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Dog owners being warned after poisonous mixture found on Vancouver Island

Dog owners being warned after poisonous mixture found on Vancouver Island

Police and people living in Sidney are warning others after rat poison covered in peanut butter was found on the ground near a marina.
British Columbia targets gun violence in new legislation

British Columbia targets gun violence in new legislation

VICTORIA — British Columbia wants to try and reduce shootings connected to gangs and drugs with legislation introduced Wednesday that partly focuses on the transportation of illegal firearms.
B.C. vaccinates more than 200,000 people for COVID-19, as second dose shots fall to a trickle

B.C. vaccinates more than 200,000 people for COVID-19, as second dose shots fall to a trickle

203,193 B.C. residents have had at least one dose of a vaccine, for an average of 2,639 people per day during the roll-out.
Port of Vancouver sees 1% growth in challenging 2020

Port of Vancouver sees 1% growth in challenging 2020

Records set for movement of grain, potash and containers.
Hotel chain gives gift cards to BC Transit drivers to acknowledge them for their work during the pandemic

Hotel chain gives gift cards to BC Transit drivers to acknowledge them for their work during the pandemic

500 accent Inn employees spent the day thanking the essential drivers.
Suspect leaves wallet at the scene of the crime after dramatic chase

Suspect leaves wallet at the scene of the crime after dramatic chase

While being chased by the man he had just allegedly robbed, he pulled a gun and dropped his wallet
B.C. conservation officer who refused to kill 2 bear cubs still fighting to return to work

B.C. conservation officer who refused to kill 2 bear cubs still fighting to return to work

'This is way beyond two bear cubs at this time.'
Roman Catholic archdiocese seeks pandemic exemptions

Roman Catholic archdiocese seeks pandemic exemptions

Bar on more than 10 worshippers unconstitutional, court told
Christmas decorating human rights complaint dismissed

Christmas decorating human rights complaint dismissed

Government employee didn’t want to be “coerced into . . . Christian festivals.”
Port Coquitlam cop gets six-month driving ban after striking cyclist during 911 call

Port Coquitlam cop gets six-month driving ban after striking cyclist during 911 call

The officer's sentence was mitigated by several factors, including the fact that a driving prohibition could expose the front line worker to COVID-19 while commuting on public transportation