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  • COVID-19 likely part of B.C. life until summer

    B.C. residents urged to continue practising physical distancing British Columbia's provincial health officer said she

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  • Feds likely didn't have enough protective gear in emergency stockpile: Hajdu

    Hajdu signalled there are lessons to be acted on after the pandemic OTTAWA — The federal government likely did not have

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  • Revised 75% wage subsidy pegged at $71b

    Finance Minister Bill Morneau also clarifies some of the eligibility requirements The federal government's newly

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  • North Shore cops cancel April Fools' prank (but they're letting us see it anyway)

    It's April Fools' Day but, frankly, no one is in the mood for being fooled right now. Weeks ago, the North Shore's two police agencies planned a

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  • Squamish middle school teachers raps her students back to class

    Grade 7 Don Ross teacher Sophie Demers took a lighthearted approach to greeting her class online Sophe Demers, a Grade

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  • B.C. courts suspend non-essential operations

    Measures taken to preserve open courts principles, handle urgent-essential cases B.C.'s Supreme Court and Appeal Court

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  • Google skips annual joke on April Fools Day

    Google announced they are skipping out on April Fools' Day pranks this year because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The giant tech, known

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  • Trudeau urges recall of Parliament to pass more COVID-19 measures

    Among those measures is Ottawa's newly revised 75% wage subsidy Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is urging the recall of

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  • You little weasel!

    The Whistler Biodiversity Project has seven species of weasel on record Have you ever used "weasel" to describe

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  • Small businesses are feeling the effects of COVID-19

    Federal, provincial governments looking to keep employers and workers afloat After a slower-than-anticipated 2019

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  • Horgan announces public-private partnership to supply healthcare centres

    B.C. premier extends state of emergency and reminds the province that social distancing measures are the law B.C.

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  • Number of seniors' care homes in B.C. with positive COVID-19 cases jumps to 19 from 13 overnight

    Provincial authorities have only identified 12 of the 19 care homes, and most outbreaks are a single case What

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  • Local hospital bed, ventilator availabilities unclear

    Health officials clearing beds for pandemic response The COVID-19 pandemic will require intensive care units and

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  • U.S. troops not heading to Canadian border amid pandemic

    There are reports that U.S. troops will not be mobilizing near the Canadian border, despite the possibility arising last week. The Richmond News

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    What to Do When Your Running Event Gets Postponed or Canceled

    health.usnews.com - Usually, when a race is postponed or canceled, it's relatively easy to sign up for another one. Maybe you have to delay stepping up to

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