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Burnaby pharmacy apologizes after giving expired AstraZeneca vaccines to customers

Burnaby pharmacy apologizes after giving expired AstraZeneca vaccines to customers

Save-On-Foods says it's working on ensuring this doesn't happen again
B.C. workplaces with COVID-19 outbreaks could be ordered to temporarily close

B.C. workplaces with COVID-19 outbreaks could be ordered to temporarily close

Workplaces, particularly in the Lower Mainland, are one of the most common areas where transmission is occurring, and it spans many sectors, according to Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Komagata Maru descendant seeks Port Moody’s acknowledgement of racist atrocities

Komagata Maru descendant seeks Port Moody’s acknowledgement of racist atrocities

For 15 years, Raj Singh Toor has been lobbying various levels of government to acknowledge the racist atrocities inflicted upon the passengers aboard the Komagata Maru that was forbidden to dock in Vancouver in May, 1914. His grandfather was among them.
Temperatures to hit 20 C next week in Coquitlam

Temperatures to hit 20 C next week in Coquitlam

Temperatures across the Tri-Cities are forecast to soar next week, reaching 20 C by Thursday, April 15
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
B.C. sets new record for COVID-19 cases detected in a day: 1,293

B.C. sets new record for COVID-19 cases detected in a day: 1,293

Active infections, at 9,184, are at a high since December 22.
Second round of pandemic grants now open for Coquitlam non-profits, community groups

Second round of pandemic grants now open for Coquitlam non-profits, community groups

The city of Coquitlam is rolling out its next wave of grants — and a new support hub — for community groups and non-profit organizations.
Censured Port Coquitlam councillor wins NDP nod

Censured Port Coquitlam councillor wins NDP nod

Laura Dupont has thrown her hat in the ring to run for the federal NDP in the Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam riding now held by Liberal MP Ron McKinnon; the riding's campaign has already raised a $20,000 war chest
COVID-19 vaccinations just opened up for every B.C. resident over 65

COVID-19 vaccinations just opened up for every B.C. resident over 65

The B.C. government opened up its age-based vaccination program to everyone over the age of 65 Thursday in a move that expands vaccine availability to the largest cohort yet. Previously, the aged-based program had been moving down one year at a time.
Pipe bomb 'swatting' hoax led to Port Moody school evacuation

Pipe bomb 'swatting' hoax led to Port Moody school evacuation

Port Moody police said there has been a rise in 'swatting' calls throughout the Tri-Cities over the past week; it's not yet clear who is responsible