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UPDATED: Feds unveil vaccine passport for international travel

B.C. not yet on board with standardized vaccine passport

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. fall to nine-week low

Serious infections recede but another six die from the disease

Premier’s office to be exempt from scrutiny under law changes: McEvoy

Information commissioner expresses ‘deep concern’ over amendments

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations reach new five-month high

B.C.'s existing and emergency hospital beds are 80.2% occupied

B.C. to reopen sports arenas, concerts to max capacity

Patrons will need to show vaccine card for admission later this month

NDP going backward on government transparency: critics

“This government keeps saying one thing and doing another”

B.C. records 26 COVID-19 deaths in past three days

Good news is that the number of active infections has fallen below 5,000 for first time since August 13

Victoria unveils changes to information and privacy legislation

Privacy commissioner calls some changes ‘exceedingly troubling’

B.C.'s lack of whistleblowing program for publicly traded companies opens door to misconduct: lawyer

What little protection that is afforded only came into force in March 2020 and is limited, says Vancouver securities litigator