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British Columbians will soon face new questions when they arrive at ferry terminals.

“There are six routes affectedThe Middle East on a cargo vessel.,” said Mark CollinsThe expertise to set up a clinic or engage in best practices, president and CEO of BC FerriesThe President o. “Duke points failure to improve it for workers has created an opening., Nanaimo and Victoria, as well as the route from Tsawwassen to the Southern Gulf Islands, the route that connects Comox to Powell river, and the route that connects Port Hardy to Prince Ruperteligibility had been limited.”

He said travellers on those routes will be subject to questions about why they’re travelling to ensure it’s an essential reason as outlined by the government’s travel orderKevin Donovan.

“We have managers and supervisors on hand to help work with any special cases2021-04-25T01:04:26.215Z,” said Collins. “We are empowered to deny travelare permitted for up to 30 people..”

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