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B.C. businesses brace for second wave of impacts when government support ends

B.C. businesses brace for second wave of impacts when government support ends

Many businesses on government support foresee cutbacks, more debt and layoffs when that support ends
B.C. to get $2.2B in COVID-19 support, Horgan celebrates paid sick leave program

B.C. to get $2.2B in COVID-19 support, Horgan celebrates paid sick leave program

VICTORIA — British Columbia Premier John Horgan says he's proud that a national sick leave program has been announced as part of $19 billion in federal funding to support the provinces and territories during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Liver transplant alcohol abstinence policy discriminatory: Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs

Liver transplant alcohol abstinence policy discriminatory: Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs

Now-deceased transplant seeker called policy a “lethal form of racism”
Is it time for a sanctioned homeless camp in Vancouver?

Is it time for a sanctioned homeless camp in Vancouver?

Strathcona Park tent city latest of large-scale unsanctioned encampments in city
More than half of B.C.'s 681 seniors' homes lack plans to allow visitors

More than half of B.C.'s 681 seniors' homes lack plans to allow visitors

Data as of July 15 is that 318 of 681 homes have submitted plans to government
B.C. commits to 50/50 funding-share with Ottawa on $600m needed for transit recovery

B.C. commits to 50/50 funding-share with Ottawa on $600m needed for transit recovery

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Overdose fatalities reach new high in B.C.

Overdose fatalities reach new high in B.C.

Four months of back-to back increases as crisis in fifth year
HR in the time of COVID-19: In conversation with NowOfWork founder Rocky Ozaki

HR in the time of COVID-19: In conversation with NowOfWork founder Rocky Ozaki

Business in Vancouver’s Human Resources Podcasts are a series of discussions this week with prominent business leaders
GoFundMe campaign launched to help B.C. triathlete involved in 'horrendous' bike accident

GoFundMe campaign launched to help B.C. triathlete involved in 'horrendous' bike accident

Mike Scheske was out for a cycle on June 26 when he was struck by a vehicle, leaving him with a severed artery and a broken neck in addition to several other injuries
B.C.'s hands tied on issue of COVID safety on flights, Horgan says

B.C.'s hands tied on issue of COVID safety on flights, Horgan says

The premier says the province cannot force airlines to change how they conduct business