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B.C. to provide Paxlovid after feds drop covering COVID medication coverage

B.C. to provide Paxlovid after feds drop covering COVID medication coverage

Paxlovid treats mild-to-moderate COVID-19 in adults
Vernon officially unveils new Civic Memorial park

Vernon officially unveils new Civic Memorial park

Once the site of the old Civic Arena, new space has a diverse set of amenities
Sumas Prairie flood lawsuit can proceed as class action, judge rules

Sumas Prairie flood lawsuit can proceed as class action, judge rules

Plaintiffs allege that city ‘breached its duty of care’ in November 2021
New racist-incident helpline in B.C. available in 240-plus languages

New racist-incident helpline in B.C. available in 240-plus languages

Callers will be asked to provide a description of the incident, where it occurred
Police stripped Langley home for evidence in homicide investigation

Police stripped Langley home for evidence in homicide investigation

Court hears toilets dismantled, baseboards removed, linoleum sliced up
Local beekeepers rehome swarm near downtown Penticton

Local beekeepers rehome swarm near downtown Penticton

Swarms can account for anywhere from 30,000 to 40,000 bees at a time.
RCMP officer transferred out of Bella Bella after racist social media posts

RCMP officer transferred out of Bella Bella after racist social media posts

The Heiltsuk Nation has been calling for the officer’s immediate suspension, removal
Former Vernon hockey coach’s sexual assault retrial continues

Former Vernon hockey coach’s sexual assault retrial continues

The case stems from an incident in 2004 when the alleged victim was 16
Penticton Creek restoration project reaches ‘important milestone’

Penticton Creek restoration project reaches ‘important milestone’

Latest stage of the project was valued at $4.5 million
Suspicious person draws large Vernon police presence

Suspicious person draws large Vernon police presence

Westside Road investigation concludes with no arrests