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B.C. confirms 25 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 1291

B.C. confirms 25 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 1291

There have been 4 new deaths.
Corridor communities unite in asking visitors to stay away

Corridor communities unite in asking visitors to stay away

Those who don't follow bylaw direction can be fined $500
VIDEO: Family 'Legofies' Trudeau's message to kids in animated short

VIDEO: Family 'Legofies' Trudeau's message to kids in animated short

The short video was produced in the family's basement out of their vast collection of Lego. They hope the message reaches kids from coast to coast.
Alarm raised over travellers who aren’t self-isolating

Alarm raised over travellers who aren’t self-isolating

Residents returning from abroad are considered at higher risk of having contracted the virus
Calls grow for further measures to relieve rent and mortgage pressure

Calls grow for further measures to relieve rent and mortgage pressure

Landlord B.C. is open to collaborating with tenant advocates to lobby government to bring in more programs for renters
Video games and other online diversions

Video games and other online diversions

With COVID-19 keeping people at home, it’s a great time to explore gaming
OPINION: No boundaries with COVID-19, says Dr. Bonnie Henry

OPINION: No boundaries with COVID-19, says Dr. Bonnie Henry

The risk is everywhere so every British Columbian has a part to play to flatten the curve
New COVID-19 cases appear to be slowing

New COVID-19 cases appear to be slowing

Health Minister urges people of faith not to celebrate upcoming religious holidays in large gatherings
OPINION: Here are answers to some of your most frequently asked COVID-19 questions

OPINION: Here are answers to some of your most frequently asked COVID-19 questions

Why aren't more being tested? Should I wear a mask? Dr. Bonnie Henry has the answers
Sea to Sky MP will donate raise to charity

Sea to Sky MP will donate raise to charity

MP Patrick Weiler will give the money to organizations responding to COVID-19