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B.C. SPCA seize cattle from Shawnigan Lake farm

B.C. SPCA seize cattle from Shawnigan Lake farm

Kaley Pugh of the B.C. SPCA said the conditions the cattle were living in were “among the worst I’ve ever seen.”
COVID-19 contact tracing is no longer an 'effective intervention' in B.C. Here's why

COVID-19 contact tracing is no longer an 'effective intervention' in B.C. Here's why

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry explains why the province has stopped using this tool.

Man convicted of lesser charge in 2020 shooting death in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says a B.C. Supreme Court judge has convicted a man in the shooting death of Pritpal Singh in Surrey, B.C.
Dr. Bonnie Henry says 70 per cent of people getting tested for COVID-19 don't have it

Dr. Bonnie Henry says 70 per cent of people getting tested for COVID-19 don't have it

B.C.'s top doctor provided some clarification on who should get tested.
The final lap: Popular Tri-City swim program — and its colourful badges — coming to an end in 2022

The final lap: Popular Tri-City swim program — and its colourful badges — coming to an end in 2022

Canadian Red Cross' swimming and lifeguarding initiatives have been teaching kids, youth and young adults in the pool for more than 75 years.
High avalanche warning issued for much of southern British Columbia

High avalanche warning issued for much of southern British Columbia

The Sea to Sky and Interior regions are under avalanche warnings this weekend as high temperatures and sunshine create an unstable snowpack
B.C. man jailed for 'horrific' attack that knocked out RCMP constable

B.C. man jailed for 'horrific' attack that knocked out RCMP constable

'I didn’t mean to do any of that. I’m sorry,' the jailed man told a Kamloops court.
Hospital parking fees return in March after two-year suspension

Hospital parking fees return in March after two-year suspension

"Non-hospital users" blamed for taking advantage of pandemic initiative, introduced in the spring of 2020
British Columbians charged in $1B stock fraud case could see trial next January

British Columbians charged in $1B stock fraud case could see trial next January

Boston judge gives United States Securities and Exchange Commission more time to present evidence to counter motions to dismiss by six British Columbians
Utility says B.C.'s heat, rain and cold in 2021 underscore changing demand for power

Utility says B.C.'s heat, rain and cold in 2021 underscore changing demand for power

VANCOUVER — British Columbia endured sizzling summer heat and bone-numbing cold to end 2021 and the province's electrical utility says the result was a record-breaking, year-round demand for power, launching a trend that's not expected to end soon.