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Dr. Bonnie takes heat online for posing maskless in selfies (PHOTOS & VIDEOS)

Dr. Bonnie takes heat online for posing maskless in selfies (PHOTOS & VIDEOS)

Vancouverites are sharing their thoughts on social media following the appearance.
Fourth wave of unvaccinated could force renewal of restrictions, experts say

Fourth wave of unvaccinated could force renewal of restrictions, experts say

About 4.6 million of B.C.'s 5.1 million population are age 12 and older and eligible for vaccination.
Mass coronavirus infections among B.C. children projected if no further measures taken: scientists

Mass coronavirus infections among B.C. children projected if no further measures taken: scientists

Close to 7,800 infections per day among children aged 0-19 could be expected by mid-October under the status quo, according to new modelling
B.C.'s COVID-19 cases spike as vaccinations dwindle

B.C.'s COVID-19 cases spike as vaccinations dwindle

COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to highest level since June.
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. rise to another three-month high

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. rise to another three-month high

Younger people fuel the recent rise in infections.
Hospitalizations, ICU patient numbers keep rising in B.C.

Hospitalizations, ICU patient numbers keep rising in B.C.

Province administers fewest daily vaccine doses since March 16
B.C.'s COVID-19 hospitalizations surpass 100 for first time since June

B.C.'s COVID-19 hospitalizations surpass 100 for first time since June

104 COVID-19 patients sick enough to be in hospital; 47 in intensive care units.
Federal vaccine mandate sparks talk of what B.C. will do

Federal vaccine mandate sparks talk of what B.C. will do

"We’re looking at all measures to protect people and keep communities safe," says B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix
Deaths stay low as COVID-19 cases keep spiking in B.C.

Deaths stay low as COVID-19 cases keep spiking in B.C.

Active infections rise to highest level since May.
Canada's oil and gas sector filled up on federal COVID emergency cash

Canada's oil and gas sector filled up on federal COVID emergency cash

Critics say profitable oil and gas companies continue to give out big dividends to their shareholders while laying off workers.