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Vancouver residents lose $2 million in one week to cryptocurrency scams

Vancouver residents lose $2 million in one week to cryptocurrency scams

Vancouver police ask locals 'be wary' and notify friends and family.
B.C. completes 95% of surgeries postponed during first wave of COVID-19

B.C. completes 95% of surgeries postponed during first wave of COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister says 95 per cent of surgeries that were postponed during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic have been completed, partly through a more efficient use of resources.
Richmond-based London Drugs preparing for COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Richmond-based London Drugs preparing for COVID-19 vaccine rollout

More than 300,000 front line workers are among those next in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine in B.C.
B.C.'s surgery count tops level seen before COVID-19

B.C.'s surgery count tops level seen before COVID-19

Wait lists were down 10% in the November-to-February timeframe, compared with same time period in 2019-2020.
Local victims of cryptocurrency scam lose nearly $2 million in one week: VPD

Local victims of cryptocurrency scam lose nearly $2 million in one week: VPD

Police warn anyone who may be suspicious about personal money transfers to someone they met online to call their local authorities.
Canada firms up AstraZeneca, Pfizer deliveries as vaccine plans accelerate

Canada firms up AstraZeneca, Pfizer deliveries as vaccine plans accelerate

Federal officials finalizing deal bring in 1.5 million AstraZeneca doses
Trans Mountain workers getting COVID-19 vaccine along with B.C.’s frontline workers

Trans Mountain workers getting COVID-19 vaccine along with B.C.’s frontline workers

B.C. unveiled more vaccination details on Thursday
Blind passenger abandoned by taxi driver in wrong location not an isolated incident

Blind passenger abandoned by taxi driver in wrong location not an isolated incident

The driver was suspended for three days and is required to retake accessibility training through the company.
Debate over boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics hits home in Richmond

Debate over boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics hits home in Richmond

A long-term Richmondite feels disturbed when he saw a two-page ad in the paper taken out by a local organization stating its members “strongly oppose and condemn any boycott of the Beijing Olympics Games."
Vancouver police identify 24-year-old woman as victim of fatal shooting

Vancouver police identify 24-year-old woman as victim of fatal shooting

VANCOUVER — Police say they've identified the woman shot inside a social housing building on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside early Wednesday morning.