All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @j_mcelroy: B.C. has the second lowest number of #COVID19 deaths per capita of any province, U.S. state, or western European country with at least five million people. While the Czech Republic's rate of death slowed considerably in the last week, B.C.'s didn't. https://t.co/VeFEbqSoOl

RT @AaronWherry: Conservative popular vote by province (with differences from Harper majority in 2011). B.C. 34.0 (-11.5) Alberta 69.2 (+2.4) Saskatchewan 64.3 (+8) Manitoba 45.8 (-7.7) Ontario 33.2 (-11.2) Quebec 16.0 (-0.5) N.B. 32.8 (-11.1) N.S. 25.1 (-11.6) Nfld 28.1 (-0.3) PEI 27.4 (-13.8)

RT @cbcnewsbc: RT @cbcnewsbc: Where would you travel in B.C. if restrictions were lifted? buff.ly/369pT8l

RT @j_mcelroy: B.C. has averaged 20 new daily cases of #COVID19 over the last five days — the lowest five-day average since a public health emergency was declared https://t.co/9D3jkr4JL9

RT @j_mcelroy: Just 23 new cases of #COVID19 announced in B.C. the last two days. 18 people in critical care, the lowest number since March 23. Today's chart. https://t.co/8TXbN4ww0m

James Moore (unknown) retweeted @bcbcgreg :

RT @bcbcgreg: This afternoon Premier @jjhorgan announced B.C.'s Restart Plan. Read which restrictions will be easing and how they will affect your life and work. #bcecon #bcpoli ow.ly/knQy50zz881

RT @richardzussman: Meant to post this yesterday. Here is the letter from BC Premier @jjhorgan to NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman about B.C. offering up the province as a place where the 2019/20 NHL season can be played if hockey returns. #bcpoli #nhl https://t.co/FznTaJ9Mzc

RT @j_mcelroy: For the third week in a row, B.C. has the lowest number of #COVID19 deaths per capita of any province, U.S. state, or western European country with at least five million people https://t.co/I7STKse9cm

Jinny Sims (unknown) tweeted :

Rent relief on the way for B.C. small businesses | BC Gov News news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2020F…

RT @Justin_Ling: Huge spike in new COVID-19 cases in Canada's prisons. There are now 55 confirmed cases in Mission Institution in B.C, and 50 in Joliette, in Quebec. Country-wide: 151, with another 52 pending. (Just 480 inmates have been tested.)