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B.C. announces new travel restrictions to curb third wave of COVID-19 | APTN News

This morning, the B.C. government announced new travel restrictions to battle the third wave of COVID-19.

With cases growing, travel is now restricted within three regions in the province. People caught traveling without a valid reason with face a $575 fine.
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COVID-19: Province to restrict non-essential travel | Vancouver Sun

Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, announcement regarding provincial travel restrictions relating to COVID-19, April 23, 2021.
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COVID-19: Dr. Henry confirms death of B.C. nurse from virus | Vancouver Sun

Dr. Bonnie Henry gives her regular coronavirus update on April 26, 2021.

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Some in B.C.’s tourism industry frustrated with looming new travel rules

Some in B.C.’s tourism industry are frustrated with looming new travel rules. Operators will be required to refuse and cancel bookings from guests outside their region. Some say the plan puts the financial burden entirely on them.
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New B.C. travel rules a 'logistical nightmare': expert

Confusion continues to swirl around the new COVID-19 travel restrictions announced by the British Columbia government on Monday.

Vancouver Coastal, Fraser Health to be considered one region for B.C. travel restrictions

People travelling within the Lower Mainland will not be subject to checks on travel when restrictions come in later this week.

B.C. restricts non-essential travel between 3 provincial health zones

The B.C. government is restricting non-essential travel between three regional zones within the province, effective immediately, to try to stem the spread of COVID-19.

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B.C. empowers police to restrict travel

Police in B.C. will soon be able to stop and question drivers as one of several new measures in place to restrict non-essential travel.

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B.C. not ready to introduce inter-provincial travel rules | Vancouver Sun

B.C. Premier John Horgan holds his weekly media availability on Jan. 27, 2021.
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WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for April 23 — New travel rules & flights banned

Watch CBC Vancouver News at 6 with host Mike Killeen for the latest on the most important news stories happening across B.C. He’s joined by meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe who brings you the most up to date weather forecasts.

The pandemic is affecting my travel plan/ Van life in BC new covid restrictions

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Cancellations abound on Vancouver Island as new travel restrictions take effect

Provincial travel restrictions limiting people to travelling within certain health authority regions have resulted in plenty of cancellations at hotels and other accommodations on Vancouver Island. One Quadra Island resort has seen about 80 cancellations through the May long weekend but remains positive about a strong summer tourism season. CHEK's Dean Stoltz has more.

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The divisive fight over Vancouver Island’s old-growth trees

A fight to protect old-growth trees from logging on Vancouver Island has some activists risking arrest by defying a court order to leave several protest camps. The Fairy Creek dispute has also pitted members of a local First Nation against its leadership.

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B.C.'s restaurant restrictions spell the end for a decades-old Surrey diner

From its leather bar stools and checkered walls to the bright neon cowboy galloping over the front door, Surrey's Round Up Cafe has long connected B.C.'s fastest-growing community to its humble roots.

But with restrictions on indoor dining expected to continue into May, the owners have decided to close the restaurant.

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COVID information session held for B.C.’s South Asian community

A special COVID information session was held Tuesday. B.C.’s provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry addressed the South Asian Community and media. Ashley Burr reports.

COVID-19: Health officials outline worker safety protections | Vancouver Sun

Dr. Bonnie Henry gives her regular coronavirus update on April 26, 2021.
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COVID-19: At-home deaths from virus closely monitored in B.C., Dr. Henry says | Vancouver Sun

Dr. Bonnie Henry gives her regular coronavirus update on April 26, 2021.
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B.C. health-care workers share heartache as hospitalizations increase

COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU admissions are increasing in B.C. as health care workers warn of burnout and tell of their heartache over the deaths of patients.

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COVID-19: Pregnant women encouraged to get immunized when called upon | Vancouver Sun

Dr. Bonnie Henry gives her regular coronavirus update on April 26, 2021.
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