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Any business with three or more cases among employees can be closed
Hospitalization up to 425, six more virus-related deaths
As COVID-19 cases stay high, restaurants in British Columbia are closed to indoor dining
In a world of declining birth rates and rising wealth, where do new Canadians come from?
Industry, union leaders seek balance on old-growth preservation
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The federal government has announced a $400 million investment into bike lanes and other bike infrastructure.
That could mean more bike lanes in Langley neighbourhoods in years to come.
Adding bike lanes has proved controversial in some Langley ares in the past – especially if it meant road widening or a loss of on-street parking.
Would you support more bike lanes in your neighbourhood, or not?
During sustainability week the university fundraises to benefit young entrepreneurs and charities
International Bat Appreciation Day occurs annually on Saturday, April 17
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Spring season ends early, 135 workers out of jobs
On Thursday, minister in charge of Japan’s vaccine rollout, Taro Kono, said even if the Olympics go on, there may be no fans of any kind in venues
People could book a site at Parks Canada attraction on April 6 with COVID-19 restrictions in place
Hjalmer Wenstob and Timmy Masso share dance and inspiration.
One of Canada’s most outspoken consumer advocacy groups, OpenMedia, criticized the CRTC on Thursday
Powell River paper production set to resume in May
The yearly imagery will vividly illustrate how climate change has affected glaciers, beaches, forests and other places worldwide
Pedestrians near False Creek expressed disbelief after seeing the car join them on the walking path
From hand injuries to skin cancer removal, plastic surgeon provides head-to-toe care
Discover your year-round cabin retreat at this Okanagan vacation destination