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Invasive 'murder hornets' found in Langley, B.C., prompting fears for rest of Western Canada - The Globe and Mail
  1. Invasive 'murder hornets' found in Langley, B.C., prompting fears for rest of Western Canada  The Globe and Mail
  2. So-called 'murder hornet' found, squashed by B.C
    woman
      CTV News
  3. Fears rise of 'murder hornet' spreading in western Canada after sighting  The Guardian
  4. The Giant 'Murder Hornet' Resurfaces in Washington and British Columbia  The New York Times
  5. Asian giant hornet found in British Columbia in first 2020 sighting  KING5.com
  6. View Full coverage on Google News



What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 28, 2020 - CBC.ca
What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 28, 2020
  CBC.ca



Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou loses key court battle as B.C
judge rules extradition bid should proceed - CBC.ca
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou loses key court battle as B.C
judge rules extradition bid should proceed
  CBC.ca



'No likely end in sight': B.C
extends state of emergency; will be longest in province's history - CTV News
'No likely end in sight': B.C
extends state of emergency; will be longest in province's history
  CTV News



Vancouver model for money laundering unprecedented in Canada, B.C
inquiry hears - CBC.ca
Vancouver model for money laundering unprecedented in Canada, B.C
inquiry hears
  CBC.ca



Contract to clear B.C.'s Big Bar landslide balloons to $52.5M as crews race to allow for salmon migration - CBC.ca
Contract to clear B.C.'s Big Bar landslide balloons to $52.5M as crews race to allow for salmon migration  CBC.ca


The long-term care crisis: How B.C
controlled COVID-19 while Ontario, Quebec face disaster - CBC.ca
The long-term care crisis: How B.C
controlled COVID-19 while Ontario, Quebec face disaster
  CBC.ca



Canada no more vulnerable to money laundering than other nations, B.C
inquiry hears - Global News
Canada no more vulnerable to money laundering than other nations, B.C
inquiry hears
  Global News



Murals of Canadian doctors leading COVID-19 fight removed from Vancouver building - CBC.ca
Murals of Canadian doctors leading COVID-19 fight removed from Vancouver building  CBC.ca


As B.C
stays firm, Alberta offers 'cohort quarantine,' seeks essential worker status for NHL players - CBC.ca
As B.C
stays firm, Alberta offers 'cohort quarantine,' seeks essential worker status for NHL players
  CBC.ca



Nasty notes left for drivers with Alberta licence in B.C
as COVID-19 continues - CKNW News Talk 980
Nasty notes left for drivers with Alberta licence in B.C
as COVID-19 continues
  CKNW News Talk 980



Why B.C.'s containment and recovery from COVID-19 is going smoother than Ontario's - CBC.ca
Why B.C.'s containment and recovery from COVID-19 is going smoother than Ontario's  CBC.ca


Jogger lives to tell the tale after rare run-in with predatory black bear in southeastern B.C
- CBC.ca
Jogger lives to tell the tale after rare run-in with predatory black bear in southeastern B.C.  CBC.ca


Canadian banks offer 'one-stop shopping' for money launderers, B.C
inquiry hears - CBC.ca
Canadian banks offer 'one-stop shopping' for money launderers, B.C
inquiry hears
  CBC.ca



B.C
officials won't bend health rules to let NHL play in province - CBC.ca
B.C
officials won't bend health rules to let NHL play in province
  CBC.ca



New car-sharing option coming to B.C
after 2 companies close - CTV News
New car-sharing option coming to B.C
after 2 companies close
  CTV News



The Canada Fitness Award struck fear into the hearts of many British Columbia kids - Globalnews.ca
The Canada Fitness Award struck fear into the hearts of many British Columbia kids  Globalnews.ca


Illicit-drug deaths up in B.C
and remain highest in Canada: chief coroner - Victoria News
Illicit-drug deaths up in B.C
and remain highest in Canada: chief coroner
  Victoria News



B.C
man who opted out of MSP now swamped by medical bills after cancer diagnosis - CBC.ca
B.C
man who opted out of MSP now swamped by medical bills after cancer diagnosis
  CBC.ca



Gatherings of up to 6 people to be endorsed by B.C
health officials, just in time for the long weekend - CBC.ca
Gatherings of up to 6 people to be endorsed by B.C
health officials, just in time for the long weekend
  CBC.ca



More B.C
provincial parks, national parks reopening June 1 - CBC.ca
More B.C
provincial parks, national parks reopening June 1
  CBC.ca



