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Two B.C. paper mills face longer closures because of COVID-19 pandemic

RICHMOND, B.C. — The COVID-19 pandemic is the latest calamity to hit a British Columbia-based pulp and specialty printing company, forcing it to extend shutdowns at two B.C. mills until at least mid-summer.
Federal inmate dies from COVID-19 complications at prison in Mission, B.C.

Federal inmate dies from COVID-19 complications at prison in Mission, B.C.

B.C. premier hosts free virtual concert to bring people together amid COVID-19

B.C. premier hosts free virtual concert to bring people together amid COVID-19

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan is hosting a free livestream concert Thursday that features four British Columbia musicians, including Juno and Grammy award winners. The line-up includes jazz-pop-soul artist Alex Cuba from Smithers, B.C.
Uncontrolled slash fire burning fast, prompting evacuations near Squamish: RCMP

Uncontrolled slash fire burning fast, prompting evacuations near Squamish: RCMP

SQUAMISH, B.C. — An out of control fire was threatening homes, a campground and BC Hydro infrastructure Wednesday night north of Squamish, British Columbia.
Cities need help to survive COVID-19 financial impact: Vancouver mayor

Cities need help to survive COVID-19 financial impact: Vancouver mayor

Vancouver's mayor wants to know if economic relief is on its way as cities deal with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
B.C. unemployment will soon hit 14 per cent: think tank

B.C. unemployment will soon hit 14 per cent: think tank

Horgan says B.C. data will show success in flattening the COVID-19 curve

Horgan says B.C. data will show success in flattening the COVID-19 curve

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan says people in British Columbia should congratulate themselves for their efforts to flatten the COVID-19 curve, but it's still too early to loosen restrictions. Horgan said Wednesday that B.C.
Three B.C. 'low-traffic' border crossings to reduce hours amid COVID-19

Three B.C. 'low-traffic' border crossings to reduce hours amid COVID-19

90-day suspension for B.C. man drunk driving in golf cart

90-day suspension for B.C. man drunk driving in golf cart

Three more deaths from COVID-19 in British Columbia as 27 new cases confirmed

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister is acknowledging the sacrifices being made by people with serious medical conditions and those whose surgeries have been cancelled to free up hospital resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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