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Canada to begin mandatory temperature checks for air passengers

Canada to begin mandatory temperature checks for air passengers

Canada to begin mandatory temperature checks for air passengers
B.C. enables restaurants to serve at more than 50% capacity

B.C. enables restaurants to serve at more than 50% capacity

The change was made partly because cities and the province are making it easier for restaurants to have outdoor patios
Sleeping in, showering less. BC Hydro says power use changes since pandemic

Sleeping in, showering less. BC Hydro says power use changes since pandemic

VANCOUVER — The latest report on electricity usage in British Columbia reveals the COVID-19 pandemic has created an atmosphere where every day feels like a Saturday.
Confederate flags still flying in this B.C. region

Confederate flags still flying in this B.C. region

The Confederate flag has been spotted flying with more frequency in the Okanagan
This petition is campaigning to make body cameras mandatory for Vancouver Police

This petition is campaigning to make body cameras mandatory for Vancouver Police

The change.org petition, titled "Make Body Cameras for Police Officers Mandatory in Vancouver, BC & Canada" has earned over 5,600 signatures. 
A B.C. school once auctioned off students during a ‘slave day’ fundraiser

A B.C. school once auctioned off students during a ‘slave day’ fundraiser

“Obedient slaves carried books, wrestled, dressed in crazy costumes and committed outrageous stunts to please their masters and the crowd.”
B.C. marks sixth consecutive day with no new COVID-19 deaths

B.C. marks sixth consecutive day with no new COVID-19 deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia has marked six days in a row with no additional deaths due to COVID-19. Provincial health officer Dr.
B.C. enables restaurants to serve at more than 50% capacity

B.C. enables restaurants to serve at more than 50% capacity

The change was made partly because cities and the province are making it easier for restaurants to have outdoor patios
Supreme Court rules against B.C. in Hells Angels clubhouse forfeiture

Supreme Court rules against B.C. in Hells Angels clubhouse forfeiture

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office has lost a long-running court case to seize clubhouses owned by the Hells Angels in Kelowna, Nanaimo and Vancouver.
Government trying to escape game of 'catch up' on dirty money: inquiry hears

Government trying to escape game of 'catch up' on dirty money: inquiry hears

VANCOUVER — British Columbia officials say it's a challenge for government to keep up with a "smart and nimble" criminal economy that has seen money laundering flourish in the province.