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Photos: Hong Kong activists picket Chinese consulate over Beijing's national security law

Photos: Hong Kong activists picket Chinese consulate over Beijing's national security law

Pro-democracy activists picketed China’s consulate on Vancouver’s Granville Street Saturday afternoon to raise awareness over Beijing’s proposed national security law that could be unilaterally imposed by the Chinese Communist Party.
Three more COVID-19-related deaths in Fraser Health region

Three more COVID-19-related deaths in Fraser Health region

2,042 people who tested positive have recovered
‘Hong Kong’s future is unavoidably linked to Canada,’ says MP as China encroaches

‘Hong Kong’s future is unavoidably linked to Canada,’ says MP as China encroaches

Conservative MPs host online conference with bipartisan group of prominent Hong Kong democracy activists
Only a quarter of B.C. businesses feel confident of restart

Only a quarter of B.C. businesses feel confident of restart

Half expect resuming operations to take at least two months
Ottawa outlines requirements for further reopening of Canadian economy

Ottawa outlines requirements for further reopening of Canadian economy

Better contact tracing among top priorities, prime minister says
B.C. has new COVID-19 community outbreak, at Matsqui Institution

B.C. has new COVID-19 community outbreak, at Matsqui Institution

Infected inmate from Matsqui has since been transferred to Agassiz's Mountain Institution
B.C. forest firefighting budget hits $136 million

B.C. forest firefighting budget hits $136 million

Firefighters to be COVID-19 ready going into forests
Province to conduct random inspections as businesses re-open

Province to conduct random inspections as businesses re-open

Inspections will take place across sectors, and penalties could be issued if re-opening rules are not followed
This B.C. island has the highest concentration of cougars in the world

This B.C. island has the highest concentration of cougars in the world

Referred to as a puma, cougar, and a mountain lion, these wild cats cause a scare wherever they are found and are plentiful on this B.C. island.
‘No major incidents’ at Vancouver’s 4/20 event, claim authorities

‘No major incidents’ at Vancouver’s 4/20 event, claim authorities

Vancouver Police and BC Emergency Health Services were exhaling Sunday after tending to the city’s controversial 4/20 event at Sunset Beach and reporting “no major incidents.
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