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Global BC sports anchor wins lotto home draw, live on Global BC

Global BC sports anchor Barry Deley wins the two million dollar BC Children's Hospital Dream lotto draw. Watch the whole thing unfold live on Global BC.

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Squire in the 80's

Sports anchor Squire Barnes was captured on camera years before he came to work at Global BC.
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Grand Prize Draw – BC Children's Hospital Lottery (on Global BC)

Erin Cebula hosts our Grand Prize Draw for the 2017 BC Children's Hospital Choices Lottery, LIVE at Global BC's studios in Burnaby.

A special thank to Global and the Noon News Hour team, and a huge thanks to everyone who purchased tickets and supported BC Children's in 2017!

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Grand Prize Draw: 2018 BC Children's Hospital Choices Lottery (Global BC)

Did you miss the Grand Prize Draw? Re-watch the big moment here – LIVE from Global BC's studios in Burnaby, we drew the Grand Prize winner for this year's BC Children's Hospital Choices Lottery!

Someone's going to win their dream home – or $2.2 million CASH.

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BCCH Choices 2012 | Erin Cebula and Barry Deley

bcchildren.com | Erin Cebula interviews BC Children Hospital Dream Lottery 2011 winner Barry Deley about winning the grand prize, his experience, and the effect BC Children's Hospital has had on him and his family.

Global BC house band plays 'Get Back'

The Global BC band 'The Amazing Together's' pay tribute to the Fab Four with their rendition of 'Get Back'. For more information please go to

COVID-19: BC ‘not quite there’ on easing restrictions, reports 395 cases, 10 deaths | FULL

New COVID-19 cases in British Columbia dipped below 400 for the first time in more than a week on Thursday, but health officials suggested it will still be sometime before the province eases restrictions.

At a live briefing, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry reported 395 cases, along with 10 additional deaths.

She also said the province’s ‘R-value,’ which expresses how many people someone with COVID-19 infects on average, had climbed worryingly over one.

“What this tells us is that every person on average who’s infected is spreading to more than one other person — this is something we need to watch and be careful,” Henry said.

The development opened the door to potential for “rapid growth if we’re not careful,” she added.

Both the seven-day rolling average of new cases and the percentage of tests coming back positive have also climbed in recent weeks, Henry said.

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Grand Prize Draw – LIVE on Global BC

Erin Cebula hosts our Grand Prize Draw LIVE on Global BC.

Congratulations to this year's BC Children's Hospital Dream Lottery Grand Prize winner – D. Serediuk of Surrey, BC!

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See Woman's Reaction As She Learns She Won $2 Million Lottery Jackpot

One New Jersey woman had a priceless reaction to winning $2 million in the state Powerball lotto. Jessica Macarone, a bankruptcy lawyer who works in Newark, New Jersey, when to check on her ticket when she discovered she was a millionaire. Her jaw dropped and a local TV crew happened to be there to catch her reaction as she repeated: are you kidding!? She told FiOS1 News the money came in handy because the last year has been rough on her.

Home Lottery WINNER walks through MULTI MILLION dollar prize

This is the moment Ryan, who lost his job last week, walked into his brand new home that he won in the Royal Melbourne Hospital Home Lottery.

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$60-million dollar Lotto Max win captured on video

CTV's Annie Bergeron-Oliver on new surveillance footage from the gas station that shows the moment 5 Ottawa friends won the Lotto Max.

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Powerball Winners: Arizona Winner Caught on Tape? Surveillance Video Shows Excited Customer

An Arizona man was seen on convenience stores' surveillance cameras very happy about something.

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Coronavirus: BC announces 1,158 new cases, 21 deaths over 3 days as infection rate drops | FULL

B.C.’s COVID-19 infection rate continued to drop over the weekend, a welcome sign amid a pandemic that has now killed over 1,200 people in the province.

Health officials on Monday announced a total of 1,158 new cases from the past three days: 408 on Saturday, 473 on Sunday, and 277 on Monday — the lowest single-day case count since late October.

Twenty-one more people have also died since Friday, bringing the province’s death toll to 1,210.

