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B.C. nurses, doctors exhausted as next COVID-19 peak comes this week: spokespeople

B.C. nurses, doctors exhausted as next COVID-19 peak comes this week: spokespeople

VANCOUVER — While the most challenging days of COVID-19 are predicted to be ahead for British Columbia’s health-care system, representatives for doctors and nurses say their members are on the verge of a possible collapse. Doctors of BC president Dr.
B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

Former Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Craig James faces five criminal counts for alleged abuse of power

B.C. company fined $75,000 for importing fins of protected sharks

VANCOUVER — The federal government says an herbal medicine company has pleaded guilty in provincial court in Vancouver to a charge of unlawfully importing a protected shark species without a permit.
Thousands of dead pigs left to decompose at Princeton-area compost facility spark environmental concerns

Thousands of dead pigs left to decompose at Princeton-area compost facility spark environmental concerns

Upper Similkameen Indian Band concerned about discovery of deceased animals at processing facility
Province ‘looking at extending’ B.C. vaccine card past January expiration date

Province ‘looking at extending’ B.C. vaccine card past January expiration date

Vaccine certificates due to expire at end of month
Hearings begin for B.C. men accused in US-Canada drug trafficking probe

Hearings begin for B.C. men accused in US-Canada drug trafficking probe

The group is accused of moving drugs across B.C., Washington and California.
Vancouver double homicide preliminary hearing gets underway

Vancouver double homicide preliminary hearing gets underway

Joseph Rodney Holland, facing double-homicide charges, appeared by video Jan. 18 for the start of his preliminary hearing in Vancouver Provincial Court.
B.C. government gives gyms permission to open starting Jan. 20

B.C. government gives gyms permission to open starting Jan. 20

Gyms will reopen Jan. 20 while nightclubs and bars continue to stay closed until Feb. 16
Concord Pacific loses appeal in dispute with Singaporean magnate over Expo lands

Concord Pacific loses appeal in dispute with Singaporean magnate over Expo lands

Developer says it plans to take appeal to Supreme Court of Canada
Dr. Bonnie Henry extends orders on gatherings, events, and restaurants in B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry extends orders on gatherings, events, and restaurants in B.C.

The BC Vaccine Card Program will continue to cover events of all sizes.