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April 2021 most fatal month yet for B.C. overdose deaths

April 2021 most fatal month yet for B.C. overdose deaths

The number of deaths from illicit drug overdoses continues to rise
B.C.'s reopening plan greeted with hope, relief, skepticism

B.C.'s reopening plan greeted with hope, relief, skepticism

Business community urges British Columbians to be patient as service economy reopens
Opinion: The Trans Mountain mega-project now underway will change Burnaby forever

Opinion: The Trans Mountain mega-project now underway will change Burnaby forever

Tunnel project expected to last 200 days
North Shore memorials honour 215 children found buried at B.C. residential school

North Shore memorials honour 215 children found buried at B.C. residential school

Dozens of children's shoes line the stairs of St. Paul's Indian Church in the Squamish Nation community of Eslha7an in honour of the children buried at Kamloops Residential School.
B.C.'s top doctor says stay vigilant as not enough second vaccine doses administered

B.C.'s top doctor says stay vigilant as not enough second vaccine doses administered

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer began her update on COVID-19 by paying tribute to the 215 children whose remains were discovered at the site of a former residential school in Kamloops. Dr.
No excuse for giving children Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: Henry

No excuse for giving children Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: Henry

About a dozen cases confirmed of children receiving vaccine only approved for adults
No excuse for giving children Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: Henry

No excuse for giving children Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: Henry

About a dozen cases confirmed of children receiving vaccine only approved for adults
A dozen youth mistakenly given the wrong COVID-19 vaccine in Vancouver

A dozen youth mistakenly given the wrong COVID-19 vaccine in Vancouver

Vancouver Coastal Health is apologizing and says it's updating its immunization processes after confirming a dozen incidents in which youth were given the wrong COVID-19 vaccine.
Police watchdog called after man shot, seriously injured in Prince George, B.C.

Police watchdog called after man shot, seriously injured in Prince George, B.C.

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a man was shot and seriously injured by an RCMP officer. The RCMP say an officer in Prince George was conducting an investigation shortly before 7 a.m.
Words like 'evicted,' 'banished,' 'crime scene' painted on side of St. Joseph's Catholic Church

Words like 'evicted,' 'banished,' 'crime scene' painted on side of St. Joseph's Catholic Church

The incident follows days after Tk'emlups te Secwepemc announced it had located the remains of 215 children on the grounds of the former residential school.