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British Columbia targets workplace outbreaks, sets daily record of COVID-19 cases

British Columbia targets workplace outbreaks, sets daily record of COVID-19 cases

VANCOUVER — British Columbia launched new strategies targeting workplace outbreaks of COVID-19 and screening for its variants on Thursday as some called for more aggressive action.
Horgan faces backlash for genocide-denying adviser

Horgan faces backlash for genocide-denying adviser

While acknowledging and supporting the House of Commons vote declaring China is committing genocide against minority Muslims, the B.C. government remains committed to a trade policy tied to those same claims
Horgan faces backlash for genocide-denying adviser

Horgan faces backlash for genocide-denying adviser

While acknowledging and supporting the House of Commons vote declaring China is committing genocide against minority Muslims, the B.C. government remains committed to a trade policy tied to those same claims
Be wary with tax returns: cybersecurity expert

Be wary with tax returns: cybersecurity expert

Revenue Canada locked out taxpayers due to breaches
Be wary with tax returns: cybersecurity expert

Be wary with tax returns: cybersecurity expert

Revenue Canada locked out taxpayers due to breaches
Nearly 500k British Columbians have registered for COVID-19 vaccinations

Nearly 500k British Columbians have registered for COVID-19 vaccinations

Health minister confirms just over 80k have booked the vaccines
B.C. vaccine update: Nearly 500k British Columbians have registered for COVID-19 vaccinations

B.C. vaccine update: Nearly 500k British Columbians have registered for COVID-19 vaccinations

Health Minister Adrian Dix confirms just over 80k have booked the vaccines
New funding for B.C. businesses affected by COVID-19 rules

New funding for B.C. businesses affected by COVID-19 rules

VICTORIA — New funding will be available to businesses in British Columbia affected by the latest measures to fight the spread of COVID-19, but the economic recovery minister says those who break the health orders need not apply. The B.C.
B.C. confirms 1,293 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 108,278

B.C. confirms 1,293 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 108,278

B.C. shatters daily record of cases with 1,293 new cases detected.
B.C. launches $50m ‘circuit-breaker’ business relief grant

B.C. launches $50m ‘circuit-breaker’ business relief grant

Restaurants, other establishments who violated emergency COVID health orders not eligible