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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.
B.C. courts suspend non-essential operations due to COVID-19

B.C. courts suspend non-essential operations due to COVID-19

Here's a full breakdown of what is - and isn't - happening at each level of our justice system right now

No offence committed in hostage shooting: B.C. police watchdog

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog says there are no reasonable grounds to believe an officer may have committed an offence when a woman who was being held hostage in Surrey last year was shot by police and later died.
B.C. health officer says homemade masks may prevent spread of COVID-19 to others

B.C. health officer says homemade masks may prevent spread of COVID-19 to others

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer says wearing homemade or non-medical masks may prevent people from spreading droplets that cause COVID-19, but wearing a mask likely does little to protect a person from the virus. Dr.
Videoconferencing on way for B.C. students, teachers

Videoconferencing on way for B.C. students, teachers

Even our kids will be Zoom-ing at home now
Jump in overdose deaths in Vancouver highlight two health emergencies: city

Jump in overdose deaths in Vancouver highlight two health emergencies: city

VANCOUVER — A recent spike of overdose deaths in Vancouver is an important reminder there are two ongoing public health emergencies, the city says as the province grapples with the rollout of a safe supply of drugs for users.
Man licks door after angry outburst at a B.C. bank (VIDEO)

Man licks door after angry outburst at a B.C. bank (VIDEO)

He said he thought the seniors-only opening hour policy was 'unacceptable' and 'bulls**t'
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