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Here's everything you need to know about travel in B.C. this year

Here's everything you need to know about travel in B.C. this year

The province has laid out a four-step plan to get 'back to normal'
Woman hurt in attack by three wolf dogs on Vancouver Island property

Woman hurt in attack by three wolf dogs on Vancouver Island property

NANAIMO, B.C. — A 69-year-old woman has been seriously hurt in an attack by three mixed wolf-dog animals at a rural property on southeastern Vancouver Island. RCMP say in a statement that police and the B.C.
B.C. fishing captain investigated by RCMP following vessel crash along coast

B.C. fishing captain investigated by RCMP following vessel crash along coast

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Mounties say the captain of a fishing vessel that crashed into some rocks at the mouth of the Fraser River in Richmond, B.C., appeared to be operating the ship while intoxicated.
Mount Fromme trails now open after North Van bear attack

Mount Fromme trails now open after North Van bear attack

B.C. Conservation Officers asked to deal with Mount Fromme bear
B.C. homicide team identifies man in fatal shooting, seizes suspect vehicle

B.C. homicide team identifies man in fatal shooting, seizes suspect vehicle

VANCOUVER — The homicide investigation team has identified a man killed in a shooting in Coquitlam, B.C. Police say 42-year-old Aali Hussain is known to them, but they don't know yet if the man's death is related to the ongoing gang conflict.
B.C. officials change restrictions on personal and organized gatherings

B.C. officials change restrictions on personal and organized gatherings

A maximum of five visitors or one household is now allowed for indoor personal gatherings
Here are which restrictions have lifted and what's allowed now in B.C. under new restart plan

Here are which restrictions have lifted and what's allowed now in B.C. under new restart plan

What can British Columbians resume doing and enjoying once again in this portion of the restart plan?
Indoor dining officially back on the table for B.C. restaurants under COVID-19 'restart plan'

Indoor dining officially back on the table for B.C. restaurants under COVID-19 'restart plan'

The province's just-revealed restart plan addresses the last phases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Small outdoor events, faith-based gatherings can resume in B.C.

Small outdoor events, faith-based gatherings can resume in B.C.

Travel remains restricted as province begins Step 1 of its four-step restart plan
B.C.-wide ban on non-essential travel extended until June 15

B.C.-wide ban on non-essential travel extended until June 15

B.C. road checks will continue under the Emergency Program Act.