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Protective equipment supply 'wicked problem,' says B.C. health officer

VICTORIA — British Columbia has cleared hospital space for almost 4,000 possible COVID-19 patients, but potential shortages of personal protective equipment for health workers has become "our wicked problem," provincial health officer Dr.
B.C. construction should brace for shutdown: industry leaders

B.C. construction should brace for shutdown: industry leaders

B.C. offers $500 monthly rental rebate, moratorium on evictions, rent freeze

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government will offer financial relief to renters and landlords to ensure people have safe homes during the novel coronavirus pandemic, Premier John Horgan said Wednesday.
B.C. hockey player is first to receive exceptional status in WHL

B.C. hockey player is first to receive exceptional status in WHL

Isolating Site C workers will not be moved into Fort St. John, BC Hydro says

Isolating Site C workers will not be moved into Fort St. John, BC Hydro says

B.C. Cannabis retailers hopeful they will be deemed essential and stay open

B.C. Cannabis retailers hopeful they will be deemed essential and stay open

COVID-19 will not be how the cookie crumbles for B.C.'s Girl Guides

VANCOUVER — The motto of Canada's Girl Guides is "Be Prepared," so it's understandable that they aren't letting COVID-19 derail their annual springtime cookie sale.

B.C. makes hospital preparations for influx of COVID-19 patients

VICTORIA — Nearly 3,900 empty beds are available in hospitals around British Columbia in preparation for a possible influx of patients sickened with COVID-19, the health minister says.
Avalanche Canada cuts warnings service one month early due to COVID-19

Avalanche Canada cuts warnings service one month early due to COVID-19

VANCOUVER — Avalanche Canada says it is shutting down its warning service because of restrictions related to the spread of COVID-19.
Avalanche Canada's forecasting ends early due to COVID-19

Avalanche Canada's forecasting ends early due to COVID-19