Eighty-six per cent of eligible people 12 and older in B.C. have now received their first COVID-19 vaccine, and 78.6 per cent have gotten their second dose.
A B.C. man convicted in the mass murder of a family on a camping trip has been denied parole.
The B.C. Assembly of First Nations is calling for the removal of a People's Party of Canada candidate in Vancouver over a flyer comparing vaccine passports to the residential school system.
A tenants' advocacy group is calling on the B.C. government to implement a system of vacancy control after Metro Vancouver was labelled the eviction capital of Canada.
Public health officials have told British Columbia's family doctors and other health-care providers that contact tracing has quietly been scaled back; there’s a plan to lift the recently reintroduced mask mandate; and they may not recommend child vaccinations against COVID-19, even if vaccines are approved for such use by federal regulators.
New election surveys have found increased support among British Columbians for the People’s Party of Canada, the right-wing party whose platform opposes vaccine passports and mandatory vaccinations for any segment of society.