The B.C. government is getting legal advice to determine whether an inter-provincial travel ban would be feasible — and, presumably, whether it is constitutional — to further insulate the province as COVID-19 case numbers in other parts of Canada hit “dangerous” levels.
B.C. health officials confirmed 465 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday and said 12 more people had died of the disease.
B.C.'s health minister says the province will adjust its vaccination plans in light of the news that Pfizer-BioNTech will not send any doses to Canada next week.
Of the five government ministries reviewed, only the Ministry of Education and the information branch in the Ministry of Citizens' Services provided strong protections against cybersecurity threats, says report.