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Port Coquitlam scribe co-founds identity writing program for teens

Port Coquitlam scribe co-founds identity writing program for teens

Andreina Romero of Port Coquitlam and Daniela Cohen are immigrants who want to hear teens share their tales about identity, through their online writing program.
Homicide investigators scour Langley, B.C., neighbourhood after suspected attack

Homicide investigators scour Langley, B.C., neighbourhood after suspected attack

LANGLEY, B.C. — Homicide investigators confirm one person has died and a second has been injured in the latest targeted shooting in Metro Vancouver. Sgt.
Rock School teacher in Port Coquitlam calls for petition signatures to help struggling musicians

Rock School teacher in Port Coquitlam calls for petition signatures to help struggling musicians

Terry Fox secondary music teacher Steve Sainas gets help from MP Ron McKinnon with his federal government petition to call for a living wage for professional musicians.

RCMP investigate after driver launches car airborne in Prince George, B.C.

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The RCMP say a stunt that involved an airborne car in Prince George, B.C., put lives at risk. A Facebook video received more than 125,000 views before it was removed from the platform on Monday, two days after the jump was done.
Social media companies should face new legal duty to 'act responsibly,' expert panel finds

Social media companies should face new legal duty to 'act responsibly,' expert panel finds

Many British Columbians wondering what more they can do to slow transmission of COVID-19

Many British Columbians wondering what more they can do to slow transmission of COVID-19

The 'do more' message could have been improved, says psychology professor
It's time to nominate B.C.'s champions of multiculturalism and anti-racism

It's time to nominate B.C.'s champions of multiculturalism and anti-racism

It’s time to shine a light on British Columbians going above and beyond to fight against discrimination and racism.
B.C. nears one-year anniversary of first COVID-19 infection

B.C. nears one-year anniversary of first COVID-19 infection

Tumultuous past year filled with unprecedented actions to combat virus' spread

Complicated, dangerous rescue saves man caught in avalanche near Vancouver

VANCOUVER — An out-of-bounds snowboarder is recovering in hospital from various injuries including a possible fractured pelvis after being caught in an avalanche on Vancouver's North Shore mountains.
B.C. ramping up screening for faster-spreading COVID-19 'variants of concern'

B.C. ramping up screening for faster-spreading COVID-19 'variants of concern'

VANCOUVER — There's a race between COVID-19 and the rollout of vaccine as researchers and health officials in B.C. warn of two faster-spreading variants.