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ICBC insurance renewals to move online in 2022

ICBC insurance renewals to move online in 2022

British Columbians will be able to renew personal insurance and get some temporary operation permits when the online system launches
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority coping well through 2020’s challenges, CEO says

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority coping well through 2020’s challenges, CEO says

The pandemic has caused the B.C. and the world to examine supply chain issues, challenges and changes
Dr. Bonnie Henry warns to stay vigilant as B.C. reports highest COVID death toll

Dr. Bonnie Henry warns to stay vigilant as B.C. reports highest COVID death toll

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer is urging people to be patient and keep taking precautions to prevent transmission of COVID-19 as the province recorded its highest death toll in a single "tragic" day. Dr.
Nurses deal with COVID ‘terror’ as stress, burnout, suicidal thinking rise

Nurses deal with COVID ‘terror’ as stress, burnout, suicidal thinking rise

Frontline workers fear infection, lack proper protection, give planning failing grades: survey
B.C. sets record with 28 COVID-19 deaths in 24-hour period

B.C. sets record with 28 COVID-19 deaths in 24-hour period

New infections continue to rack up, with 723 new cases overnight
Port coping well through 2020’s challenges, Silvester says

Port coping well through 2020’s challenges, Silvester says

Roberts Banks container terminal approval hoped for in 2021 second half
Money-laundering inquiry frustrated by federal government agencies: Commissioner

Money-laundering inquiry frustrated by federal government agencies: Commissioner

Federal documents so heavily redacted they are useless; submitted information simply copied from public websites; denied interviews; and discrepancies in documentation are among some of the chief concerns expressed by Justice Austin Cullen in an interim report
Canada Post warns of long lines at postal offices ahead of holidays

Canada Post warns of long lines at postal offices ahead of holidays

More workers have been hired to help meet holiday parcel demand
Mandatory vaccination unlikely for workplaces; focus will be on education

Mandatory vaccination unlikely for workplaces; focus will be on education

With the approval of a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada, employers could soon be navigating a tricky situation if staff choose not to be immunized. The first doses of the newly approved Pfizer vaccine in B.C.
Long-term care workers to get priority vaccination in B.C. to protect elderly: doctor

Long-term care workers to get priority vaccination in B.C. to protect elderly: doctor

VICTORIA — Health-care workers in long-term care facilities and intensive care units will be the first to get vaccinated in British Columbia as an immunization program to beat COVID-19 gets underway next week, the province's top doctor says. Dr.