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In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week
Thursday is Jeans Day, an annual campaign that’s raised $20 million in 26 years
More than 230,000 British Columbians have already voted
There will be six days of advance voting prior to B.C.’s general election day on May 9
Provincial health officer Dr. Perry Kendall reflects on the past year of the deadly overdose crisis
Members didn’t gather the required number of signatures from each electoral riding to trigger further action
The $1.8 billion in funding would be used to create about 7,000 units each year for ten years, and close affordability gap
BC Games Society announces new money Fund for athletes and coaches
Since 2010, 45 clinics have closed in B.C., and 290 vacancies remain unfilled in the province, Walk-in Clinics Association of BC says.
More than 300 high school students from B.C., Alta., and Washington took part in the VEX Robotics competition
Measles is a highly contagious disease that spreads easily to those who are not immune or are vulnerable, health officials warn
Public Safety Minister Mike Morris weighs in on the news that Ottawa is set to consider a bill on marijuana legalization next month.
RCMP and ICBC kick off a new campaign to crack down on car thefts.
British Columbians can join the global movement 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 25.
The singer, guitarist and songwriter died Saturday afternoon, in Missouri.
Vancouver, Surrey, Kelowna saw the highest number of deaths.
The four days of March Madness high school edition ended Saturday night.
Green Party leader Andrew Weaver call the proposed bill ‘an appropriate and overdue step.’
The next jackpot of an estimated $10 million will be drawn March 17.
Women’s right’s group calls on political parties to recruit more women to mark International Women’s Day.