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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.
From nightclubs to cinemas: B.C. businesses offered path forward with reopening plan

From nightclubs to cinemas: B.C. businesses offered path forward with reopening plan

Province unveils four-step plan based on immunization thresholds, declining COVID-19 case counts
Cutting-edge tech at B.C. college creates ancient-bone replicas for museums around the world

Cutting-edge tech at B.C. college creates ancient-bone replicas for museums around the world

The school's latest project is to recreate missing parts of a bowhead whale for academic study and human appreciation.
Weekend downpours in southeast B.C., raise flood concerns for Fairmont Hot Springs

Weekend downpours in southeast B.C., raise flood concerns for Fairmont Hot Springs

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS, B.C. — An evacuation alert has been issued for more than 200 homes and businesses in southeastern British Columbia as a weekend downpour and the likelihood of more rain raise the potential for flooding in the Fairmont area.
B.C. set to lay out restart road map as COVID-19 cases slow, vaccinations increase

B.C. set to lay out restart road map as COVID-19 cases slow, vaccinations increase

VICTORIA — A plan to be announced today will start to get life and the economy back to normal in British Columbia with the methodical lifting of COVID-19 health restrictions.
Five more arrested in B.C. old-growth logging protest

Five more arrested in B.C. old-growth logging protest

PORT RENFREW, B.C. — Mounties say five more people have been arrested on southern Vancouver Island during protests against old-growth logging. RCMP say the arrests happened at an area called the Waterfall Camp, near Port Renfrew, B.C.
B.C. records 974 new COVID-19 cases, officials ask residents to follow restrictions

B.C. records 974 new COVID-19 cases, officials ask residents to follow restrictions

VICTORIA — Officials are continuing to urge British Columbia residents to follow COVID-19 health restrictions ahead of Tuesday's restart announcement. B.C.

Canadian landscape architecture icon Cornelia Oberlander dies at 99

VANCOUVER — Canadian landscape architecture icon Cornelia Oberlander has died at the age of 99.