B.C
confirms 12 new cases and 3 more deaths from COVID-19 - CBC.ca
B.C
confirms 12 new cases and 3 more deaths from COVID-19
  CBC.ca



Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet crashes in Kamloops, B.C., killing 1, injuring another - CBC.ca
Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet crashes in Kamloops, B.C., killing 1, injuring another  CBC.ca


Canada's British Columbia the latest province to unveil restart plan - Financial Post
Canada's British Columbia the latest province to unveil restart plan  Financial Post


Pacific Empire to acquire Jean Marie project in BC - MINING.COM - MINING.com
Pacific Empire to acquire Jean Marie project in BC - MINING.COM  MINING.com


Airports in B.C.'s Interior see 'devastating' decrease in passenger traffic in April - CBC.ca
Airports in B.C.'s Interior see 'devastating' decrease in passenger traffic in April  CBC.ca


Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada on Thursday - CBC.ca
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada on Thursday  CBC.ca


What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 15, 2020 - CBC.ca
What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 15, 2020
  CBC.ca



Keep it local on long weekend, health officials say, as B.C
reports 23 new COVID-19 cases, 1 more death - CBC.ca
Keep it local on long weekend, health officials say, as B.C
reports 23 new COVID-19 cases, 1 more death
  CBC.ca



Premature victory lap? Meng Wanzhou poses ahead of momentous court decision - CBC.ca
Premature victory lap? Meng Wanzhou poses ahead of momentous court decision  CBC.ca


Tick bite leads to Langley toddler's temporary paralysis - CBC.ca
Tick bite leads to Langley toddler's temporary paralysis  CBC.ca


B.C
health officials adamant Canada-U.S
border should remain closed to visitors - CBC.ca
B.C
health officials adamant Canada-U.S
border should remain closed to visitors
  CBC.ca



B.C
invites 133 immigration candidates in new PNP draw - Canada Immigration News
B.C
invites 133 immigration candidates in new PNP draw
  Canada Immigration News



B.C
announces part-time, voluntary return to school June 1 - CBC.ca
B.C
announces part-time, voluntary return to school June 1
  CBC.ca



B.C
closes provincial campsites to non-residents this summer - CBC.ca
B.C
closes provincial campsites to non-residents this summer
  CBC.ca



B.C
teacher who told exchange students to 'go back to working on rice farms' suspended 3 days - CBC.ca
B.C
teacher who told exchange students to 'go back to working on rice farms' suspended 3 days
  CBC.ca



29 of Canada's national parks to reopen to day-use visitors June 1 - CBC.ca
29 of Canada's national parks to reopen to day-use visitors June 1  CBC.ca


Research on new cat virus discovered at B.C
SPCA published in scientific journal - CBC.ca
Research on new cat virus discovered at B.C
SPCA published in scientific journal
  CBC.ca



B.C
agriculture sector bracing for 8,000 worker shortfall this year - CBC.ca
B.C
agriculture sector bracing for 8,000 worker shortfall this year
  CBC.ca



Top doctor acknowledges B.C
faces 'anxiety-inducing' week as province transitions to Phase 2 - CBC.ca
Top doctor acknowledges B.C
faces 'anxiety-inducing' week as province transitions to Phase 2
  CBC.ca



What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 14, 2020 - CBC.ca
What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 14, 2020
  CBC.ca



Here's how B.C
schools will return to classroom learning - CBC.ca
Here's how B.C
schools will return to classroom learning
  CBC.ca



B.C
to relax COVID-19 rules later than most other provinces ? but it had fewer to begin with - CBC.ca
B.C
to relax COVID-19 rules later than most other provinces ? but it had fewer to begin with
  CBC.ca



Ontario infectious disease doctor says B.C
has 'plateaued,' urges slow, steady reopening - CBC.ca
Ontario infectious disease doctor says B.C
has 'plateaued,' urges slow, steady reopening
  CBC.ca



What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 1, 2020 - CBC.ca
What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on May 1, 2020
  CBC.ca



BC Ferries cuts daily losses to $1 million amid sinking revenue - CBC.ca
BC Ferries cuts daily losses to $1 million amid sinking revenue  CBC.ca


'Hate has no place in British Columbia,' says premier on rise in anti-Asian crimes - CBC.ca
'Hate has no place in British Columbia,' says premier on rise in anti-Asian crimes  CBC.ca


'Envy of the country': B.C.'s plans for reopening to come; state of emergency extended - CTV News
'Envy of the country': B.C.'s plans for reopening to come; state of emergency extended  CTV News


