On April 3, 2020, the younger woman approached an 84-year-old woman using a walker on Central Boulevard near Metrotown Skytrain Station. Continue reading
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Staff at James Ardiel Elementary held a walk before classes started, calling for masks to be mandated in elementary schools, even inside classrooms. Continue reading →
If a school has been identified as a possible exposure site, you do not need to take any action unless directed to by public health and school officials. Continue reading →
On Monday night around 8 p.m. a fight broke out between a man and staff at the IGA store on Robson Street after the man had allegedly tried to steal some coffee. Continue reading →
Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston were both convicted of six counts of first-degree murder in 2014 for the 2007 killings in Surrey, B.C. Continue reading →
Kamloops resident Chris Wilson said his daughter Karis’ outfit was perfectly acceptable and he wants changes made. Continue reading →
The government has revealed from March 1 to 15 the province is planning to start vaccinating people born before 1941 who receive home support. Continue reading →
Tests at BC Children’s Hospital revealed little Alejandro Angel has a very rare and aggressive form of cancer. Continue reading →
Prior to the start of 2021, there were no recorded cases of COVID-19 among the members of the Cowichan Tribes on Vancouver Island. Continue reading →
Teachers at Woodward Hill Elementary School took part in a walk-in before school started Tuesday to show solidarity for each other as the pandemic continues. Continue reading →
Another eight people have died from complications from the virus, bringing the province’s death toll to 1,335. Continue reading →
Travel expert Claire Newell said you must call the 1-800 number on the government’s website, and not the hotel directly, to book a quarantine stay. Continue reading →
All visitation has been suspended until outbreak measures are lifted with the exception being for compassionate end-of-life visits, Vancouver Coastal Health said. Continue reading →
Ben Glassco came across a couple looking through the snowflakes at the Lions Gate Bridge during the snow event on Saturday and he took a stunning photo of them. Continue reading →
Of the 114 residents of the Little Mountain Place care home in Vancouver, 99 tested positive for the virus and at least 41 have died since the beginning of the pandemic. Continue reading →