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What to expect from the Canadian government’s fiscal update

What to expect from the Canadian government’s fiscal update

Despite better-than-expected economic conditions, Canadians may be facing sticker shock when Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland delivers a fiscal update to the House of Commons Monday (November 30).
COVID-19 rapid test study launches at Vancouver airport for departing passengers

COVID-19 rapid test study launches at Vancouver airport for departing passengers

RICHMOND, B.C. — A study has launched to investigate the safest and most efficient way to rapidly test for COVID-19 in people taking off from the Vancouver airport.
Air Canada partners with Shoppers Drug Mart to offer pre-travel COVID-19 tests

Air Canada partners with Shoppers Drug Mart to offer pre-travel COVID-19 tests

This test will be available for customers flying to any destination requiring a negative COVID-19 test
It's unclear how staff can tell if a person is exempt from COVID-19 mask rule

It's unclear how staff can tell if a person is exempt from COVID-19 mask rule

It remains unclear how store employees are supposed to discern between those who have a legitimate health exemption from B.C.'s new indoor mask mandate and those who refuse to follow the new rules in protest.
B.C. man accused of killing hamsters faces trial in August 2021

B.C. man accused of killing hamsters faces trial in August 2021

The man accused of torturing and killing hamsters in Kelowna will face trial next summer. Leighton Labute, 21, was arrested last May after videos of a person torturing and killing three hamsters were uploaded the Reddit.
These impressive 17 British Columbians have been appointed to the Order of Canada

These impressive 17 British Columbians have been appointed to the Order of Canada

The Order recognizes Canadians from all sectors of society for their outstanding achievements, dedication to their communities and service to the nation.
Premier John Horgan wants to appeal to rural British Columbians

Premier John Horgan wants to appeal to rural British Columbians

With the majority of the BC NDP's seats in the Legislature coming from the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island, Premier John Horgan says he'd like to reach out to more rural British Columbians over the next four years.
Another five B.C. flights identified for potential COVID-19 exposure

Another five B.C. flights identified for potential COVID-19 exposure

Thursday's additions to the list were announced just hours after provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry reported 887 new cases of the virus
Rate increase of 4.36 per cent approved for FortisBC electricity customers

Rate increase of 4.36 per cent approved for FortisBC electricity customers

FortisBC has received interim approval from the BCUC for a 4.36 per cent increase to its general electricity rates in 2021.
Selina Robinson to serve as B.C.'s next finance minister

Selina Robinson to serve as B.C.'s next finance minister

Selina Robinson will serve as B.C.'s next finance minister as the province battles a strengthening second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic that brings new costs and restrictions to B.C. "These are extraordinarily difficult times for all of us.