Glen Korstrom

2020 Halloween outlook: fireworks boom; costumes fizzle

Fireworks sales skyrocket as ban looms in Vancouver and pandemic hits costume retailers hard

B.C. records 274 new COVID-19 cases – fourth record high in last six days

Average new daily cases in October so far is more than 145, or more than six times that of July

B.C. legal cannabis sales reach record high in August, more than triple that of last year

Province notches eighth straight month of record-high sales for legal weed

New COVID-19 infections in B.C. top 200 in a day for first time

This is the third record high number of cases in the past five days

Candidates from all B.C. parties urge end to background checks for retail cannabis employees

Program put in place by NDP was aimed at keeping criminals out of burgeoning sector

New COVID-19 infections stay high, as the positive-test rate rises above 3%

The BCCDC identified 167 new cases of the virus in the past 24 hours

Parties offer clear choice on direct stimulus spending in B.C. election

On offer are a consumption-tax cut, an income-tax cut or spending on social programs

Full 2020 B.C. election results likely to be unknown until well into November

Counting the vast number of mail-in ballots will not start until at least November 6

NDP's Nathan Cullen apologizes for making fun of Liberals' First Nations candidate

Cullen suggested that candidate Roy Jones Jr. is not well liked and that his nickname is Kinkles