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New COVID-19 cases in B.C. surge above 200

Province's number of active infections returns above 1,000 for first time since June 25

Marcon to 'celebrate' busy Coquitlam corner with 38-storey tower

On Monday, city council advanced the bid by Marcon to build a 38-storey tower at the northwest intersection of Como Lake Avenue and Clarke Road

Greater Vancouver has the most secondary homeowners in Canada: survey

Seven per cent of respondents said their secondary properties are currently vacant

Almost half of Canadians think Canada should be a mosaic: poll

The past two years have provided several opportunities for Canadians to evaluate the state of race relations in the country.   Areas of Canada that were under severe lockdowns related to the...

Lotteries? Mandates? Key to vaccinations might simply be education

Expert says it’s unclear if incentives boost vaccination rates

Subsidizing fossil fuel is a bad bet for British Columbia’s future

When British Columbians should have been celebrating our renewed ability to visit with loved ones and travel our beautiful province, we were thrust right back into another public health emergency...

Still possible for Canadian retail brands to grow business in China, official says

For Canadian retail brands already committed to the Chinese market through e-commerce, the growing antagonism and rising trade barriers between Beijing and the West have not seriously impeded...

Decreased crime consistent with pandemic restrictions: Farnworth

Decreased police-reported numbers of property crimes and sexual assaults are consistent with COVID-19 pandemic impacts and related stay-at-home orders and social distancing, B.C.’s minister of public...

Interior continues to be B.C.'s COVID-19 hot spot

New mask mandate goes into effect at midnight in the Central Okanagan

Surrey council chooses industry over climate change concerns in Campbell Heights

Proposal to develop 245 hectares of green space in South Surrey spurs climate change concerns as city looks to add industrial land