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What you need to know about COVID-19 in British Columbia by June 29, 2020

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm" type="text" content="THE LAST:"data-reactid =" 12 ">THE LAST:Health officials will update the COVID-19 numbers at 3 p.m. for the first time since Friday.A total of 174 people in British Columbia died from the disease.Friday,...

British Columbia woman calls for investigation after sea lion beheading

WARNING: article contains images that may disturb some readersA woman in Nanaimo, British Columbia, calls for a thorough investigation after the discovery of a number of decapitated sea lions on the eastern shores of Vancouver Island.Deborah Short says that...

British Columbia hospital turns to restaurant “pagers” to streamline surgeries amid COVID-19

A Vancouver hospital has turned to the hospitality industry to find an innovative - and inexpensive - way to help speed up surgeries and start clearing the backlog from COVID-19.It is estimated that 30,000 scheduled surgeries have been canceled...

British Columbia teacher punished for handcuffing 2 students, charge of independent assault

A college in Chilliwack teacher was penalized for handcuffing two students on the back of the head and for an unrelated assault charge which was later stayed.In its decision, the BC Teacher Regulation Branch wrote that Sudhir Pallingalthodi Jabbar...

British Columbia school principal and district apologize for posting on Blackface yearbook

Langley, British Columbia high school principal apologizes after 13-year-old yearbook photo appears black face.The photo, which was posted to the Black Vancouver Instagram account, shows the current director of Langley Fine Arts School, Jon Bonnar, who was vice principal...

In the era of the COVID villains, an unlikely hero appeared: Dr. Bonnie Henry of British Columbia

The coronavirus pandemic has provided the world with an abundance of bad guys. Extravagant displays of incompetence, duplicity and blunder have made enemies of even the most prestigious health experts, figureheads and politicians, while the anxious and vulnerable...

In the era of the COVID villains, an unlikely hero appeared: Dr. Bonnie Henry of British Columbia

The coronavirus pandemic has provided the world with an abundance of bad guys. Extravagant displays of incompetence, duplicity and blunder have made enemies of even the most prestigious health experts, figureheads and politicians, while the anxious and vulnerable...

In the era of the COVID villains, an unlikely hero appeared: Dr. Bonnie Henry of British Columbia

The coronavirus pandemic has provided the world with an abundance of bad guys. Extravagant displays of incompetence, duplicity and blunder have made enemies of even the most prestigious health experts, figureheads and politicians, while the anxious and vulnerable...

In the era of the COVID villains, an unlikely hero appeared: Dr. Bonnie Henry of British Columbia

The coronavirus pandemic has provided the world with an abundance of bad guys. Extravagant displays of incompetence, duplicity and blunder have made enemies of even the most prestigious health experts, figureheads and politicians, while the anxious and vulnerable...

In the era of the COVID villains, an unlikely hero appeared: Dr. Bonnie Henry of British Columbia

The coronavirus pandemic has provided the world with an abundance of bad guys. Extravagant displays of incompetence, duplicity and blunder have made enemies of even the most prestigious health experts, figureheads and politicians, while the anxious and vulnerable...
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