pandemic health orders around gatherings and events, saying their rights are being violated. Represented by a West Vancouver lawyer and the Justice Centre for Constitutional...
The director of the University of British Columbia's School of Population and Public Health is apologizing for travelling over the holidays. In a letter to the academic community, Dr. Peter Berman admits to travel, but does not say where he...
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