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20 more COVID-19 deaths push B.C. death toll to 2,129

20 more COVID-19 deaths push B.C. death toll to 2,129

Deaths were seen in all provincial health regions.
Opinion: A lot of B.C. workers seem ready to get fired over COVID-19 vaccinations

Opinion: A lot of B.C. workers seem ready to get fired over COVID-19 vaccinations

It is puzzling why so many people with scientific training have refused the vaccine.
COVID-19 takes 13 more B.C. lives; death toll up to 2,109

COVID-19 takes 13 more B.C. lives; death toll up to 2,109

There has not been a higher daily COVID-19 death count in B.C. since February.
Northwest Burnaby hits 90% double-vaccination rate against COVID-19

Northwest Burnaby hits 90% double-vaccination rate against COVID-19

At least 90% of residents in each Burnaby quadrant have had one dose
Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's vaccine passport for travel

Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's vaccine passport for travel

Find out everything from what information will be stored in it to how it will be checked and more. ✈️
B.C. passes 200,000 COVID-19 infections

B.C. passes 200,000 COVID-19 infections

Nearly 96.3% of all those known to be infected in B.C. are deemed recovered.
COVID-19 case, positivity rates remain steady throughout Burnaby's four quadrants

COVID-19 case, positivity rates remain steady throughout Burnaby's four quadrants

New infections also see drop in Burnaby
Vancouver restaurant's business license suspended following closure order from health authority

Vancouver restaurant's business license suspended following closure order from health authority

The suspension is in place through the end of the year
New Burnaby COVID-19 cases drop 33% during latest reporting period

New Burnaby COVID-19 cases drop 33% during latest reporting period

There were more than 150 infections recorded in each of the two weeks prior to the BC Centre for Disease Control's latest report
Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Broader subsidy programs still set to expire this week.