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Feds leaving it to provinces to request military help for vaccine rollout

Feds leaving it to provinces to request military help for vaccine rollout

Military already playing a role in rollout but it will be up to jurisdictions to request further assistance
Former cop in prison for murdering his wife can continue escorted absences from prison

Former cop in prison for murdering his wife can continue escorted absences from prison

Keith Wiens was found guilty of second-degree murder in 2013.
B.C. woman with weeks to live weds on Family Day

B.C. woman with weeks to live weds on Family Day

Kandace Harry was diagnosed with cervical cancer in December 2019.
B.C. photographer wins top prize in Canadian Geographic photo competition

B.C. photographer wins top prize in Canadian Geographic photo competition

Photographers were asked to capture their concept of home.
Hikers rescued after getting stuck on icy cliff in closed off area on Grouse Mountain

Hikers rescued after getting stuck on icy cliff in closed off area on Grouse Mountain

“They became stuck in very steep terrain in ice and snow, above cliff bands.”
Nearly two dozen vehicles tried to navigate Okanagan Connector with inadequate tires

Nearly two dozen vehicles tried to navigate Okanagan Connector with inadequate tires

Other tickets were also handed out, including ones for brake issues and not having a licence.
Whistler-area avalanche conditions 'tricky,' says expert after two recent deaths

Whistler-area avalanche conditions 'tricky,' says expert after two recent deaths

VICTORIA — Cold winds followed by snowfall in British Columbia's south coastal region has produced unusual and tricky avalanche conditions in mountain areas frequented by backcountry enthusiasts, says an Avalanche Canada spokesman.
B.C. Mountie sustained serious injuries after vehicle hit ice en route to call: RCMP

B.C. Mountie sustained serious injuries after vehicle hit ice en route to call: RCMP

NANAIMO, B.C. — The RCMP says an officer was taken to hospital with serious injuries after his vehicle hit a patch of ice and rolled over in Nanaimo, B.C.

Vancouver police say woman tackled by stranger was 'minding her own business'

Vancouver police say they're investigating after a man grabbed and tackled a woman who was "minding her own business" in the city's West End on Saturday.
B.C. police watchdog investigating after man found to have injuries following arrest

B.C. police watchdog investigating after man found to have injuries following arrest

VANDERHOOF, B.C. — The RCMP say a man was taken to hospital with serious injuries after being arrested in Vanderhoof, B.C.
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