Hospitalizations continued to fall by another three people to 289, the fewest since Nov. 24. Of those, 79 were in intensive care, an increase of five over the weekend.

Nearly 90 per cent of B.C.’s 67,937 cases to date are now considered recovered. More than 4,100 active cases remain, while 7,240 people were self-isolating after possible exposures.

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Halloween 2019: News anchors in tears as meteorologist shows up in mystical unicorn costume

'What are those shorts?' Global Calgary meteorologist Jordan Witzel showed up dressed as a mystical unicorn named Ferdinand for Halloween 2019, and no one on set could stop laughing as he tried to report the weather in his magical ensemble.

Witzel said he pieced the costume together with items he purchased from different costume shops across the city.

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Global BC's pet segment goes haywire

'Ginger' from the SPCA gets a little too excited on the set with Noon News Hour anchor Randene Neill. For the FULL NEWS BLOOPER, go to:
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Coronavirus: BC reports 11 deaths and 911 new COVID-19 cases, number in hospital tops 300 | FULL

British Columbia reported a record 911 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, along with 11 additional deaths. It brings the provincial death toll to 395.

The number of people fighting COVID-19 in hospital topped 300 for the first time, climbing to 301. Another 69 people were in critical or intensive care.

Once again, the majority of the cases were in the Fraser Health region (649) and the Vancouver Coastal Health region (153). Forty-seven cases were in the Interior Health region, 35 were in the Northern Health region and 27 were on Vancouver Island.

There were 10,430 people isolating due to possible exposure to the virus. BC has reported a total of 30,884 cases.

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Coronavirus: BC reports 445 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 deaths, new variant detected | FULL

British Columbia health officials reported 445 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 additional deaths in their final update of the week.

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said B.C. had also detected the first case of a new variant of the virus, dubbed B1.525 and associated with travel to Nigeria.

“We aren’t entirely clear yet whether this variant also has increased transmissibility or causes more severe illness, but our lab team is working with their counterparts in Canada and internationally to get a better understanding,” Henry said.

The update left the province with 4,347 active cases of the virus, Henry said. An additional 7,035 people were isolating due to potential exposure.

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Coronavirus: BC surpasses 1,000 COVID-19 deaths as province adds 1,475 new cases | FULL

British Columbia’s death toll from COVID-19 has surpassed 1,000, marking the latest grim milestone for a pandemic that continues to rage across the province.

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced on Monday that 22 more people had died from the disease since Friday, bringing the total since March to 1,010.

“These of course are our grandparents, our friends, our aunts, our uncles, our sons and daughters,” Henry said. “We know that this has been a challenging time.”

The weekend also saw 1,475 new cases confirmed in B.C. — 538 on Saturday, 507 on Sunday and another 430 on Monday. Nine of those cases are epidemiologically linked, meaning they have not been confirmed by laboratory testing.

The number of active cases fell by nearly 1,000 to 5,220, Henry said. Of those, 358 were in hospital, a number unchanged from Friday. Three patients were able to leave intensive care during the weekend, bringing that number down to 72.

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Coronavirus: Ban on social gatherings, events extended in BC until further notice | FULL

The British Columbia provincial government on Friday extended the current COVID-19 health orders banning social gatherings and events in the province until further notice.

The current restrictions do not have an end date, and will allow provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry to either add additional restrictions or amend the existing ones.

The focus for Henry will shift to what is being described as ‘VVO’ – variants, vaccines, and outbreaks.
The doctor also revealed coronavirus modelling data, showing the province is starting to flatten its curve of positive COVID-19 cases.

Health Minister Adrian Dix also joined Henry for the briefing.

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Coronavirus: BC reports nearly 1,000 COVID-19 cases two days after regional restrictions order |FULL

British Columbia's provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry reported 998 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths on Monday, two days after the province unveiled new regional public health orders for Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health as cases surge in both regions.

The order banned any social gatherings with people who are not a part of one’s household, as well as banned indoor group physical activities and sports where physical-distancing cannot be maintained.

The order went into effect on Saturday and will remain in place until midnight on Nov. 23.

There are 133 people being treated in hospital for COVID-19, the highest total since April 14. Of those, 43 are in intensive care, the most since April 23.

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