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COVID-mandate lawsuit tossed for being 'bad beyond argument'

A highly-publicized lawsuit targeting the provincial government’s COVID-19 measures has been thrown out by a BC Supreme Court Justice for being so poorly crafted it is impossible to respond to

Licensed professionals in BC Public Service issue strike notice

The union represents about 1,200 professionals such as engineers, foresters, geoscientists and pharmacists

B.C. man's vaccine injury certified by federal government for compensation

The federal support program provides a lump sum payment for pain and suffering and a loss-of-income component as well

Modelling suggests transmission of Omicron has peaked in B.C., hospitalizations not far behind

Hospitalizations expected to peak between January 15 and 20, provincial government says

'We have levelled off somewhat': Henry suggests peak of Omicron wave may not be far off

'Keeping as much as possible open' is the focus right now, says B.C.'s top doc

BC Assessment Authority updates property value database

More detailed information to be released Jan. 4

B.C. considering allowing some COVID-positive health-care workers back on the job

Province's top doc worried that mild cases of Omicron will force large parts of the health-care sector off the job

B.C. reports 2,944 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths

193 people are in hospital across the province

B.C. electricity demand hits an all-time high

BC Hydro has some tips for people looking to lower electricity use