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Man injured after vehicle plunges nine metres off BC Ferries ramp to pavement

DELTA, B.C. — A man has critical injuries after the vehicle he was driving plunged about nine metres from a BC Ferries exit ramp to the pavement below.
Car plummets off ramp at Tsawwassen ferry terminal

Car plummets off ramp at Tsawwassen ferry terminal

One person was injured in a scary crash at the BC Ferry terminal in Tsawwassen Tuesday afternoon.
B.C. Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

B.C. Premier John Horgan has the highest approval rating in Canada, again

However, the premier's approval rating has dropped five points since the survey was last conducted.
Report finds systemic racism in B.C.'s health care system, but no evidence of alcohol 'game'

Report finds systemic racism in B.C.'s health care system, but no evidence of alcohol 'game'

The newly-released report makes 24 recommendations for B.C.'s healthcare system
Change made to insurance for B.C. condo owners amid rising premiums

Change made to insurance for B.C. condo owners amid rising premiums

VICTORIA — Insurance companies in British Columbia have agreed to end a pricing practice that has been identified as one of the key factors in skyrocketing property insurance premiums for condominiums. Earlier this year, the B.C.
Canadians against the reset are rallying in downtown Dawson Creek

Canadians against the reset are rallying in downtown Dawson Creek

Eye contact only - the inability to see a child's smile, the fight against freedom and more is on the brew this morning in the Kin Arena parking lot - adjacent to MP Bob Zimmer's Dawson Creek office.
B.C.'s top doctor emotional in offering condolences to families of dead

B.C.'s top doctor emotional in offering condolences to families of dead

VICTORIA — British Columbia recorded 46 more deaths over the last three days, its highest number of fatalities for that time period. Provincial health officer Dr.

B.C. says land registry is open and will increase transparency in housing market

VICTORIA — The B.C. government has launched a new land registry that it says will help combat money laundering and make the real estate market more transparent. Beginning Monday, any corporation, trustee or partnership that buys land in B.C.

Surrey police investigating fatal shooting in Fleetwood

SURREY, B.C. — Surrey RCMP say a man is dead following a shooting in Fleetwood Sunday evening. They say officers responded to a shooting call around 7:40 p.m. in front of a shopping complex at the corner of 152 Street and Fraser Highway.
B.C.'s top doctor says shop online or stay home if you don't wear mask where required

B.C.'s top doctor says shop online or stay home if you don't wear mask where required

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor has a message for people who don't follow a provincial order to wear a mask in indoor public spaces: order takeout, shop online or stay home. Dr.