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Police issue $17,000 in fines to 77 people for makeshift nightclub

Police issue $17,000 in fines to 77 people for makeshift nightclub

A 42-year-old man has been arrested
'I saw her cry for 7 months': cancelled flights to Mexico prompt anxiety over family separation, migrant workers

'I saw her cry for 7 months': cancelled flights to Mexico prompt anxiety over family separation, migrant workers

The three-month cancellation of Canadian flights to Mexico and the Caribbean has prompted anxiety over family separation and fears the measures could interrupt the flow of migrant workers and lead to a North America-wide recession

COVID-19 lockdown ends for Canim Lake band, but some restrictions remain in place

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — A COVID-19 lockdown has ended in a First Nations community in British Columbia's central interior, but officials say they still plan to limit access for non-residents for at least another month.
You can now rent Vancouver’s famous ‘Hobbit House’ for $6,200/month (PHOTOS)

You can now rent Vancouver’s famous ‘Hobbit House’ for $6,200/month (PHOTOS)

The nearly 80-year-old, 2,906-square-foot home has three bedrooms and 12-foot vaulted ceilings
B.C. teacher’s heart-felt mini-Bernie warms donors, charities benefit

B.C. teacher’s heart-felt mini-Bernie warms donors, charities benefit

Laurie Bayly’s woolly rendition of a mitten-clad Bernie Sanders, which measures 15 centimetres high, has turned into a fund­raising effort that the elementary-school teacher and counsellor never expected.
Funding available for multicultural worker training

Funding available for multicultural worker training

According to a news release from the provincial government, the new Community and Employer Partnership (CEP) project is intended for immigrants.
Spending time outdoors helping to reduce anxiety during pandemic: survey

Spending time outdoors helping to reduce anxiety during pandemic: survey

The pandemic is pushing people into the great outdoors in record numbers — and helping to reduce stress levels heightened by a second wave of the virus, according to a new survey.
Grant funding awarded to help addiction support services

Grant funding awarded to help addiction support services

Grants were awarded to service providers including 25 in Fraser Health, 11 in Island Health, eight in Vancouver Coastal Health, seven in Interior Health and two in Northern Health.
This Burnaby school has had 9 COVID-19 exposures in January

This Burnaby school has had 9 COVID-19 exposures in January

Fraser Health has updated its school exposure tracker
(Video) Driver fleeing Burnaby police nearly mows down pedestrians

(Video) Driver fleeing Burnaby police nearly mows down pedestrians

Police are looking for the two pedestrians
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