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Vancouver police name victim following city's fourth homicide of 2021

Vancouver police name victim following city's fourth homicide of 2021

VANCOUVER — Police have identified a 37-year-old Vancouver man as the city's latest homicide victim. A statement from Vancouver police says 37-year-old Robinson Russ was fatally stabbed on April 4. Const.
PM: It’s up to provinces to 'make the right decisions' amid surging COVID-19 cases

PM: It’s up to provinces to 'make the right decisions' amid surging COVID-19 cases

Trudeau won't commit to stepping in on behalf of provinces
Stormy weather: Man spots 'baby twister' moving across B.C. waters

Stormy weather: Man spots 'baby twister' moving across B.C. waters

"Tis the season!"
British Columbia targets workplace outbreaks, sets daily record of COVID-19 cases

British Columbia targets workplace outbreaks, sets daily record of COVID-19 cases

VANCOUVER — British Columbia launched new strategies targeting workplace outbreaks of COVID-19 and screening for its variants on Thursday as some called for more aggressive action.
Horgan faces backlash for genocide-denying adviser

Horgan faces backlash for genocide-denying adviser

While acknowledging and supporting the House of Commons vote declaring China is committing genocide against minority Muslims, the B.C. government remains committed to a trade policy tied to those same claims
Be wary with tax returns: cybersecurity expert

Be wary with tax returns: cybersecurity expert

Revenue Canada locked out taxpayers due to breaches
B.C. vaccine update: Nearly 500k British Columbians have registered for COVID-19 vaccinations

B.C. vaccine update: Nearly 500k British Columbians have registered for COVID-19 vaccinations

Health Minister Adrian Dix confirms just over 80k have booked the vaccines
New funding for B.C. businesses affected by COVID-19 rules

New funding for B.C. businesses affected by COVID-19 rules

VICTORIA — New funding will be available to businesses in British Columbia affected by the latest measures to fight the spread of COVID-19, but the economic recovery minister says those who break the health orders need not apply. The B.C.
Vancouver mayor suspends meetings with Chinese government officials

Vancouver mayor suspends meetings with Chinese government officials

Kennedy Stewart recently declined invitation to meet with China’s ambassador to Canada
B.C. launches $50m ‘circuit-breaker’ business COVID relief grant

B.C. launches $50m ‘circuit-breaker’ business COVID relief grant

Restaurants that have had their licences revoked due to non-compliance of COVID rules will not be eligible