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B.C. businesses’ COVID-19 emergency plans often unavailable to public

B.C. businesses’ COVID-19 emergency plans often unavailable to public

Plans should be “readily available,” says Dr. Bonnie Henry's May 14 order
COVID preparedness creates false sense of power outage security: BC Hydro

COVID preparedness creates false sense of power outage security: BC Hydro

Storms more frequent and severe in past few years as climate changes
Rich Coleman told in 2010 of illicit drug money in casinos: investigator

Rich Coleman told in 2010 of illicit drug money in casinos: investigator

Former Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Rich Coleman told casino investigator, ‘I know lots of people with $10,000 in their pocket’
B.C. reports record number of active COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations

B.C. reports record number of active COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations

A record 594 new COVID-19 infections have been recorded in the past 24 hours
LifeLabs personal data breach leads to multiple class action suits

LifeLabs personal data breach leads to multiple class action suits

Competing law firms want case involving 15 million Canadians
Casinos compliant despite fear of losing VIP gamblers, says lawyer

Casinos compliant despite fear of losing VIP gamblers, says lawyer

Despite security report, VIPs at River Rock Casino and Resort were not treated differently, says Great Canadian Gaming Corporation counsel
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to highest since early April

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to highest since early April

Of the 142 people suffering with COVID-19 in B.C. hospitals, 46 are in intensive care units
Pandemic mental health crisis calls up, suicides down

Pandemic mental health crisis calls up, suicides down

Canadians not accessing COVID mental health help tools
RCMP must respond to spying allegations: lawsuit

RCMP must respond to spying allegations: lawsuit

Groups say pipeline spying information passed to energy companies
One in 20 Surrey businesses have closed due to pandemic: SBOT survey

One in 20 Surrey businesses have closed due to pandemic: SBOT survey

A majority of Surrey businesses (56%) have experienced a decline in revenue of 20% or more since last year
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