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Why does COVID-19 kill so many seniors in long-term care?

Why does COVID-19 kill so many seniors in long-term care?

A massive study seeks to answer that question. Nearly two-thirds of all COVID-19 deaths in B.C. have occurred in long-term care homes.
Huge relief as B.C. blueberry growers dodge U.S. sanctions

Huge relief as B.C. blueberry growers dodge U.S. sanctions

Highly dependent on trade with the U.S., B.C. blueberry growers faced the possibility of a huge hit
New Westminster Police warn public of man doing indecent acts outside local homes

New Westminster Police warn public of man doing indecent acts outside local homes

Incidents reported in West End and Connaught Heights neighbourhoods
Canada ranked one of world's 'most influential' countries in 2021

Canada ranked one of world's 'most influential' countries in 2021

The countries seen to make the most impact on the global stage are located in North America, Europe, and Asia.
'Holy crap!' Stampeding sea lions surprise Vancouver Island couple (VIDEO)

'Holy crap!' Stampeding sea lions surprise Vancouver Island couple (VIDEO)

It's like some sort of reverse aquatic Lion King scene
Officer cleared after police dog 'seriously' injured Burnaby suspect's genitals

Officer cleared after police dog 'seriously' injured Burnaby suspect's genitals

Domestic assault call in July ended with canine clamped to suspect for up to 20 seconds
CEO's departure shows museum leaders need to be held accountable, says researcher

CEO's departure shows museum leaders need to be held accountable, says researcher

See Bowen Island's Thompson twins in a Super Bowl ad with Michael Bublé

See Bowen Island's Thompson twins in a Super Bowl ad with Michael Bublé

Bowen's second set of acting twins (we also have the Spear sisters) made their national TV debut Sunday
Pfizer and Moderna face crunch to meet March vaccine delivery deadlines

Pfizer and Moderna face crunch to meet March vaccine delivery deadlines

Manufacturers will need to deliver 3m doses in last few weeks of March to meet obligations
B.C.-wide recall of smoked salmon due to possible 'listeria contamination'

B.C.-wide recall of smoked salmon due to possible 'listeria contamination'

Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.