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Nearly 72 per cent of new COVID-19 hospitalizations not fully vaccinated: ministry

Nearly 72 per cent of new COVID-19 hospitalizations not fully vaccinated: ministry

VICTORIA — British Columbia is reporting 324 new cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths from the virus.
​​Update: Two ‘teens’ spotted riding on top of Canada Line train in Richmond

​​Update: Two ‘teens’ spotted riding on top of Canada Line train in Richmond

It was a “disturbing” and potentially “traumatizing” scene, says local resident.
B.C. declares a state of emergency in response to flooding, mudslides

B.C. declares a state of emergency in response to flooding, mudslides

British Columbians urged not to panic buy.
'It is brutal': Flood's damage revealed as water recedes in Merritt

'It is brutal': Flood's damage revealed as water recedes in Merritt

Assessments can't be completed until the waters recede.
Princeton dealing with breaks in water lines, little water service to homes

Princeton dealing with breaks in water lines, little water service to homes

Almost 300 properties remain on evacuation order.
Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued for possible listeria contamination

Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued for possible listeria contamination

Check your fridges!
B.C. not participating in Canada-wide wireless emergency alert test Wednesday

B.C. not participating in Canada-wide wireless emergency alert test Wednesday

The rest of the country will take part in the test, with a message sent out via cellphone, radio, and TV
GoFundMe launches hub page for B.C. flood victims

GoFundMe launches hub page for B.C. flood victims

The hub is regularly updated as new fundraisers are verified by the Trust & Safety team.
B.C. Animal Food Bank needs help supporting evacuated pets

B.C. Animal Food Bank needs help supporting evacuated pets

Founder Nicole Wilks says she isn’t sure how she’ll provide for animals in need after the closure of many B.C. highways.
B.C. formally requests federal military support in flood response

B.C. formally requests federal military support in flood response

Canadian Air Force assets have already been involved in rescues over the past two days, including at Highway 7 in Agassiz where hundreds were trapped between two slides.