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B.C. bracing for a cold week as Arctic air moves south: Environment Canada

B.C. bracing for a cold week as Arctic air moves south: Environment Canada

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada is warning of extreme cold across swaths of northern B.C., while more snow is expected in the southern Interior as Arctic air moves through the province.

Environment Canada posts snowfall warnings for highways around Hope, B.C.

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for two mountain passes in B.C.'s southern Interior, while extreme cold warnings are also in effect for several northern regions of the province.
B.C. casinos rarely turned down suspicious transactions, officials say

B.C. casinos rarely turned down suspicious transactions, officials say

Measures to prevent money laundering by gamblers were ignored or indifferently enforced, commission hears.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. drop to 11-week low

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. drop to 11-week low

Six more people have died from COVID-19, raising B.C.'s death toll from the pandemic to 1,246.
Here are all the prohibited weapons people tried to sneak into B.C. last year

Here are all the prohibited weapons people tried to sneak into B.C. last year

The Canada Border Services Agency seized 31,276 prohibited weapons in B.C. last year
Employment data shows B.C. resilient, says minister, but Liberals unimpressed

Employment data shows B.C. resilient, says minister, but Liberals unimpressed

VICTORIA — British Columbia's jobs minister says the latest employment numbers from Statistics Canada show the provincial economy remains resilient. The unemployment rate in B.C. last month was eight per cent, up from 7.2 per cent in December.
Racism in B.C.'s health care Is taking a terrible toll on Indigenous people, report finds

Racism in B.C.'s health care Is taking a terrible toll on Indigenous people, report finds

B.C. extends restrictions on gatherings and events

B.C. extends restrictions on gatherings and events

Orders may be revisited if data shows a reduction in the spread of the COVID-19 virus
Better ‘surveillance age’ response needed from governments: privacy commissioner

Better ‘surveillance age’ response needed from governments: privacy commissioner

“The potential for misuse is enormous,” Michael McEvoy says of apps
B.C. employment growth flattens in January as province adds 2,800 jobs

B.C. employment growth flattens in January as province adds 2,800 jobs

Unemployment rate grows to 8%