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Family of young B.C. woman missing for nine years plead for the public's help

Family of young B.C. woman missing for nine years plead for the public's help

Maddy Scott was 20 years old and had been camping with friends when she disappeared in May 2011
Canada extends cruise ship ban to at least Oct. 31

Canada extends cruise ship ban to at least Oct. 31

Ottawa has extended the ban of cruise ships from entering Canadian waters until at least Oct. 31, the federal government announced Friday.
Trudeau considering U.S. border-closure exceptions for families split between countries

Trudeau considering U.S. border-closure exceptions for families split between countries

Ottawa is looking at exceptions for families split by the current U.S.-Canada border travel ban, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.
Travel within B.C. won't get official go-ahead until at least mid-June

Travel within B.C. won't get official go-ahead until at least mid-June

Dr. Bonnie Henry is still recommending people limit their non-essential travel within British Columbia at this time
B.C. health officials say quick steps taken to help protect care homes

B.C. health officials say quick steps taken to help protect care homes

VICTORIA — The deaths of two more COVID-19 patients at long-term care homes in B.C. were mourned by provincial health officials Thursday, but they said lives may have been saved by the province's quick response to the pandemic.
ICBC reinstates all knowledge tests across B.C. by appointment

ICBC reinstates all knowledge tests across B.C. by appointment

ICBC is putting “extensive effort” into a plan to safely resume road testing.
Courtrooms being prepared for limited trial use

Courtrooms being prepared for limited trial use

Health, safety, distancing in line with guidelines part of reopening work
B.C. seniors' homes continue to be focal point for COVID-19

B.C. seniors' homes continue to be focal point for COVID-19

The new outbreak at Port Coquitlam's Nicola Lodge is one of 16 in healthcare facilities provincewide
Early detection COVID-19 scanner regions in B.C. revealed

Early detection COVID-19 scanner regions in B.C. revealed

The technology has become very useful for picking up a “twinkling” on the surface of COVID-19 patients’ lungs that indicates pneumonia
Vancouver Island's Pacific Rim park set to reopen, but Tofino mayor would still like visitors to stay away

Vancouver Island's Pacific Rim park set to reopen, but Tofino mayor would still like visitors to stay away

"The park, of course, will be ready to welcome visitors from farther afield once the provincial health officials give the go-ahead.”