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Gyms and fitness facilities across B.C. wait to see if they'll reopen Jan. 18

Gyms and fitness facilities across B.C. wait to see if they'll reopen Jan. 18

B.C. Ministry of Health states, fitness activities generate these aerosols and can lead to rapid transmission
Old growth deferrals hitting B.C.'s secondary manufacturers

Old growth deferrals hitting B.C.'s secondary manufacturers

Manufacturers relying on BC Timber Sales already 'running out' of wood supplies
Ex-Canucks forward Boucher found guilty of sexual assault of minor

Ex-Canucks forward Boucher found guilty of sexual assault of minor

In 2011, the then 17-year-old hockey player assaulted a 12-year-old girl.
Dr. Bonnie Henry tight-lipped on which orders will be lifted next week

Dr. Bonnie Henry tight-lipped on which orders will be lifted next week

Recent health orders are set to expire Tuesday
CN Rail won't prosecute Northern BC rail blockaders

CN Rail won't prosecute Northern BC rail blockaders

CN Rail says it does not plan on privately prosecuting three participants of a 2020 blockade in Northern B.C. after being granted that right.
B.C. says medical confirmation no longer required to change gender on ID cards

B.C. says medical confirmation no longer required to change gender on ID cards

The change allows two-spirit, transgender and gender-diverse British Columbians to self-declare their gender identity on ID documents
Tsunami advisory ends for B.C. coast after undersea volcano erupts near Tonga

Tsunami advisory ends for B.C. coast after undersea volcano erupts near Tonga

Some areas of B.C. coast experienced higher waves and stronger currents.
B.C. First Nation 'outraged' over Alaskan salmon interceptions

B.C. First Nation 'outraged' over Alaskan salmon interceptions

Tŝilhqot’in Nation tribal chair Joe Alphonse is demanding a seat at the Canada-U.S. bilateral negotiations to address Alaskan fishers intercepting salmon headed for B.C. rivers
Unvaccinated people 27 times more likely to end up in a B.C. ICU

Unvaccinated people 27 times more likely to end up in a B.C. ICU

As hospitalizations climb, unvaccinated British Columbians are making up a disproportionate amount of those who are hospitalized and die from COVID-19
B.C. woman claims sexual harassment by HandyDART driver

B.C. woman claims sexual harassment by HandyDART driver

B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed BC Transit's attempt to end a sexual harassment case from a woman in a wheelchair who alleges a HandyDART driver made sexual comments to her and invited sexual contact