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UNBC to award provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry with honourary degree

UNBC to award provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry with honourary degree

Dr. Henry will receive an honorary Doctor of Law degree at UNBC’s June 25 convocation
Reports of stolen election signs

Reports of stolen election signs

City council byelection goes May 15
From Hansard: Rural B.C. leads the way in environmental innovation

From Hansard: Rural B.C. leads the way in environmental innovation

MLA Dan Davies speaks to environmental initiatives in rural B.C. ahead of Earth Day
Foord murder case moving to trial

Foord murder case moving to trial

Trial dates to be scheduled in May
Raising awareness about family’s little Heart Warrior

Raising awareness about family’s little Heart Warrior

No family wants to hear their newborn or soon-to-be born child has a heart defect, or other medical condition.
Trudy Klassen: COVID story targets Mennonite women

Trudy Klassen: COVID story targets Mennonite women

The behavior of CJDC is newsworthy to me. Since when does a media outlet report their sources to authorities? Since when is it right to expose visible religious minority women to discrimination? 
Jake Gardner places 10th at Grand Forks PBR

Jake Gardner places 10th at Grand Forks PBR

Jake Gardner has placed at PBR Velocity Tour events for the second straight weekend. Gardner finished 10th at the Grand Forks Chute Out in Grand Forks, North Dakota last Friday, April 16. He had a score of 83.
COVID-19 claims B.C.'s youngest case to date as Northern Health adds 100 cases

COVID-19 claims B.C.'s youngest case to date as Northern Health adds 100 cases

Eight people died over the weekend, B.C. surpasses 120K infections
B.C. again sets records for most COVID-19 patients in hospitals, and in ICU

B.C. again sets records for most COVID-19 patients in hospitals, and in ICU

Eight more people have died from COVID-19, including a two-year-old, who had an underlying condition.
B.C. to start doing roadside checks to ensure people are staying in their communities

B.C. to start doing roadside checks to ensure people are staying in their communities

This will be conducted through random audits and there will be a fine if you are travelling outside of your area.