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Update: 13 B.C. flights with possible COVID-19 exposure added to BCCDC list

Update: 13 B.C. flights with possible COVID-19 exposure added to BCCDC list

The BC Centre for Disease Control has added several flights with a confirmed case of COVID-19 to its list of public exposures.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Immediate financial assistance needed to save B.C. tourism sector

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Immediate financial assistance needed to save B.C. tourism sector

"What’s the impact on local jobs and employee spending when there are no vehicles with American license plates filling up at our gas stations around the province?"
Health officials warn of COVID-19 exposure on 6 more B.C. flights

Health officials warn of COVID-19 exposure on 6 more B.C. flights

Five of the flights were domestic, while one was an international flight from India
One year later: Sea to Sky Gondola manager reflects on a challenging year

One year later: Sea to Sky Gondola manager reflects on a challenging year

Squamish attraction a victim of sabotage Aug. 10, 2019; after reopening, COVID-19 hit
Tofino is hoping for the return of a rising tourism tide

Tofino is hoping for the return of a rising tourism tide

As B.C. opens up non-essential travel, top tourist towns bank on business influx
Mask-wearing loophole on flights closed by Transport Canada

Mask-wearing loophole on flights closed by Transport Canada

Prior to Friday’s updated order, passengers could say they had “breathing difficulties unrelated to COVID-19” to get out of wearing a mask
Henry slams airlines over flight manifests as COVID-19 cases climb by 146

Henry slams airlines over flight manifests as COVID-19 cases climb by 146

In a statement, Air Canada rejected the B.C. Provincial Health Officer's statements, saying Dr. Henry's office has 'refused' to get back to the airline
Visitors aren't welcome during COVID on Haida Gwaii, at Tahltan Nation

Visitors aren't welcome during COVID on Haida Gwaii, at Tahltan Nation

The notice was issued Thursday, when the public safety minister also announced the restriction of visitors to Haida Gwaii, where 20 people have tested positive for the virus
Vancouver International Airport to begin mandatory temperature screening tomorrow

Vancouver International Airport to begin mandatory temperature screening tomorrow

Canada's chief medical officer of health says the checks aren't fail-proof because some who contract the virus are asymptomatic at first or never develop any signs of COVID-19
Global passenger traffic not expected to return to pre-COVID-19 levels until 2024

Global passenger traffic not expected to return to pre-COVID-19 levels until 2024

The IATA notes that recovery in short haul travel is expected to happen faster than for long haul travel