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B.C. launching $500M investment fund for sustainable economic development

B.C. launching $500M investment fund for sustainable economic development

Horgan says InBC is the province’s first major attempt to address the future of B.C.’s economy post COVID-19
B.C.'s $500-million investment fund to help small, medium-sized businesses

B.C.'s $500-million investment fund to help small, medium-sized businesses

VICTORIA — British Columbia has introduced legislation to convert an investment initiative into a Crown corporation with the authority to make independent decisions aimed at spurring economic recovery after the pandemic.
BCLC lawyer passes on Christy Clark at money laundering inquiry, grills David Eby

BCLC lawyer passes on Christy Clark at money laundering inquiry, grills David Eby

Attorney General maintains former government failed to address money laundering in B.C. casinos.
Dual citizen fined $3,500 upon return to Canada for not having negative COVID-19 test

Dual citizen fined $3,500 upon return to Canada for not having negative COVID-19 test

"We are running low and there are no vaccines here, so I thought I was helping everybody, the public good, in getting vaccinated."
Travel restrictions cause flood of tourism cancellations

Travel restrictions cause flood of tourism cancellations

"When it's safe to reopen again, we hope we'll see those folks rebook their trips."
'He is alive out there': Mother of missing Manning Park hiker never giving up

'He is alive out there': Mother of missing Manning Park hiker never giving up

Jordan Naterer was last seen in Manning Park on Oct. 10, 2020.
B.C. reports 17 deaths and nearly 2,500 new cases of COVID-19 over three days

B.C. reports 17 deaths and nearly 2,500 new cases of COVID-19 over three days

VICTORIA — British Columbia has confirmed that COVID-19 was a factor in the death of an infant from the Interior Health region, the province's top doctor says.
B.C. attorney general tells inquiry about money laundering gaps between B.C. groups

B.C. attorney general tells inquiry about money laundering gaps between B.C. groups

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's attorney general says he left high-level meetings about money laundering confused about the extent of the problem at provincial casinos, but convinced something needed to be done.
B.C. business relief grant boosted to $125 million, extended to hotels, motels

B.C. business relief grant boosted to $125 million, extended to hotels, motels

In total, almost 20,000 businesses can apply for relief through the grant.
COVID-19 Vaccine Update: B.C. considers J&J vaccine for hard-to-track population

COVID-19 Vaccine Update: B.C. considers J&J vaccine for hard-to-track population

First Johnson & Johnson doses set to arrive in B.C. next week