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COVID-19 spring booster program begins rolling out in B.C.

COVID-19 spring booster program begins rolling out in B.C.

Campaign is targeting the vulnerable and unvaccinated but shots will be available to all
Ali murder trial delays blamed on defence and ‘exceptional events’

Ali murder trial delays blamed on defence and ‘exceptional events’

Crown arguing against defence motion to have conviction in murder of girl, 13, thrown out
Health minister announces task force to deal with drug use in B.C. hospitals

Health minister announces task force to deal with drug use in B.C. hospitals

BC United’s Elenore Sturko questions need for task force, calls for tougher enforcement
B.C. police seize fake Alberta ID from teen during traffic stop for speeding

B.C. police seize fake Alberta ID from teen during traffic stop for speeding

The teen was going 40 km/h over the speed limit
VIDEO: Fisheries relocates famed Vancouver Island elephant seal to remote beach

VIDEO: Fisheries relocates famed Vancouver Island elephant seal to remote beach

Dubbed Emerson by locals, the seal repeatedly returns to Greater Victoria
Arrests made in investigation of 2021 homicide of Taig Savage in Penticton

Arrests made in investigation of 2021 homicide of Taig Savage in Penticton

Four people have been arrested and the RCMP have released no names
UTV with blue lights stops motorist near Clearwater, warn RCMP

UTV with blue lights stops motorist near Clearwater, warn RCMP

Public asked to report any information regarding the April 7 incident to police
‘Hotel living isn’t fun’: Evacuated Kelowna residents want answers from city, UBCO

‘Hotel living isn’t fun’: Evacuated Kelowna residents want answers from city, UBCO

Large cracks in the Hadgraft Wilson Place building led to an evacuation
Drugs, guns seized during search warrant at West Kelowna home

Drugs, guns seized during search warrant at West Kelowna home

2 people were arrested and released pending charges
High rates of Indigenous diabetes spark push for better B.C. services

High rates of Indigenous diabetes spark push for better B.C. services

On-reserve rates of diabetes are considerably higher than the national rate