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B.C. labour minister concerned over recent workplace deaths

B.C. labour minister concerned over recent workplace deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia's labour minister says he has contacted the head of the province's workplace safety agency after six workers died on the job in the past four weeks.
Romania OKs holding Easter celebrations despite virus surge

Romania OKs holding Easter celebrations despite virus surge

BUCHAREST, Romania — Romanian authorities announced Thursday that Easter celebrations in the deeply Christian country will go ahead in person this year, even though Romania is battling a surge of COVID-19 infections that is threatening to overwhelm i
Over half of Canada's 'hardest hit' businesses will not survive until the end of 2021

Over half of Canada's 'hardest hit' businesses will not survive until the end of 2021

A survey finds that the hardest-hit Canadian businesses will not survive if the CEWS and the CERS programs are not extended.
COVID-19 variants causing more severe infections among younger people in B.C.: Bonnie Henry

COVID-19 variants causing more severe infections among younger people in B.C.: Bonnie Henry

Health officials detected 800 new COVID-19 infections in the past day – the most since December 2
Long-term care residents allowed more than one visitor in B.C. as of April 1

Long-term care residents allowed more than one visitor in B.C. as of April 1

VICTORIA — Long-term care residents in British Columbia will soon be allowed more than one visitor and to give their loved ones a hug after more than a year of tough restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. Provincial health officer Dr.
B.C. confirms 800 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 94,769

B.C. confirms 800 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 94,769

There have been 191 new confirmed COVID-19 cases that are variants of concern in B.C.
This is where Metro Vancouver's empty beer kegs are sitting (VIDEO)

This is where Metro Vancouver's empty beer kegs are sitting (VIDEO)

These are some thirsty kegs! 🍻
Website-blocking case could have far-reaching effects on freedom of expression: BCCLA

Website-blocking case could have far-reaching effects on freedom of expression: BCCLA

Federal court of appeal urged to tread cautiously on constitutional rights
Website-blocking case could have far-reaching effects on freedom of expression: BCCLA

Website-blocking case could have far-reaching effects on freedom of expression: BCCLA

Federal court of appeal urged to tread cautiously on constitutional rights
B.C. forest communities getting help to cope with COVID-19 pandemic: province

B.C. forest communities getting help to cope with COVID-19 pandemic: province

VICTORIA — Forests Minister Katrine Conroy says communities that depend on forestry and have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic are taking on more than 180 local projects to help cope with the economic fallout.