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‘Freer’ and ‘more normal’ summer possible if 70% of Canadians get first dose: Trudeau

‘Freer’ and ‘more normal’ summer possible if 70% of Canadians get first dose: Trudeau

B.C. has vaccinated 48% of eligible population
There is $149 million in 'unclaimed money' in dormant B.C. accounts: society

There is $149 million in 'unclaimed money' in dormant B.C. accounts: society

Society reaching out to the public
Dr. Bonnie Henry says people are 'paying attention' to new B.C. travel order

Dr. Bonnie Henry says people are 'paying attention' to new B.C. travel order

"The idea is not to fine people."
B.C.'s 2021 Good Citizenship medal to honour civilian efforts during COVID-19

B.C.'s 2021 Good Citizenship medal to honour civilian efforts during COVID-19

Do you know someone deserving of the annual award?
Tofino home sells for $1 million above asking price

Tofino home sells for $1 million above asking price

The 1999 property measures just over 1,200 square feet and has two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Opinion: This is how even young people are destroying their hearing

Opinion: This is how even young people are destroying their hearing

Ever heard of “The Mosquito”? It was invented in the UK in 2005, and it has a rather effective way of keeping teenagers from hanging around: It emits an extremely high-pitched sound signal that only they can hear.
Here's what it is like to navigate the pandemic for people with vision loss

Here's what it is like to navigate the pandemic for people with vision loss

Tips and advice for how sighted folks can be a help, not a hindrance.
B.C. economy sheds 43,000 jobs in April

B.C. economy sheds 43,000 jobs in April

April data is the first decrease since substantial employment losses since March and April last year, according to Statistics Canada
Sechelt council calls on province to push for BC Ferries service improvements

Sechelt council calls on province to push for BC Ferries service improvements

Council requests ‘long-term goal’ of 16 ferry sailings a day in each direction
B.C. looks to combat 'revenge porn,' calls for new ways to have it destroyed

B.C. looks to combat 'revenge porn,' calls for new ways to have it destroyed

Youth reporting incidents of non-consensual disclosure of intimate images has increase 94 per cent since the start of 2021.