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Henry says B.C. is in second wave of COVID-19 pandemic

Henry says B.C. is in second wave of COVID-19 pandemic

B.C. is in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said at her daily pandemic press conference Monday.
BC NDP promises to double $143m fund to protect wild salmon

BC NDP promises to double $143m fund to protect wild salmon

Leader John Horgan said he would continue to work closely with Ottawa on managing B.C. fisheries and fish stocks
NDP's Nathan Cullen apologizes for making fun of Liberals' First Nations candidate

NDP's Nathan Cullen apologizes for making fun of Liberals' First Nations candidate

Cullen suggested that candidate Roy Jones Jr. is not well liked and that his nickname is Kinkles
NDP and Liberals trade barbs on record helping the resource sector

NDP and Liberals trade barbs on record helping the resource sector

NDP focused on Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson's role with Skeena Cellulose pulp mil
BC Conservative leader was fined in 2018 for discrimination in sexual harassment case

BC Conservative leader was fined in 2018 for discrimination in sexual harassment case

“No, I will not step down,” says Peace River North candidate Trevor Bolin says
Number of B.C. COVID-19 patients in ICU reaches highest level since April

Number of B.C. COVID-19 patients in ICU reaches highest level since April

Total rises to 26, up two overnight
Chinese Communist Party agreement with B.C. needs federal ‘cues’: Wilkinson

Chinese Communist Party agreement with B.C. needs federal ‘cues’: Wilkinson

BC Liberal Party initiated several trade missions to China between 2013 and 2017 and signed a MOU on that country’s “One Belt One Road” global trade initiative
B.C. Health officials now monitoring 3,683 people for COVID-19 infections – an all-time high

B.C. Health officials now monitoring 3,683 people for COVID-19 infections – an all-time high

The number of people being monitored for the virus after known exposure to identified cases has been steadily rising
MLA Laurie Throness resigns from BC Liberal Party over contraception controversy

MLA Laurie Throness resigns from BC Liberal Party over contraception controversy

BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson is down an incumbent candidate, following the resignation of Chilliwack-Kent MLA Laurie Throness. “Yesterday Mr.
Free contraception like selective breeding: controversial Liberal candidate Laurie Throness

Free contraception like selective breeding: controversial Liberal candidate Laurie Throness

“What Laurie Throness said was wrong,” embattled Wilkinson tweets
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