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B.C. sees 119 new COVID cases in last 24 hours

B.C. sees 119 new COVID cases in last 24 hours

B.C. saw 119 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of active cases in the province to 1,406, provincial health officer Bonnie Henry said in a statement. The latest numbers bring the total number of COVID cases in B.C.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. rise to 22-week high

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. rise to 22-week high

76 people are now hospitalized in B.C. across four health regions
BC leaders square off in business-focused forum

BC leaders square off in business-focused forum

BC party leaders talk taxes, economy, Liberals pledge to ax small business tax
No driving with earbuds connected to dead phone: judge

No driving with earbuds connected to dead phone: judge

Using earbuds means ‘holding’ phone while driving, appeal rejected
Liberals promise small business tax elimination

Liberals promise small business tax elimination

The cut comes on top of an already announced year-long PST holiday
NDP commits to Surrey-Langley-SkyTrain funding

NDP commits to Surrey-Langley-SkyTrain funding

NDP leader John Horgan says extension of SkyTrain to Langley part of three-year $9 billion infrastructure plan
Vancouver’s extension of temporary patio program to cost $2.1 million

Vancouver’s extension of temporary patio program to cost $2.1 million

Vancouver city council voted Wednesday to extend the city’s temporary patio program
B.C. COVID-19 infections near 10,000

B.C. COVID-19 infections near 10,000

With 115 new infections, the total number of people ever infected with COVID-19 is 9,956
Liberal leader needs to address homophobia: gay NDP candidate

Liberal leader needs to address homophobia: gay NDP candidate

Wilkinson says party embraces diversity, has gay, lesbian family members
Vancouver extends temporary patio program to Oct. 31, 2021

Vancouver extends temporary patio program to Oct. 31, 2021

The City of Vancouver has extended its free temporary expedited patio program to Oct. 31, 2021 for restaurants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said today.
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