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Virtual contact during COVID-19 made older people more lonely: Study

As the COVID-19 pandemic forced people to isolate in household "bubbles," many turned to virtual means of communication, like texting, phone calls, Zoom and FaceTime. Read More

The It List: Away debuts packable collection

The product: Away Packables Collection Read More

Surrey man dead in fatal single-vehicle crash in Kelowna

A 28-year-old Surrey man has died in an early morning crash in Kelowna. Read More

Doctors, air pollution experts forecast worsening health effects of wildfire smoke

Health experts warn that a shift in mindset and new solutions are needed as exposure to smoke from bigger wildfires becomes a regular occurrence. Read More

Fewer active fires in B.C., but no end to wildfire threat in southern regions

Above average temperatures for many parts of British Columbia aren’t expected to ease soon and Environment Canada says there is no hint of showers until at least the weekend for some southern regions hit hard by wildfires. Read More

COVID-19 update for July 27: Learning to live with COVID | Protests in Sydney as restrictions tighten | 112 new cases

Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for July 27, 2021. Read More

Vancouver Weather: Sunny and hot for days

VANCOUVER, B.C.: Monday, July 26. This week is a good time to head to the beach or lie on a blanket in the park, with lots of sun and warm temperatures in the forecast until at least the weekend. Today's weather is expected to mainly sunny with a high of 25 C, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada. It'll be warmer inland, at 29 C. Overnight,...

Policing front and centre as Brenda Locke will challenge Doug McCallum for Surrey mayor

Doug McCallum is being challenged as mayor of Surrey by a former running mate, current city councillor Brenda Locke. Read More

RCMP accuse protesters of cutting healthy trees to block road access

VICTORIA — The RCMP is accusing Fairy Creek anti-logging protesters of cutting down 18 healthy trees and placing them across the road to block access for forestry company Teal-Jones. Read More

Expert: climate change expected to bring longer wildfire seasons and more area burned

A combination of drought, heat and drier fuels is causing larger areas to be burned in British Columbia, says an expert. Read More

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