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  • COVID-19 hits serial killer Pickton's prison

    Quebec's Port-Cartier Institution only federal prison with positive tests The only federal prison where an inmate has

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  • Judge, lawyers discuss how Meng Wanzhou extradition hearings will move forward during pandemic

    Court seeks ways to accommodate social distancing measures BC Supreme Court is looking at ways to proceed with the

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  • Ladner man shares his experience as one of B.C.'s early COVID-19 cases

    'I thought I had the seasonal flu' He is case number 231. Ladner resident Jerry Glubisz is on the road to recovery

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  • Buyers can’t get out of home purchase contracts because of COVID-19

    'Force majeure' get-out clause doesn't automatically apply to real estate contracts during pandemic, even if you lose income and no longer want to

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  • Canadians asked to wash mailboxes, keep dogs at bay, to ensure safe mail delivery

    The union representing Canada Post employees is asking Canadians to disinfect their mail boxes to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. And the post

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  • Community members step up to craft masks at home for at-risk

    Health Canada notes homemade masks are not medical devices LIKE SO MANY others these days, Frances Dickinson has

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  • OPINION: Schooling plan looks like an exercise in chaos

    Material is available from the ministry, but superintendents all over B.C. are pleading for time to get organized. A

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  • Ottawa to spend $2b on protective gear to share with provinces

    Federal government accelerating efforts to boost domestic supply of medical equipment The federal government will

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  • New ventilators promised in days as industrial response to COVID-19 kicks in

    OTTAWA — Hundreds of ventilators are now in production as part of the federal government's efforts to shore up national stockpiles of crucial

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  • Daniells commits to Clippers

    Whistler hockey player eager to play in Nanaimo Whistler's Kai Daniells is heading to the Island for 2020-21. The local

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  • When the business is shut, but the rent is due during COVID-19

    A commercial lease lawyer lays out the lay of the land April's rent is due and businesses across the board are

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  • Dix announces free parking at B.C. hospitals

    Minister Adrian Dix announced at his press conference at 1:30 p.m. today that hospital parking will be free for everyone, stating: * In an effort to

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  • Air Canada to lay off 15,000 staff due to COVID-19 pandemic

    Airline says lay offs are intended to be temporary Air Canada has announced that they will lay off 15,200 staff due to

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  • Province asks food retailers to follow 'spirit of' 50-person limit on gatherings

    Whistler stores already had shopper limits in place before provincial guidance The B.C. Government this week offered

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  • Bobsleighing: Taking a Ride on the Fastest Track Allowed for Non-Athletes

    surfandsunshine.com - The Winter Olympics are full of adrenaline-pumping sports, and bobsledding is no exception. With athletes traveling at speeds over

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