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Both of Friday’s deaths were both recorded at long-term care homes
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Kelowna woman has been waiting almost a year for a refund on her Kelowna to Edmonton flight
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Vancouver Island firefighters jump on viral trend of photoshopped U.S. senator
Vancouver’s Rio Theatre is moving forward with plans to reopen on Saturday
It’s been more than one month since union workers went on strike
The apparent drop in winter colds across the country seems to have weakened demand for medicine and natural remedies
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Susan Kootnekoff is the founder of Inspire Law, her diverse legal career spans over 20 years
Kristy Dyer has a background in art and physics and consulted for Silicon Valley
Approval of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada could be only days away.
The Canadian provinces are expected to have sites ready to receive vaccines by Dec. 14, but the actual doses will likely only arrive in the new year.
Federal health officials expect enough vaccines for three million people will arrive between January and March and vulnerable seniors and health-care workers will be prioritized.
More than 25 years ago a woman hid the lump sums, police say
Milestone won’t be back for another 100 years
Solo opera comes to British Columbia
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