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TONIGHT ON GLOBAL NEWS HOUR AT 6: A seniors' housing co-op in Delta is under fire for a proposed rule that would ban members from living together if they're not in a "marriage-like" relationship.
Canadian rockers are coming together to raise money for cancer research in support of former Prism drummer Rocket Norton - who has been a fixture of Vancouver's music scene since the 1960s. As #ThisIsBC 's @GlobalDurant tells us, it promises to be quite a show.
B.C. is making a number of changes to help ease the pressure on our health-care system, including expanding what pharmacists and first responders can do. @richardzussman has the details. More:
‘The Sky’s Not Limit – Girls Fly Too‘ was supposed to take off this weekend, but organizers of the event designed to get women and girls into aviation say it had to be cancelled at the last minute over a dispute with Transport Canada. More:
Despite the lifting of Canadian border restrictions, there is no timeline to reopen our side of Peace Arch Park. Paul Johnson reports part of the issue is a dispute over parking and access with Semiahmoo First Nation, which predates the pandemic. More:
The family of an autistic man in the Lower Mainland is suing the province and a care home, alleging he was subjected to a “harmful and injurious living environment” while in residential care as a minor.
What's in a name? Global BC reporter @NeetuGarcha explores that question as she describes how she’s been saying her own name wrong most of her life, why she’s decided to stop and how to say it correctly.
#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.
BREAKING: Effective immediately, all customers, including bars, pubs, restaurants and the public, will be rationed to no more than three of any individual items of liquor, with the exception of beer.
"You think that you're invincible? You're not." Melissa Hance lost her 46-year-old husband, the father of her two sons, to #COVID19 . He died in his sleep, at home. She's sharing her family's heartbreaking story as a warning to others. @emadagahi reports.
Here’s how the B.C. RCMP have been prohibiting the working news media at the Fairy Creek blockade. They insist their exclusion zone gives them the power to control the movements of journalists on public land and pick and choose what journalists can cover.
Some very shocked swimmers had a close encounter with a group of orcas off Quadra Island. The group is part of the T090 pod, which is a family of well-known whales.