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Privacy watchdog rejects B.C. First Nation's bid to access location of COVID-19 cases

VICTORIA — B.C.'s information and privacy commissioner says the province is releasing enough information to allow First Nations and the public to mitigate the risks of COVID-19.
Big White ski resort in Kelowna, B.C., fires staff after spread of COVID-19

Big White ski resort in Kelowna, B.C., fires staff after spread of COVID-19

KELOWNA, B.C. — Big White Ski Resort says it has fired "a number" of staff after a cluster of 60 cases of COVID-19 was discovered earlier this week. Michael Ballingall, the senior vice-president for the Kelowna, B.C.
Guns seized from Coquitlam storage locker

Guns seized from Coquitlam storage locker

Storage locker in the 1600-block of Lougheed Highway part of an investigation involving Victoria police and a combined special forces unit of Lower Mainland police; $30 million in drugs, including deadly fentanyl found
100 calls in eight days: Anmore paramedic's team fights off COVID in small-town B.C.

100 calls in eight days: Anmore paramedic's team fights off COVID in small-town B.C.

“It overwhelmed the small hospital. The same can happen in any city or any place in British Columbia.”
B.C. behind on climate goals, sets new 2025 emissions target to stay on track

B.C. behind on climate goals, sets new 2025 emissions target to stay on track

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is setting a new target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 2025 after determining it is further from reaching its goals than previously forecasted.
B.C. expanding enforcement measures in effort to crack down on COVID-19 rule breakers

B.C. expanding enforcement measures in effort to crack down on COVID-19 rule breakers

VICTORIA — New enforcement measures are coming into effect as part of British Columbia's crackdown on those who refuse to follow COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID-19 enforcement ramps up as B.C. breaches lead to over $280,000 in fines

COVID-19 enforcement ramps up as B.C. breaches lead to over $280,000 in fines

That number includes over $203,000 in provincial fines and over $78,000 in fines under the Federal Quarantine Act
Port Moody politician to work with Washington State on high-speed rail

Port Moody politician to work with Washington State on high-speed rail

Re-elected MLA gets a new job as B.C. Premier John Horgan looks to issues with the U.S. state beyond COVID-19
After a devastating fire, coach house plan divides Port Coquitlam neighbours

After a devastating fire, coach house plan divides Port Coquitlam neighbours

One family’s chance at rebuilding is another family’s heartache, but council says its job is not to resolve neighbourhood disputes as it approves accessory building

No charges approved against Vancouver police after B.C. man died during confrontation

VICTORIA — The B.C. Prosecution Service says no charges have been approved against Vancouver Police Department officers involved in the arrest of a Sechelt man five years ago.