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Former Steve Nash Fitness World employees are calling for an independent investigation into ‘unpaid wages, bullying, harassment’

Former Steve Nash Fitness World employees are calling for an independent investigation into ‘unpaid wages, bullying, harassment’

The petition claims an investigation regarding a prior complaint “could not be concluded” after SNFC employees were let go amid COVID-19 closures
Steve Nash Fitness terminates workers across entire chain as company copes with COVID-19

Steve Nash Fitness terminates workers across entire chain as company copes with COVID-19

All SNFW Fitness BC Ltd. locations remain closed indefinitely
Burnaby dairy plant sees skyrocketing demand due to COVID-19

Burnaby dairy plant sees skyrocketing demand due to COVID-19

Saputo Inc. says it is seeing a shift in demand for its products amid the COVID-19 outbreak
B.C. construction should brace for shutdown: industry leaders

B.C. construction should brace for shutdown: industry leaders

Stoppage due to COVID-19 called ‘inevitable’ despite provincial assurances
OPINION: UK businesses are getting up to $4,200/month per employee. We need to do the same

OPINION: UK businesses are getting up to $4,200/month per employee. We need to do the same

Canada needs to step up to help small businesses
Nearly 7,000 employees to depart WestJet as airlines continue to curb operations

Nearly 7,000 employees to depart WestJet as airlines continue to curb operations

There are also massive layoffs at Air Canada, too, all due to the global COVID-19 pandemic
White Spot waives franchisees' royalties and lease payments

White Spot waives franchisees' royalties and lease payments

"We can get through this together," said White Spot owner Ron Toigo
B.C. restaurants could lose up to 100,000 jobs over three months

B.C. restaurants could lose up to 100,000 jobs over three months

B.C.’s restaurant and food service industry is struggling with the economic consequences of COVID-19
Smaller B.C. airlines stop flights to slow spread of COVID-19

Smaller B.C. airlines stop flights to slow spread of COVID-19

This makes transportation more difficult around the province, but may help in slowing the spread of the coronavirus
Vancouver-based grocery delivery service 'taking dramatic steps' to serve unprecedented demand

Vancouver-based grocery delivery service 'taking dramatic steps' to serve unprecedented demand

Including hiring laid-off restaurant workers and making use of other companies' cars and drivers