ICBC's suspension of road tests during pandemic has aspiring trucker's career stalled - CBC.ca
ICBC's suspension of road tests during pandemic has aspiring trucker's career stalled  CBC.ca


U.S
demands explanation from province over river pollution from B.C
mines - CBC.ca
U.S
demands explanation from province over river pollution from B.C
mines
  CBC.ca



B.C
lost nearly 400,000 jobs in March and April, province says - CBC.ca
B.C
lost nearly 400,000 jobs in March and April, province says
  CBC.ca



Items belonging to missing man Gavin Deloes found near Burnaby church, police say - CBC.ca
Items belonging to missing man Gavin Deloes found near Burnaby church, police say  CBC.ca


Suspect apologizes for racist taunts in Richmond, RCMP say - CBC.ca
Suspect apologizes for racist taunts in Richmond, RCMP say  CBC.ca


BC Craft Supply Co
Provides Corporate Update Canadian Stock Exchange:CRFT - GlobeNewswire
BC Craft Supply Co
Provides Corporate Update Canadian Stock Exchange:CRFT
  GlobeNewswire



2 B.C
long-term care homes get extra help to deal with COVID-19 outbreaks - CBC.ca
2 B.C
long-term care homes get extra help to deal with COVID-19 outbreaks
  CBC.ca



Some teachers returning to classrooms as early as May 11, as B.C
schools plan gradual reopening - CBC.ca
Some teachers returning to classrooms as early as May 11, as B.C
schools plan gradual reopening
  CBC.ca



'Please, go outside': COVID-19 much less likely to spread outdoors, Dr
Bonnie Henry says - CBC.ca
'Please, go outside': COVID-19 much less likely to spread outdoors, Dr
Bonnie Henry says
  CBC.ca



Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has lowest approval rating among premiers, poll suggests - CBC.ca
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has lowest approval rating among premiers, poll suggests  CBC.ca


Slow return for Canada's dental offices as pandemic restrictions ease - CBC.ca
Slow return for Canada's dental offices as pandemic restrictions ease  CBC.ca


British Columbia is auditioning pinot noir as its signature grape - The Globe and Mail
British Columbia is auditioning pinot noir as its signature grape  The Globe and Mail


B.C
takes precautions as it moves to restart in-person court hearings - National Post
B.C
takes precautions as it moves to restart in-person court hearings
  National Post



Canada does not have to 'justify' the Meng extradition decision, says foreign affairs minister - CBC.ca
Canada does not have to 'justify' the Meng extradition decision, says foreign affairs minister  CBC.ca


B.C.'s summer promises to be 'unique,' but what does that actually mean? - CBC.ca
B.C.'s summer promises to be 'unique,' but what does that actually mean?  CBC.ca


B.C
sees spike in fatal overdoses during pandemic - National Observer
B.C
sees spike in fatal overdoses during pandemic
  National Observer



Back to school: Here's what UBC, SFU have planned for the fall semester - CTV News
Back to school: Here's what UBC, SFU have planned for the fall semester  CTV News


Almost 80%

of British Columbians support reopening plans, poll finds - CBC.ca
Almost 80%

of British Columbians support reopening plans, poll finds
  CBC.ca



B.C
forests watchdog finds sediment from road work affecting fish habitat - National Post
B.C
forests watchdog finds sediment from road work affecting fish habitat
  National Post



Cruise ships not welcome this summer, B.C
health officials say - CBC.ca
Cruise ships not welcome this summer, B.C
health officials say
  CBC.ca



Caution, co-operation needed as B.C
parks reopen camping, minister says - CBC.ca
Caution, co-operation needed as B.C
parks reopen camping, minister says
  CBC.ca



B.C.'s active COVID-19 cases outside the Lower Mainland nearly in single digits - CBC.ca
B.C.'s active COVID-19 cases outside the Lower Mainland nearly in single digits  CBC.ca


PHOTOS: Loved ones reunite at an oasis on closed U.S.-Canada border in Surrey - Nelson Star
PHOTOS: Loved ones reunite at an oasis on closed U.S.-Canada border in Surrey  Nelson Star


Here's what's actually open in B.C
this long weekend, and what you should know before you go - CTV News
Here's what's actually open in B.C
this long weekend, and what you should know before you go
  CTV News



British Columbians can now apply for the $1,000 emergency benefit for workers - Globalnews.ca
British Columbians can now apply for the $1,000 emergency benefit for workers  Globalnews.ca


Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world Wednesday - CBC.ca
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world Wednesday  CBC.ca


