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Kids less likely to transmit COVID-19 virus: study

Kids less likely to transmit COVID-19 virus: study

Results showed that compared with adults, children were less likely to grow virus in culture and had lower viral concentrations, suggesting they are not the main drivers of transmission.

Kids less likely to transmit COVID-19 virus: study

Order issued to end encampment in Vancouver park

Order issued to end encampment in Vancouver park

The order comes after the province, city and park board signed a formal agreement this week to end the 10-month encampment that has swelled to roughly 400 tents.

Order issued to end encampment in Vancouver park

B.C. liquor servers to get pay boost

B.C. liquor servers to get pay boost

Labour Minister Harry Bains says he's proud to put an end to the discriminatory lower minimum wage for liquor servers, 80 per cent of whom are women.

B.C. liquor servers to get pay boost

COVID-19 rebate cheques out by end of April​​

COVID-19 rebate cheques out by end of April​​

Two weeks ago, ICBC began mailing small batches of COVID-19 rebate cheques directly to eligible customers.

COVID-19 rebate cheques out by end of April​​

Carney makes political debut at convention today

Carney makes political debut at convention today

Trudeau dodged questions Friday about Carney's possible political future just hours before the former governor of the Bank of Canada and Bank of England was set to make a star turn at the federal Liberals' national convention.

Carney makes political debut at convention today

A look at some of Prince Philip's visits to Canada

A look at some of Prince Philip's visits to Canada

The Queen and Prince Philip have lavished much attention on Canada over their lives, each visiting the country more than 20 times over the years.

A look at some of Prince Philip's visits to Canada