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John Horgan, the B.C. Premier, tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday morning.

Horgan, who is 62 years old, recently underwent radiation treatment, after being diagnosed with throat cancer in November 2021.

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Multiple anti-vaccine protesters confronted a health care worker while they were driving to a patient's home in James Bay, Victoria, according to the local health authority.

In an email to Narcity, Island Health said that the health care worker's vehicle had an Island Health logo on the door.

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Six friends have been fined thousands of dollars for illegally camping in B.C.

The six men passed through the Pacific Rim National Park's closed-off areas on their paddleboards illegally between May 30 and June 1 last year, according to Parks Canada.

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While some COVID-19 restrictions are easing in B.C., there are rules that are staying in place for now. These restrictions will be reviewed by March 15 and again by April 12.

Previous to Tuesday's announcement, Dr. Bonnie Henry hinted at lifting restrictions and said at a press conference that it would be led by science and data.

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B.C. is easing its COVID-19 restrictions as the province shifts to a "sustainable, long-term" focus during the pandemic.

Starting on Wednesday, February 16 at 11:59 p.m., the province is making five major changes to its current rules — but its mask-wearing rules and vaccine passport remain in place.

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