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COVID-19 rapid test study launches at Vancouver airport for departing passengers

COVID-19 rapid test study launches at Vancouver airport for departing passengers

RICHMOND, B.C. — A study has launched to investigate the safest and most efficient way to rapidly test for COVID-19 in people taking off from the Vancouver airport.

Man dies after Vancouver police respond to call about agitated man

VANCOUVER — A man has died after a confrontation with Vancouver police and the office that handles all cases of police-involved death or serious injury in British Columbia is investigating. Police say it happened at about 6 p.m.
B.C. records 887 more cases of COVID-19, with death toll now at 384

B.C. records 887 more cases of COVID-19, with death toll now at 384

VICTORIA — British Columbia has recorded 887 new cases of COVID-19 as the province nears 30,000 infections from the illness. Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.
Bridgemark Group stock promoters fail in bid to seal records

Bridgemark Group stock promoters fail in bid to seal records

B.C. Securities Commission investigative records on a group of purported consultants and stock promoters facing serious allegations to be released to class action litigants
New deaths from COVID-19 in B.C. stay at all-time high

New deaths from COVID-19 in B.C. stay at all-time high

The province set new records for the most new cases in a 24-hour period, and most active infections
Indigenous groups criticize ABC series 'Big Sky' for insensitivity to MMIWG

Indigenous groups criticize ABC series 'Big Sky' for insensitivity to MMIWG

VANCOUVER — Indigenous critics of ABC's kidnapping drama "Big Sky" say it fails to acknowledge real-life missing and murdered Indigenous women and are extending their grievance to CTV for airing the series in Canada without added context.
Chinese Communist Party protest in Surrey turns ugly

Chinese Communist Party protest in Surrey turns ugly

Apparent anti-CCP protesters attack another anti-CCP demonstrator under bizarre set of circumstances

Four B.C. men face gambling charge after raid uncovers alleged poker ring in Burnaby

BURNABY, B.C. — Four men are facing charges after police say they broke up a gambling ring in Metro Vancouver. The illegal gambling team linked to B.C.
Activists seek Huawei official’s release, end of extradition

Activists seek Huawei official’s release, end of extradition

MPs petition to end Meng Wanzhou detention addresses wrong minister
B.C. working on vaccine rollout plan as province records 738 new COVID-19 cases

B.C. working on vaccine rollout plan as province records 738 new COVID-19 cases

VICTORIA — Provincial health officials say they are working on British Columbia's plan to handle COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Bonnie Henry, the provincial health officer, says Dr.
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