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ICBC pandemic response measures expire August 20

120,000 drivers cancelled insurance policies as of April

Daily health checks will be required for all B.C. students in September

Any students or staff members showing COVID-19-like symptoms will be required to stay home

B.C. continues upward climb of COVID-19 cases

Province also reports no new deaths for the sixth day in a row

Next step in Canada-China relations divides experts

Top Canadian observers can’t agree on definition of ‘rebooting’ countries’ trade talks

Fraser Health reports new COVID-positive case at Burnaby care facility

Another seniors home facility in the Fraser Health Region has been impacted by COVID-19, officials said this afternoon. Fraser Health officials confirmed that a staff member at the Derby Manor...

Technology reshaping the field of sports fandom

Twitter Canada reports uptick in activity as pro sports resume play in North America

City’s blank-cheque COVID recovery plan in serious need of reality check

The City of Vancouver has a strategy for the community’s COVID-19 recovery. Good news: Ottawa and Victoria can take care of us, we will keep on keeping on. The city’s Report of the Council COVID...

Trump's aluminum tariff announcement draws criticism across sectors, borders

U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to unilateral reimpose a 10% tariff on Canadian aluminum exports has spurred a wide array of outcry and criticism from across sectors, political allegiances and...

Probe of Vancouver officers’ alleged racist comments hits roadblock

Police Complaint Commissioner cites lack of co-operation from consultant who made allegations

Officials: Canadian aluminum exports to U.S. have not surged after tariff exemption

There has been no surge of Canadian aluminum exports into the U.S. markets this year despite U.S. President Donald Trump claiming otherwise, industry officials from both sides of the border said...

Canada readying $3.6 billion in countermeasures to Trump aluminum tariffs

Canada plans to retaliate against Washington’s decision to reimpose a 10% aluminum tariff on Canadian exports with $3.6 billion in countermeasures, deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland said this...

B.C. adds 70,200 jobs in July as retail, food services make gains

What happened: Job numbers surge on West Coast, unemployment falls in July Why it matters: Gains come as B.C. retail and tourism-related sectors thaw following spring lockdown  B.C. added 70,200...