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B.C. to spend $78.5 million to improve team-based health care across province

Spending is earmarked for 22 new primary care networks, for a total of 39 such networks provincewide

Vancouver restaurant owners want winter-patio dining option

City's program that opened the door to hundreds of new patios is set to end October 31

B.C. sets record for number of active COVID-19 infections for seventh day in a row

There are 1,233 British Columbians battling the virus that has caused a global pandemic

New COVID-19 outbreak arises at Tsawwassen seniors' home KinVillage

Staff member tested positive and health officials are putting in place restrictions to limit the spread of the virus

Younger people help B.C. hit record number of active COVID-19 infections

There are now 1,175 British Columbians battling the virus that has caused a global pandemic

B.C. government ends freeze on rent hikes starting December 2020

Landlords will be able to raise rents by 1.4% starting in 2021

B.C. government confirms Acciona-Ghella will start building Broadway Subway this fall

No commitments have yet been made to extend the rapid-transit line to UBC

B.C. has highest number of COVID-19 hospitalizations since May

There were 104 new infections confirmed in the past day, but no new deaths

Vancouver's WELL Health shares soar 35% on U.S. expansion, Li Ka-shing investment

Shares in the company that digitizes medical offices is up about 35% since yesterday morning

Plunge in YVR traffic creates negative trend for Vancouver Airport Authority credit rating

The credit rating for the body that oversees Vancouver's main airport is unchanged, at AA (low)