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B.C. landlords seeing up to 50% of tenants not paying rent

B.C. landlords seeing up to 50% of tenants not paying rent

However, experts warn that tenants not paying rent will create a domino effect with devastating economic consequences
Donald Trump told to look at B.C.’s COVID-19 addict-support policy

Donald Trump told to look at B.C.’s COVID-19 addict-support policy

“If Trump truly wants to address the international drug trade, then he should follow the lead of legislators in British Columbia"
Health officials urge cancellation of all non-essential travel within B.C.

Health officials urge cancellation of all non-essential travel within B.C.

This is a "really important thing that we need to do now to protect those who are more vulnerable in those communities" says Dr. Bonnie Henry

B.C. business groups warn revenues down 50- to 75 per cent during COVID-19

VANCOUVER — Business organizations across British Columbia say revenues have plunged among their members and that paints an "ominous picture" for the economy.

B.C.'s provincial health officer says plan for virtual Easter, Ramadan, Passover

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor says people who celebrate Easter, Passover, Ramadan and other religious holidays should plan now to safely participate virtually in their traditional ceremonies. Dr.
B.C.'s Dr. Bonnie Henry emerges as unintentional ASMR star

B.C.'s Dr. Bonnie Henry emerges as unintentional ASMR star

TFW even coronavirus "sounds good"
What B.C. landlords can and can’t do during COVID-19 state of emergency

What B.C. landlords can and can’t do during COVID-19 state of emergency

There's a moratorium on evictions, but tenants can still be evicted. Here's why
B.C. city halls are shrinking but some have bigger reserves to fall on

B.C. city halls are shrinking but some have bigger reserves to fall on

Burnaby has the most total reserves of any B.C. city, with $1.6 billion as of December 2018

B.C. raises assistance rates by $300 month to help vulnerable during pandemic

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is increasing monthly income and disability assistance payments by $300 during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Task force to lead B.C. through pitfalls, recovery, of COVID-19 pandemic

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan is creating an economic recovery task force to guide British Columbia through the COVID-19 crisis.