It's been "hinted" here in B.C. that restrictions will gradually start to ease after the holiday (Victoria Day) weekend. However medical authorities have been clear that this will be a gradual reopening and not "turning a switch on".
It will depend on the new case numbers though. At the moment, the number of new cases (494 today) and hospitalizations have been steadily trending downward while the vaccination program is increasing, so this is good news. We're expecting a large shipment of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines next week, and Dr. Henry indicated that the time between first and second jab may be shortened very soon. We received a large shipment of Astra Zeneca this week, but that entire shipment is being reserved for second jabs for those that had AZ for the first one.
According to recent news reports, Washington state is doing well with their vaccination program, so there's a faint glimmer of hope that the border rules might change. There's some pressure to ease the border rules, not only to help the struggling shops in Bellingham but also because of the plight of the residents of Point Roberts, and they may initially allow a limited reopening as they did between Stewart BC and Hyder, AK - https://www.alaskapublic.org/2020/11/02/canadas-relaxes-covid-19-border-rules-for-alaskans-in-hyder/ . Maybe one of these days I can travel up to that area and get "Hyderized".
Authorities here have said that "we'll be in a very different place by this summer", so IF everything goes well there may be reason for optimism.