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Naramata Inn is back, baby

Naramata Inn is back, baby

Celebrity chef Ned Bell takes over the inn and its restaurant in this small Okanagan town
Opinion: This airport was a troubling COVID-19 'gong show'

Opinion: This airport was a troubling COVID-19 'gong show'

One bad virus outbreak associated with just one flight could be a disaster for an industry trying desperately to get back on its feet.
Catching a wave in Tofino

Catching a wave in Tofino

Its remote, dramatic location, abundant natural beauty, other activities, range of accommodations and food scene have made it desirable to all kinds of visitors
B.C. residents to find international travel risky this summer

B.C. residents to find international travel risky this summer

The biggest deterrent to international travel may be that all travellers will have to quarantine, or self-isolate, for 14 days upon their return
Canadian airlines accused of ignoring COVID precautions, denying refunds

Canadian airlines accused of ignoring COVID precautions, denying refunds

Airlines said keeping middle seat empty on flights to preserve physical distancing was never a permanent solution
Feds extend COVID-19 isolation order for anyone entering Canada until Aug. 31

Feds extend COVID-19 isolation order for anyone entering Canada until Aug. 31

Failure to quarantine could lead to fines of up to $750,000 or six months in jail
Turbulence in Canadian opinion on airlines COVID-19 response: poll

Turbulence in Canadian opinion on airlines COVID-19 response: poll

72% of Canadians say they're not comfortable flying
'Queue jumpers' not welcome in B.C. as COVID-19 U.S. cases rise: B.C. premier

'Queue jumpers' not welcome in B.C. as COVID-19 U.S. cases rise: B.C. premier

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in mid-June that the federal government is looking into reports of U.S. tourists flouting measures around the border shutdown
Health officials worried about airlines’ plans to reduce physical distancing

Health officials worried about airlines’ plans to reduce physical distancing

Air Canada and WestJet announced they are ending their on-board seat distancing policies starting July 1
The forgotten jungle city

The forgotten jungle city

Blockaded by geography and under siege by disease and the COVID-19 pandemic, Iquitos pleads for help