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CBC News 19 Nov 2020

B.C. premier calls for restriction on non-essential travel between provinces


Premier John Horgan is calling for restrictions on non-essential travel between provinces, but B.C.'s tourism industry fears it won't be able to survive another economic shutdown.

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