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'I could have died': How a Coquitlam woman's life was saved by a nurse working with police

'I could have died': How a Coquitlam woman's life was saved by a nurse working with police

Now training as a mental health worker, Jessa Turner says psych nurses or other specially trained individuals should assist uniformed police in dealing with welfare checks and suicide calls — Metro Vancouver mayors agree with her
Canada-wide warrant issued by Surrey RCMP for man wanted for forcible confinement and invitation to sexual touching

Canada-wide warrant issued by Surrey RCMP for man wanted for forcible confinement and invitation to sexual touching

If seen, call 911.
Strong early response to Oxford-AstraZeneca shots for Metro Vancouver 55 to 65s

Strong early response to Oxford-AstraZeneca shots for Metro Vancouver 55 to 65s

VANCOUVER — Residents of the Lower Mainland in B.C. between the ages of 55 and 65 can now schedule an appointment to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, but making a booking might be challenging.
London Drugs 'inundated' by vaccine booking calls, asks B.C. residents not to phone pharmacies

London Drugs 'inundated' by vaccine booking calls, asks B.C. residents not to phone pharmacies

London Drugs is offering vaccinations at three locations: North Vancouver, Coquitlam and Burnaby.
Second video of man involved in alleged verbal assault in Steveston emerges

Second video of man involved in alleged verbal assault in Steveston emerges

A video of a racist rant from 2019 allegedly shows the same man involved in Monday's incident in Steveston.
Canada-wide recall for another brand of dried apricot seeds

Canada-wide recall for another brand of dried apricot seeds

Apricot seeds or kernels are known to contain a natural toxin that can cause cyanide poisoning.
B.C. opens AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines for ages 55-65 after pausing younger cohorts

B.C. opens AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines for ages 55-65 after pausing younger cohorts

VICTORIA — British Columbia is bumping up its age-based vaccination plan by offering Oxford-AstraZeneca shots to Lower Mainland residents between the ages of 55 and 65. The move comes a day after provincial health officer Dr.
Vancouver police arrest suspect in three Masonic Hall arson fires

Vancouver police arrest suspect in three Masonic Hall arson fires

RCMP are asking that anyone with information about these fires to contact them.
Whistler Blackcomb will not reopen following province-mandated closure

Whistler Blackcomb will not reopen following province-mandated closure

'We did not make this decision lightly,' says Whistler Blackcomb COO
Lower Mainland residents 55-65 can get COVID-19 vaccine at local pharmacy

Lower Mainland residents 55-65 can get COVID-19 vaccine at local pharmacy

The program, a partnership between Immunize BC and community pharmacists, launches on March 31.