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Nick Eagland

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Past articles by Nick:

COVID-19: Employee tests positive at Coquitlam McDonald's

The company is recommending that customers who visited the restaurant near Ikea on June 23 self-isolate and monitor for symptoms. → Read More

LIVE: Anti-racism protesters gather at Vancouver's Jack Poole Plaza

Today's rally comes one day after police in New Brunswick shot and killed a 26-year-old Indigenous woman from Port Alberni → Read More

Ex-Conservative minister Stockwell Day resigns from Telus board, law firm after racism denial on CBC

The former Conservative cabinet minister was on a CBC panel where he said systemic racism isn't an issue in Canada. → Read More

COVID-19: B.C. government urged to consult labour council on DTES plan

The Vancouver District and Labour Council is calling for a meeting with Shane Simpson, minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction. → Read More

COVID-19: B.C. health officials report 29 new cases, three more deaths

Dr. Bonnie Henry, the provincial health officer, says the total number of cases to date is 1,647 and the total number of deaths is 81. → Read More

COVID-19: Health officials ask B.C. residents to mark Easter at home after five more die

The health minister and provincial health officer announced 40 new cases Friday. They are urging people not to travel over the long weekend. → Read More

COVID-19: Grocery delivery delays a disaster for disabled people

Many shoppers can't get a delivery time slot for two weeks. Disabled people who can't leave their homes are suffering. → Read More

Protect your loved ones, don't travel, even within B.C., officials say

Another 55 new cases of the novel coronavirus have also been confirmed in the past 24 hours, along with six additional deaths. → Read More

IHIT investigating after police find woman dead in Squamish home

Squamish Mounties were called to do a well-being check at the home in the 40000-Block Government Road around 11:40 p.m. on Wednesday. → Read More

COVID-19: Staff member at Coquitlam care centre tests positive

The staff member at the Dufferin Care Centre is now in self-isolation. → Read More

COVID-19: Surrey to close days camps and daycares on Monday

Daycares will be closed to the public to "prioritize space for health workers, first responders and essential service workers." → Read More

COVID-19: 4/20 cannabis protest and festival cancelled

Organizers made the announcement Friday afternoon after B.C. health officials said they were banning gatherings of more than 250 people. → Read More

Survey: B.C. child-care funding benefits centres, not families, in some cities

In Richmond and Surrey, fees “rose by the amount of the provincial ‘fee reduction’,” survey finds. → Read More

Big Bar blasting resumes to ensure salmon can migrate past landslide

The DFO says blasting will be done until water levels rise from the spring freshet. In-river drilling and excavation are also underway. → Read More

Workshops help normalize death and dying in Vancouver

Community-based educator Christa Ovenell’s workshops are running at The Vancouver Learnary Society on East Hastings. → Read More

Laid-off workers at Canopy's pot greenhouses prepare for flights home

The firm is closing facilities in Delta and Aldergrove and laying off 500 workers. Many are in the federal Temporary Foreign Worker Program. → Read More

Vancouver detective used controversial facial-recognition software once

Police say detective conducted single search in child-porn investigation using Clearview AI, which is being probed by the federal privacy commissioner's office. → Read More

Former Liberal cabinet minister Rich Coleman to retire from politics

The MLA for Langley East made the announcement Saturday morning. → Read More

Husband of missing New Westminster woman Nirla Sharma released on bail

Rishi Shara has been accused of uttering threats. The couple's daughter insists he played no role in the disappearance. → Read More

Union says it's unclear how many Surrey RCMP members will switch to municipal force

The National Police Federation says members don't know how joining the municipal force would affect their wages, benefits and vacation time. → Read More