B.C. border towns, tourism groups say COVID travel restrictions needed to ‘save summer’

B.C. border towns, tourism groups say COVID travel restrictions needed to ‘save summer’
As signs are expected to be posted at the boundary between Alberta and British Columbia to advise against non-essential travel between provinces, border towns and local tourism groups are encouraging people to hit pause on interprovincial travel plans until the spread of COVID-19 slows. Read More
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