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B.C. continues to have no active COVID-19 community outbreaks

B.C. continues to have no active COVID-19 community outbreaks

Two seniors' homes and one hospital continue to have COVID-19 healthcare-system outbreaks
Whistler Chamber of Commerce encourages businesses to weigh in on survey

Whistler Chamber of Commerce encourages businesses to weigh in on survey

'Pulse check' survey closes on Monday
B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

B.C. adds 118,100 jobs in June

The big gains come as B.C. moves into next phase of economic restart plan
Sixty-one of 681 seniors' homes in B.C. have plans in place to allow visitors

Sixty-one of 681 seniors' homes in B.C. have plans in place to allow visitors

Comparatively low numbers of COVID-19 infections in the province has prompted the government to open seniors' homes to visitors
Plan on five-day school week in fall for K-7, education minister says

Plan on five-day school week in fall for K-7, education minister says

Steering committee working on plans for September return
COVID-19 infections in B.C. exceed 3,000

COVID-19 infections in B.C. exceed 3,000

Province records 18 new cases, three deaths in past 36 hours
Bear killed after smashing through screen door of Metro Vancouver family's home

Bear killed after smashing through screen door of Metro Vancouver family's home

It was the second encounter between the bear family of three and the Port Coquitlam residents in less than a week
May backs Furstenau for leadership of B.C. Greens

May backs Furstenau for leadership of B.C. Greens

Former federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May wants to see Sonia Furstenau as the next leader of the provincial Greens. May endorsed the Cowichan Valley MLA, who is deputy leader of the B.C. Green Party, on July 7.
Almost 35,000 people pegged for removal from Canada evade border agency

Almost 35,000 people pegged for removal from Canada evade border agency

As of April 2019, there were about 50,000 people in Canada with enforceable removal orders
Morneau confirms deficit of more than $300 billion

Morneau confirms deficit of more than $300 billion

Trudeau government pressured to enact guaranteed income while racking up $343 billion deficit