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British Columbians aged 60+ invited to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments

British Columbians aged 60+ invited to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments

More than 1.4 million British Columbians have received their first vaccine dose as of Thursday.
Rock climbers banned from Grouse Mountain park for unsanctioned trail

Rock climbers banned from Grouse Mountain park for unsanctioned trail

Couple cut down trees and limbs, scraped lichen off rocks
B.C. officials to announce travel restrictions today to limit COVID-19 spread

B.C. officials to announce travel restrictions today to limit COVID-19 spread

VICTORIA — British Columbia's solicitor general is to announce provincial travel restrictions today to help limit the spread of COVID-19. Mike Farnworth is expected to give details of what the government views as essential travel while B.C.
COVID-19 exposure warning issued for Burnaby barber shop

COVID-19 exposure warning issued for Burnaby barber shop

The date in question is April 15
Former minister tells inquiry money laundering on B.C. radar, but so were guns, gangs

Former minister tells inquiry money laundering on B.C. radar, but so were guns, gangs

VANCOUVER — Reports of money laundering at British Columbia casinos had the attention of the government a decade ago, says the interim leader of the Liberal party who was then the minister in charge of gaming.
B.C. cancels scheduled surgeries in nine hospitals as COVID patient count jumps

B.C. cancels scheduled surgeries in nine hospitals as COVID patient count jumps

VICTORIA — Hundreds of scheduled surgeries in British Columbia have been postponed as the number of COVID-19 patients in hospitals reaches a new peak.
BC Liberals delayed ‘costly’ money laundering task force, inquiry hears

BC Liberals delayed ‘costly’ money laundering task force, inquiry hears

Key government officials also say they learned about money laundering in casinos from media reports, and not gambling officials and regulators
Ocean Wise helping Canadian restaurants fight plastic waste (VIDEO)

Ocean Wise helping Canadian restaurants fight plastic waste (VIDEO)

Over 11 million tons of plastic ends up in oceans annually. 🌎
Vaccine update: B.C. ‘working on’ plan for second doses amid AstraZeneca shortage

Vaccine update: B.C. ‘working on’ plan for second doses amid AstraZeneca shortage

B.C. will run out of its AstraZeneca supply in the coming week, says health minister
Dr. Bonnie Henry addresses 'double mutant' COVID-19 variant now in B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry addresses 'double mutant' COVID-19 variant now in B.C.

The "double mutant" variant was first identified in India.