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Northern Health has no new COVID-19 test positive cases, provincial total now 2,530

Northern Health has no new COVID-19 test positive cases, provincial total now 2,530

12 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded provincially over a 48  hour period
Horgan welcomes news Ottawa will be pursuing paid sick leave

Horgan welcomes news Ottawa will be pursuing paid sick leave

B.C. Premier John Horgan is applauding news that the federal goverment is looking at offering 10 days of paid sick leave for workers.
Payments for CERB top $40 billion as feds open doors for commercial rent help

Payments for CERB top $40 billion as feds open doors for commercial rent help

Will British Columbians be able to wine-tour in the Okanagan this summer?

Will British Columbians be able to wine-tour in the Okanagan this summer?

“There may be limitations, for example on (wine) tastings and things, so that would have to be worked to make sure that it meets the criteria.”
Cash no longer king as COVID-19 rewrites purchasing behaviour, poll finds

Cash no longer king as COVID-19 rewrites purchasing behaviour, poll finds

Prince George man driving with stolen plates arrested for prohibited firearms

Prince George man driving with stolen plates arrested for prohibited firearms

Jamie Wade Fatum is facing 10 charges in total
As malls re-open across the country, worries grow that consumers won't come back

As malls re-open across the country, worries grow that consumers won't come back

CARTOON: COVID-19 "shopping spree"

CARTOON: COVID-19 "shopping spree"

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Conservation Officers rescue a moose calf in Prince George

Conservation Officers rescue a moose calf in Prince George

The calf was separated from its mother
B.C. campsite booking website crashes soon after reservations opened today

B.C. campsite booking website crashes soon after reservations opened today

Access to campsites is limited to B.C. residents for the entire 2020 season