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Province plans random checks at ferry terminals for non-essential travel

Province plans random checks at ferry terminals for non-essential travel

Those who travel between health authorities for non-essential reasons will be fined, although the amount has not been disclosed.
B.C. budget lacks innovative drive, vision during uncertain times, say experts

B.C. budget lacks innovative drive, vision during uncertain times, say experts

VICTORIA — The long-term vision many were wanting from British Columbia's budget to support economic growth and stimulate innovation during and after the pandemic was lacking, say business groups and others.
Vancouver man flagging bags of dog poo to bring attention to issue (PHOTOS)

Vancouver man flagging bags of dog poo to bring attention to issue (PHOTOS)

So far only a few flags have been posted, but they've gotten a reaction online
Feds commit to corporate beneficial ownership registry

Feds commit to corporate beneficial ownership registry

Still work to do to ensure the registry is ‘enough of a dam’ against financial crime, says campaigner
Fatal shooting at the Langley Sportsplex (VIDEO)

Fatal shooting at the Langley Sportsplex (VIDEO)

IHIT is headed to the scene of a fatal shooting at a Langley sports centre on Wednesday morning.
VanOpen pro tennis tournament cancelled by COVID-19 for second straight year

VanOpen pro tennis tournament cancelled by COVID-19 for second straight year

Annual tournament at West Vancouver's Hollyburn Country Club is Western Canada's largest tennis event
Tofino resort operators face difficult decisions during pandemic

Tofino resort operators face difficult decisions during pandemic

Of all the resorts in Tofino, the Wickaninnish Inn is the only one to remain closed. 
'Pertinent' data delays new recommendations for AstraZeneca use in Canada

'Pertinent' data delays new recommendations for AstraZeneca use in Canada

Committee cancelled media briefing earlier this week to review new data, says Canada's top doctor
Who can book? Island tourism operators seek more clarity on health orders

Who can book? Island tourism operators seek more clarity on health orders

"I'm getting calls like: I'm in Parksville. I've got a booking from people in Nanaimo … is that OK?'"
Millions for addiction and mental health in B.C.'s budget for 'unprecedented need'

Millions for addiction and mental health in B.C.'s budget for 'unprecedented need'

VICTORIA — British Columbia's finance minister says the government is making the largest investment in mental health and addictions in the province's history as part of Budget 2021.