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Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Special report: Restaurants, hotels, destinations and other ventures suffer severe business losses

Federal funds for new SFU centre to help Metro Vancouver cut carbon emissions

VANCOUVER — A new centre at Simon Fraser University will help cities across Metro Vancouver develop solutions on urban climate change and to reach goals for reducing carbon pollution.
Massive turbines trucked toward B.C.'s Site C dam in wide, slow convoy

Massive turbines trucked toward B.C.'s Site C dam in wide, slow convoy

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Two massive sections of turbine for the Site C hydroelectric project in British Columbia are being trucked slowly toward the dam and have reached Prince George.
British Columbians can now book Service BC appointments online

British Columbians can now book Service BC appointments online

Through Service BC, people can access programs and services offered by the B.C. government
Novice backcountry users a concern this winter

Novice backcountry users a concern this winter

Avalanche Canada, BC Search and Rescue and WorkSafeBC issue warning to inexperienced recreationalists
B.C.'s top doctor says gap between vaccine doses rooted in science

B.C.'s top doctor says gap between vaccine doses rooted in science

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says the first dose of a vaccine for COVID-19 gives "amazing" immunity, so the government's decision to allow for a 35-day gap before the second dose is administered is rooted in science. Dr.
Slow trickle of Moderna vaccine deliveries to persist in B.C. until at least end of February

Slow trickle of Moderna vaccine deliveries to persist in B.C. until at least end of February

Moderna deliveries will trail Pfizer significantly for foreseeable future

Vancouver police officer is suspended and faces drug, theft, breach of trust charges

VANCOUVER — Criminal charges related to theft, breach of trust and drugs have been laid against a Vancouver police officer. The department says Const.
Speculation tax increased long-term rentals in B.C., raised $88 million: ministry

Speculation tax increased long-term rentals in B.C., raised $88 million: ministry

VICTORIA — The Ministry of Finance says data from British Columbia's tax targeting property speculators shows it has helped increase the number of long-term rentals in the province.

Driver critically injured, pet killed in suspected impaired crash in central B.C.

VAVENBY, B.C. — Impaired driving may have played a part in a crash in central British Columbia that critically injured the driver of one SUV and killed one of several dogs riding in a second vehicle.