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This map shows where all the cherry trees are blossoming in Vancouver

This map shows where all the cherry trees are blossoming in Vancouver

🌸🌸🌸 It has over 2,500 locations mapped 🌸🌸🌸
Online COVID-19 vaccine booking to open in B.C. as case numbers soar

Online COVID-19 vaccine booking to open in B.C. as case numbers soar

VANCOUVER — Online COVID-19 vaccine booking is set to launch in British Columbia on Tuesday as the province enters the next phase of its immunization rollout. The news comes amid spiking case numbers and worries about variants of concern in B.C.
B.C. sets record for number of people in intensive care units with COVID-19

B.C. sets record for number of people in intensive care units with COVID-19

Number of cases of the Brazilian variant P.1 are exploding

Police investigate death of man in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — Police are investigating the death of a 37-year-old man in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Police say in a statement that officers were flagged down while driving in the neighbourhood late Sunday.
Watch this driver collide with two parked cars in Vancouver and drive away (VIDEO)

Watch this driver collide with two parked cars in Vancouver and drive away (VIDEO)

"The driver side mirror was blown off one of the cars and the other car has a blown-out tire."
B.C. restaurant association distances itself from rogue eateries

B.C. restaurant association distances itself from rogue eateries

The British Columbia Restaurant and Foodservices Association (BCRFA) said most of its members are adhering to the no inside dining rule
Online COVID-19 vaccine registration rolling out in B.C.

Online COVID-19 vaccine registration rolling out in B.C.

Registration by phone will also be available seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in 140 different languages.
Dance competition planned for Whistler despite COVID-19 restrictions

Dance competition planned for Whistler despite COVID-19 restrictions

“It’s business as usual,” a Greater Vancouver dance parent told BIV on the condition of anonymity.
B.C. government, FortisBC reminds public to 'dig safely' in April

B.C. government, FortisBC reminds public to 'dig safely' in April

Safe digging practices can prevent damage to natural gas lines and other underground cables
COVID-19 outbreak at Prince Rupert care home where 16 died earlier this year

COVID-19 outbreak at Prince Rupert care home where 16 died earlier this year

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — Just weeks after a deadly COVID-19 outbreak ended at a northwestern British Columbia care home, health officials report a new outbreak at the same facility.