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A partial recovery of the silver has been made in Toronto, B.C., and Massachusetts in the United States, police said.

According to the province, an estimated 340,000 tonnes of plastic waste were thrown out in B.C. in 2019 — more than 65 kilograms per person in one year.

Prior to the robot’s recent arrival, it could take several people a full day to do the work that Robby does in an hour.

The arena will be operating at full capacity when the Canucks take on the Minnesota Wild Tuesday night. Those attending will be required to wear masks and show proof of vaccination.

British Columbia’s auditor general says he has a $6-billion difference of opinion with the government on calculating the province’s financial bottom line.

“From the beginning, B.C. teachers have been doing their part to keep their students and schools safe,” said president Terri Mooring in a Tuesday news release.

If any of the shipping containers come ashore, the Canadian Coast Guard is asking the public to report any sightings.

JUST IN: Another 457 cases of COVID-19 were recorded in British Columbia on Tuesday, along with two more deaths.

“The fact that B.C. still grants mineral claims with total disregard for Indigenous nations like Gitxaała is a damaging relic of colonialism that has no place in the present day,” said Hereditary Chief Matthew Hill in a news release.

On the day the B.C. government rolled out its plan to administer third doses of COVID-19 vaccine, come reports that some people have jumped the line.

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#BREAKING : Quebec City police are hunting for a man dressed in medieval clothing and armed with a bladed weapon who they say has left ``multiple victims'' near the national assembly. Police asking people to stay indoors. The number of those hurt and the severity is not known.

JUST IN: A British Columbia restaurant that publicly defied the province’s COVID-19 vaccine passport system has lost its business licence for six months.

"They're not helping Wet'suwet'en people. It's causing more divisions between Indigenous people and the rest of Canada." Wet'suwet'en member Candice George tells @steeletalks980  the nationwide protests against the Coastal GasLink project are causing additional pain.

“I can’t actually say what I think of what these people have done. You would need to bleep it out. To have people try and sell supplies that are short-stocked in our hospitals and try to make a buck is beyond anything I can comprehend.”

In 2009, former B.C. Solicitor General, Rich Coleman, disbanded an RCMP unit tasked with investigating illegal gaming. Former Crown prosecutor, @Garossino , tells @steeletalks980  why she thinks that was a "staggering" decision.

"My career can wait. And my family cannot." @steeletalks980  tells listeners why she's decided to leave the CKNW airwaves at the end of May. We're going to miss you, Lynda! ❤️

"There's no need to defend it. There's nothing to comment on." Surrey City Councillor, Allison Patton, speaks to @steeletalks980  about the 2.3% pay raise awarded to Mayor and Council in a closed-door meet #SurreyBCng .

For small businesses forced to close, this might be an opportunity for you!

#UPDATE : Trans Mountain says the spill is estimated at between 150,000 and 190,000 litres. The province had earlier said the initial report was of 1,500 litres.

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