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COVID infections in B.C. remain at elevated levels on Friday with 223 new cases

The number of new daily COVID-19 cases in B.C. remains elevated, with the total reaching 223 in the last 24 hours, provincial health officials said Friday afternoon. That figure – coming a day after...

Half of decided voters favour BC NDP ahead of election day: poll

Research Co. survey finds 50% of decided voters favour BC NDP

Court action aims to remove Vancouver city councillor from office

Green Party’s Michael Wiebe facing challenge from residents over conflict-of-interest case

How B.C. election results may play out after an uncertain Saturday

Surge in mail-in voting could leave results unclear for weeks after election night

Vancouver council approves free year-round parking for veterans

Trial to begin next month with parking meters and potentially at civic facilities

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

Horgan: increase in COVID cases not because of election

The BC NDP leader reassured voters on Thursday that voting on Saturday is safe

Tsilhqot’in endorse Horgan’s NDP

Tsilhqot'in cite NDP's enshrining of UNDRIP as important step in reconciliation

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