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B.C.'s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases dips to low not seen since April 1

B.C.'s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases dips to low not seen since April 1

Tougher travel restrictions ‘on the table’ as B.C. extends state of emergency

Tougher travel restrictions ‘on the table’ as B.C. extends state of emergency

The B.C. government has once again extended its state of emergency as officials contemplate imposing tougher COVID-19 restrictions on the province.
Fast-spreading COVID-19 variant P. 1 'worrisome' for B.C.

Fast-spreading COVID-19 variant P. 1 'worrisome' for B.C.

Earlier this month, the province had 87.7% of all known P.1 cases countrywide
Grant-application process now open for B.C. businesses impacted by COVID-19 'circuit breaker'

Grant-application process now open for B.C. businesses impacted by COVID-19 'circuit breaker'

Funding could provide up to $10,000 for businesses of any size
Canada on track to accept Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine amid blood clot concerns

Canada on track to accept Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine amid blood clot concerns

Six cases of blood clots possibly linked to 6.8m doses administered.
B.C. schools will remain open in the face of COVID's third wave

B.C. schools will remain open in the face of COVID's third wave

On the heels of news that Ontario is shutting down in-class instruction, Dr. Bonnie Henry says keeping B.C.'s schools open remains a priority
B.C. to target specific neighbourhoods for COVID-19 vaccinations

B.C. to target specific neighbourhoods for COVID-19 vaccinations

Decision comes as some communities have been hit hard by surge in cases
COVID-19 claims 18 lives since Friday

COVID-19 claims 18 lives since Friday

More than 3,000 new infections since Friday
Speech from the Throne: B.C. to focus on inclusive, innovative post-pandemic recovery

Speech from the Throne: B.C. to focus on inclusive, innovative post-pandemic recovery

Government's first priority will remain managing the pandemic and ensuring British Columbians' health and safety
'A light in the pandemic', why a Coquitlam man sings O Canada nightly for a year (VIDEO)

'A light in the pandemic', why a Coquitlam man sings O Canada nightly for a year (VIDEO)

Adam Turpin usually sings with a choir, now this Coquitlam man sings alone as he tries to boost the spirits of frontline workers with a powerful rendition of O Canada