What you need to know about B.C.'s new travel restrictions

B.C. Premier John Horgan announced new travel restrictions on Monday to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Horgan said the new restrictions were put in place to ensure that British Columbians stay within their own local areas and reduce non-essential travel.
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As the world confronts a warming climate, the federal Liberals are committing billions more dollars to a variety of measures meant to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the economy and help drive a "green recovery" from the pandemic-induced economic slowdown.
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Man punches coyote while being attacked by two others on Vancouver's seawall

VANCOUVER -- A man punched a coyote while being attacked by two of the animals on Vancouver's Stanley Park seawall Sunday night, local police say.
The Vancouver Police Department says the man was riding an electric scooter near Prospect Point shortly before midnight when he collided with a coyote.
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2 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Kinngait

Two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Kinngait, Nunavut.
The cases were announced by Dr. Michael Patterson, Nunavut's chief public health officer in a news release Monday.
The cases are not linked to the outbreak in Iqaluit, it says.
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Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's first federal budget projects deep deficits for years to come as it promises to support people through the pandemic crisis and make Canada's economy greener and more welcoming to women.
"This budget is about finishing the fight against COVID.
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Alberta reports 1,391 COVID-19 cases, 11 per cent positivity rate

EDMONTON -- Alberta reported a positivity rate of 11 per cent on Monday after another 1,391 people tested positive for COVID-19.
The province, which has added more than 1,000 cases for 13 days straight, has 18,424 active infections.
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WHITEHORSE -- Yukon Liberal Leader Sandy Silver says he is ready to form the territory's next government, regardless of the outcome of today's judicial recount.
Silver says he has met with the commissioner of Yukon, Angelique Bernard, to discuss the way forward and indicated he intends to form the next government and demonstrate he can gain the confidence of the legislature.
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Why you shouldn't ask people how they got their COVID-19 shot before you

TORONTO -- As more and more Canadians are being given access to COVID-19 vaccines, people are being reminded not to question their co-workers or loved ones as to how they were eligible to get their shot.
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Six people in Vaughan, Ont. injected with saline instead of COVID-19 vaccine

TORONTO -- Six people in Vaughan, Ont. were injected with saline when they were supposed to be getting the COVID-19 vaccine, health officials say.
Mackenzie Health said the six people were injected with saline, which is used to dilute the COVID-19 vaccine prior to use, on March 28.
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VANCOUVER -- The provincial government is working on regulations that will restrict the non-essential travel of British Columbians outside their own health regions.
Speaking at a news conference Monday, Premier John Horgan said regulations are being developed by the public safety minister that will restrict movement within the province.
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While only about 0.2 per cent of teens have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Canada, a First Nation in Quebec included them in its mass vaccination campaign.
Gracie Diabo from Kahnawake, Que., received her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine a few days before her 18th birthday last week as the Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk) community wrapped up its month-long mass vaccination clinic.
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FIELD, B.C. -- Families of two of three people killed in a train derailment near the British Columbia-Alberta boundary have filed lawsuits alleging negligence.
The westbound Canadian Pacific train was parked on a grade and had its air brakes on in February 2019, when it started rolling on its own, gaining speeds far above the limit for the mountain pass near Field, B.C.
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WINNIPEG -- Manitoba is bringing in new public health orders in an attempt to slow down the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, including changes to gathering rules and business capacity.
Premier Brian Pallister and Dr.
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