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B.C.'s year-long state of emergency has led to over $1.2 million in fines

B.C.'s year-long state of emergency has led to over $1.2 million in fines

As B.C. passes a year under a state of emergency, $876,530 in fines have been issued for violations of provincial COVID-19 restrictions and just under $370,000 in fines have been handed out for breaches of the Federal Quarantine Act in the province.
Union points to high COVID work claims by teachers as proof all students need masks

Union points to high COVID work claims by teachers as proof all students need masks

VANCOUVER — The head of the British Columbia Teachers' Federation is citing a high number of COVID-19 workplace claims in her renewed call for the province to require all students to wear masks in classrooms.
Lower Mainland mayors urge province to expand role of municipal emergency responders

Lower Mainland mayors urge province to expand role of municipal emergency responders

DELTA, B.C. — A group of 11 Metro Vancouver mayors say recent long delays for ambulance service should prompt the provincial government to reconsider the role of other municipal emergency responders.
Two workers have died after crane topples on Gabriola Island: B.C. RCMP

Two workers have died after crane topples on Gabriola Island: B.C. RCMP

GABRIOLA, B.C. — The RCMP say two workers have died after a crane toppled on Gabriola Island in British Columbia. The Mounties say in a news release that police and emergency services were called to a construction site Tuesday morning.
Severe COVID-19 illnesses rise in B.C. as new daily cases remain high

Severe COVID-19 illnesses rise in B.C. as new daily cases remain high

'A beautiful beast!': Man spots massive California sea lion in Vancouver (VIDEO)

'A beautiful beast!': Man spots massive California sea lion in Vancouver (VIDEO)

These animals aren't the same as the commonly spotted Steller sea lions.
'I screamed!': Vancouver pair win $100,000 on Scratch & Win ticket

'I screamed!': Vancouver pair win $100,000 on Scratch & Win ticket

That has got to feel pretty good.
Scotch ‘scotch,’ B.C. whisky distiller told in court action

Scotch ‘scotch,’ B.C. whisky distiller told in court action

Distillers not in fine spirits as lawsuit filed
This $9 million mansion for sale has its own 3D movie theatre and box office, fake old-timey town, and waterfall (PHOTOS)

This $9 million mansion for sale has its own 3D movie theatre and box office, fake old-timey town, and waterfall (PHOTOS)

You might even be able to negotiate to have the fake older gent movie ticket-taker included if you buy this unique property! 🎟
COVID-19 restrictions force cancellation of Vaisakhi Khalsa parade in Surrey, B.C.

COVID-19 restrictions force cancellation of Vaisakhi Khalsa parade in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — The COVID-19 pandemic has forced cancellation of what organizers say is the world's largest Vaisakhi Khalsa Day parade in Surrey, B.C.