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Vancouver International Airport gears up for changes as Canada closes borders

Vancouver International Airport gears up for changes as Canada closes borders

Severe reduction in people entering Canada is expected
Health officials, police warn of scams exploiting COVID-19 fears

Health officials, police warn of scams exploiting COVID-19 fears

WINNIPEG — Health officials and police are warning people about an email scam taking advantage of people worried about COVID-19 to steal money or sensitive information.
COVID-19: Three new coronavirus deaths in B.C.

COVID-19: Three new coronavirus deaths in B.C.

Province restricts public gatherings to less than 50 people as case total tops 100
B.C. food industry ready for COVID-19 marketplace

B.C. food industry ready for COVID-19 marketplace

Restaurateurs, grocers draft virus-survival strategies
Squamish resident self-identifies as having COVID-19

Squamish resident self-identifies as having COVID-19

District of Squamish acknowledges self-identified case; District continues to be in contact with and will follow the Ministry of Health advice
VSO offers virtual BeethovenFest finale in response to COVID-19

VSO offers virtual BeethovenFest finale in response to COVID-19

Tune in the the livestream at 2 p.m. this afternoon (Sunday, March 15) for Beethoven's Sixth Symphony live from the Orpheum Theatre
COVID-19 compensation: What B.C. workers and employers need to know

COVID-19 compensation: What B.C. workers and employers need to know

Workers urged to look into employer's policies on sick leave
Wind warning for Squamish continues

Wind warning for Squamish continues

Strong gusts expected Friday and Saturday
More cases reported as COVID-19 sweeps through Canada

More cases reported as COVID-19 sweeps through Canada

Ontario reported 22 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday as the global pandemic continued to sweep through the country.
As COVID-19 cases rise in B.C., health officer reassures public

As COVID-19 cases rise in B.C., health officer reassures public

'We're not talking about shutting down society here,' Henry says