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Wind warning issued by Environment Canada for Whistler

Wind warning issued by Environment Canada for Whistler

Winds could gust to 70 km/h
Victoria tourism having ‘brutal’ time; 35% occupancy for hotels

Victoria tourism having ‘brutal’ time; 35% occupancy for hotels

Though there are a few more out-of-province licence plates dotting the city and good weather has drawn people to restaurant patios and bars, Victoria’s hospitality industry continues to bleed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A sales boom for RVs; campgrounds brace for snowbird wave, even in winter

A sales boom for RVs; campgrounds brace for snowbird wave, even in winter

Campgrounds expect the rush to continue into the fall and winter if snowbirds stay in warmer provinces
YVR, WestJet team up to offer COVID-19 testing through new pilot program

YVR, WestJet team up to offer COVID-19 testing through new pilot program

Cases of COVID-19 have been detected on multiple flights into and out of B.C.
Airbnb bans parties and groups over 16 people amid public health concerns

Airbnb bans parties and groups over 16 people amid public health concerns

Accommodation provider says it will consider legal action if necessary
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