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B.C. death toll rises to 16 while more long-term care homes hit with COVID-19

VICTORIA — There have been two more deaths in British Columbia as a result of the novel coronavirus and the government says staff members at two more long-term care homes have confirmed cases of COVID-19. A statement from the B.C.

B.C. making $3 million fund available for arts groups affected by COVID-19

VICTORIA — Eligible arts organizations will receive up to $15,000 to help pay their bills during the COVID-19 pandemic. The government is setting up a $3 million fund to be administered by the BC Arts Council.

British Columbia Green party suspends leadership race over COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Green party is suspending its leadership contest because of the new coronavirus pandemic. The party says its provincial council unanimously approved the suspension.
B.C. economy to contract at least seven per cent: BCBC

B.C. economy to contract at least seven per cent: BCBC

Supreme Court rules against B.C. speeder in dangerous-driving case

Supreme Court rules against B.C. speeder in dangerous-driving case

B.C. government to release its estimates on the spread of COVID-19

B.C. government to release its estimates on the spread of COVID-19

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is expected to release its modelling information on COVID-19 today. Health Minister Adrian Dix says the report will be an indicator of how many people may become infected with the virus.

B.C.'s 45,000 teachers reach tentative agreement

VANCOUVER — A tentative agreement has been reached with British Columbia's 45,000 public school teachers.
BC Liquor Stores to close on Sundays due to COVID-19

BC Liquor Stores to close on Sundays due to COVID-19

Key developments in British Columbia's COVID-19 response

VANCOUVER — A look at some of the key developments in British Columbia's fight against COVID-19 on Thursday: — The provincial government invoked extraordinary emergency powers to protect consumers from profiteers and to maintain the steady supply of
Northern B.C. pipeline project shrinks 66 per cent of its workforce

Northern B.C. pipeline project shrinks 66 per cent of its workforce

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