B.C
PNP invites 92 tech workers; announces coronavirus policies - Canada Immigration News
B.C
PNP invites 92 tech workers; announces coronavirus policies
  Canada Immigration News



Hit-and-run leaves Vancouver cyclist in hospital with serious injuries: police - CBC.ca
Hit-and-run leaves Vancouver cyclist in hospital with serious injuries: police  CBC.ca


B.C
cities consider what to reopen as they chart their own 'new normal' in next stage of COVID-19 - CBC.ca
B.C
cities consider what to reopen as they chart their own 'new normal' in next stage of COVID-19
  CBC.ca



Hair stylists, physiotherapists and other B.C
personal care workers seeking COVID-19 safety guidance - CBC.ca
Hair stylists, physiotherapists and other B.C
personal care workers seeking COVID-19 safety guidance
  CBC.ca



'Murder hornet' risk and name overblown, says B.C.'s top bee expert - CBC.ca
'Murder hornet' risk and name overblown, says B.C.'s top bee expert  CBC.ca


This is what a trip to the dentist could look like in B.C
when offices reopen - CBC.ca
This is what a trip to the dentist could look like in B.C
when offices reopen
  CBC.ca



Here is a list of services that will be allowed to reopen in B.C., and when - CTV News
Here is a list of services that will be allowed to reopen in B.C., and when  CTV News


What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on April 29, 2020 - CBC.ca
What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C
on April 29, 2020
  CBC.ca



Discovery of human remains ends 3?-year-long search for missing expectant mother - CBC.ca
Discovery of human remains ends 3?-year-long search for missing expectant mother  CBC.ca


Most provincial parks in B.C
will reopen in time for long weekend - CTV News
Most provincial parks in B.C
will reopen in time for long weekend
  CTV News



Canadian Press NewsAlert: British Columbia's reopening plan starts in mid-May - Nanaimo News NOW
Canadian Press NewsAlert: British Columbia's reopening plan starts in mid-May  Nanaimo News NOW


Experts prepare for risk that 'murder hornets' could spread from B.C
- The Globe and Mail
Experts prepare for risk that 'murder hornets' could spread from B.C.  The Globe and Mail


Cuts are coming to city halls across B.C
Here's what you need to know - CBC.ca
Cuts are coming to city halls across B.C
Here's what you need to know
  CBC.ca



Ontario needs to be more transparent with COVID-19 data, critics say - CBC.ca
Ontario needs to be more transparent with COVID-19 data, critics say  CBC.ca


Hugs and visits, recreational activities can resume in B.C
beginning mid-May - CTV News
Hugs and visits, recreational activities can resume in B.C
beginning mid-May
  CTV News



Prince George replaces outdated climate action plan with new emission targets - CBC.ca
Prince George replaces outdated climate action plan with new emission targets  CBC.ca


B.C
restaurants aim to resume dine-in service from June 1 - CBC.ca
B.C
restaurants aim to resume dine-in service from June 1
  CBC.ca



As provincial governments ease lockdowns, many travel restrictions remain - CBC.ca
As provincial governments ease lockdowns, many travel restrictions remain  CBC.ca


Ian Young on How Local Chinese Communities Helped BC's COVID-19 Fight - TheTyee.ca
Ian Young on How Local Chinese Communities Helped BC's COVID-19 Fight  TheTyee.ca


BC businesses 'can't shoulder burden' of COVID-19 sick pay - Peace Arch News
BC businesses 'can't shoulder burden' of COVID-19 sick pay  Peace Arch News


Busy parks and beaches in Vancouver cue outrage on social media - CBC.ca
Busy parks and beaches in Vancouver cue outrage on social media  CBC.ca


Hey kids, it's the news you've been waiting for: Playgrounds are reopening across Metro Vancouver next week - CBC.ca
Hey kids, it's the news you've been waiting for: Playgrounds are reopening across Metro Vancouver next week  CBC.ca


B.C
restaurateurs ponder future of dining as COVID-19 cases flatten - CBC.ca
B.C
restaurateurs ponder future of dining as COVID-19 cases flatten
  CBC.ca



BC economy to shrink by 7.3%

in 2020 due to coronavirus: report | Venture - Daily Hive
BC economy to shrink by 7.3%

in 2020 due to coronavirus: report | Venture
  Daily Hive



Top judge takes rare shot at B.C
government over COVID-19 court closures - CBC.ca
Top judge takes rare shot at B.C
government over COVID-19 court closures
  CBC.ca



B.C
hair salons submitting blueprint for re-opening - CTV News
B.C
hair salons submitting blueprint for re-opening
  CTV News



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