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'Peer-to-peer' car-sharing service Turo launching in B.C. soon

'Peer-to-peer' car-sharing service Turo launching in B.C. soon

The world's largest peer-to-peer car sharing platform says it is preparing for "imminent expansion" into B.C.
Early detection COVID-19 scanner regions revealed

Early detection COVID-19 scanner regions revealed

Scanners to reach 48 communities outside Lower Mainland, Fraser Health not included
Car-sharing service Turo says launch into B.C. market is 'imminent'

Car-sharing service Turo says launch into B.C. market is 'imminent'

VANCOUVER — Fans of car-sharing services in British Columbia are about to get another option within weeks of the closure of two other car-share businesses in the province.
Phase 3 of B.C.'s 'restart' plan still weeks away: Horgan

Phase 3 of B.C.'s 'restart' plan still weeks away: Horgan

Any thoughts of removing additional COVID-19 restrictions in B.C. are still at least three weeks away
Vancouver council approves temporary patio expansion for restaurants, bars

Vancouver council approves temporary patio expansion for restaurants, bars

City will waive application and permit fees, approve permits within two days
B.C COVID-19 ICU deaths lower than global numbers: study

B.C COVID-19 ICU deaths lower than global numbers: study

A significant difference between B.C. and the other areas was the preparedness of ICUs
Illicit drug deaths increasing in B.C.

Illicit drug deaths increasing in B.C.

March and April first back-to-back monthly increases since 2018
Horgan likes idea of NHL playoffs in Vancouver, but won't bend the rules

Horgan likes idea of NHL playoffs in Vancouver, but won't bend the rules

VICTORIA — British Columbia has entered the longest period in a state of emergency in its history and there's no end in sight, says Premier John Horgan.
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall 38% in past two weeks

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall 38% in past two weeks

The number of people in B.C. battling COVID-19 is down 14, to 244, in the past 24 hours
Vancouver police cite ‘impending threat’ of losing officers to new Surrey force

Vancouver police cite ‘impending threat’ of losing officers to new Surrey force

Rumours circulating that VPD deputy chief in line for chief of Surrey municipal department