Coronavirus: Push to restrict interprovincial travel hits snag in BC

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As concerns continue to rise over the potential of new COVID-19 variants spreading in Canada, the push to restrict interprovincial travel has hit a snag in British Columbia.

Premier John Horgan says he can’t legally ban people from entering the province, as he faces growing pressure to restrict travel.

Abigail Bimman explains why some people disagree.

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