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B.C. dentist blasts incoming vaccine mandate for health-care professionals

B.C. dentist blasts incoming vaccine mandate for health-care professionals

The mandate impacts 39 listed professions, ranging from pharmacists to traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists.
Behind the scenes of B.C.’s first COVID-19 superspreader, two years ago

Behind the scenes of B.C.’s first COVID-19 superspreader, two years ago

Documents highlight confusion before officials discovered attendee at Pacific Dental Conference had coronavirus, leading to dozens of infections and one death.
Asian food giant announces plans to open second store in Coquitlam

Asian food giant announces plans to open second store in Coquitlam

Is there room for another Asian grocery store in Coquitlam? Loblaw has announced the opening of a new T&T Supermarket in late 2022 on the city's west side
Fraud, breach of trust case against former B.C. legislature clerk rests with judge

Fraud, breach of trust case against former B.C. legislature clerk rests with judge

Defence lawyers for British Columbia's former clerk of the legislature say the Crown has failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that their client committed any crimes related to fraud or breach of trust. In closing arguments Thursday in B.C.
B.C. man grateful for paramedics' swift response as he suffered heart attack

B.C. man grateful for paramedics' swift response as he suffered heart attack

How a pilot program in the Okanagan saved a man suffering a heart attack
Family of murdered UBCO security guard wants to see justice

Family of murdered UBCO security guard wants to see justice

Kaur was assaulted on Saturday morning and died of her injuries in the hospital on Sunday evening
Cargo ship needs a rescue after losing control under Lions Gate Bridge near West Vancouver

Cargo ship needs a rescue after losing control under Lions Gate Bridge near West Vancouver

A freighter that appeared to lose control in the shipping channels near the Lions Gate Bridge this afternoon was rescued by several tugboats after running aground near Slhx̱í7lsh (Siwash Rock).
Russian students in B.C. may be eligible for tuition deferrals

Russian students in B.C. may be eligible for tuition deferrals

There are about 160 Russian students at the school this year — in addition to about 60 Ukrainian students.
B.C. police 'extremely unlikely' to dish out distracted driving tickets in drive-thrus

B.C. police 'extremely unlikely' to dish out distracted driving tickets in drive-thrus

You're relatively safe, it seems, to use your phone in B.C. while in the drive-thru for the likes of McDonald's or Starbucks.
'Do you want to get stabbed?': Screwdriver-wielding UBC thief's sentence doubled

'Do you want to get stabbed?': Screwdriver-wielding UBC thief's sentence doubled

B.C.'s Court of Appeal has doubled the sentence for a man who forced a female UBC student at screwdriver point to give him $400 from an ATM.