Counters keep tabs on fatal syndrome with annual Vancouver bat tally

As dusk falls one evening in June, Danielle Dagenais has her eyes trained on a crack in a wall. Black droppings the size of sesame

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Vancouver paramedic on front line of COVID-19 crisis has gear stolen – BC

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Coronavirus: Vancouver Convention Centre to be converted to makeshift hospital

The Vancouver Convention Centre is being converted to act as a makeshift hospital as the province gears up to deal with a possible surge

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Downtown Vancouver London Drugs pharmacy worker tests positive for COVID-19 – BC

A pharmacy staff member at a downtown Vancouver London Drugs has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the company said Saturday. The staff member

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99-year-old West Vancouver man recovers from COVID-19 in retirement home

A 99-year-old West Vancouver man who tested positive for COVID-19 has recovered completely and is back to his “cheerful old self,” his daughter says. Reuben Huva,

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Vancouver police report recent spike in commercial break-ins as businesses close 

Vancouver police say there’s been an increase in thefts from commercial spaces in the last week as businesses closed down to stem the spread

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Drive-thru COVID-19 testing now offered for health-care workers in Vancouver

Health-care workers can now access drive-thru testing for the COVID-19 virus at an assessment site in Vancouver, where they can be swabbed without having to

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Vancouver Canucks office staff member tests positive for COVID-19

Canucks Sports and Entertainment (CSE), which operates the Vancouver Canucks NHL team, says one of its office staff has tested positive for COVID-19. The organization made

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Vancouver police seek pink shirt-wearing man in alleged anti-bullying day robbery

Metro Vancouver Transit Police are looking for a suspect they say violently robbed an elderly man on the transit system. Police say the man

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‘Common sense should reign’: How seniors in Vancouver are coping with coronavirus threat

Kay Sharpe, a senior in Vancouver, didn’t let the threat of coronavirus stop her from attending church on Sunday. She says she’s taking precautions

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