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OPINION: Christy Clark deleted her controversial COVID-19 tweet

OPINION: Christy Clark deleted her controversial COVID-19 tweet

A change of heart for the former premier of B.C.?
With workers ill and traffic down 70%, BC Ferries looks at reducing service

With workers ill and traffic down 70%, BC Ferries looks at reducing service

The number of employees off work is running about four times higher than normal.
Vancouver launches childcare referral system for essential workers

Vancouver launches childcare referral system for essential workers

Priority will be given to children whose parents or guardians work as front-line workers in public health and health services, social services, law enforcement, first responders and emergency response.
Only food can be sold at farmers' markets: Provincial Health Officer

Only food can be sold at farmers' markets: Provincial Health Officer

One of the main goals is to discourage people from using farmers' markets as a gathering place.
B.C. confirms 92 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 884

B.C. confirms 92 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 884

There has been one more death.
CARTOON: Sit on your butt, save the world

CARTOON: Sit on your butt, save the world

Our old shame is our new pride
‘I was scared:’ Richmond woman recalls her family’s time stuck in Peru under COVID-19 lockdown

‘I was scared:’ Richmond woman recalls her family’s time stuck in Peru under COVID-19 lockdown

Sabine Yep wept when she saw the Air Canada flight crew lined up outside the plane on the tarmac of an air force base in Lima, waving Canadian flags.
This life-saving project aims to build a million ventilators in 90 days

This life-saving project aims to build a million ventilators in 90 days

“If doctors and nurses are to give patients a fighting chance, we want to do everything possible to give them the tools they require."
Here are some examples of proper physical distancing (PHOTOS)

Here are some examples of proper physical distancing (PHOTOS)

Now, that's more like it.
The Kwantlen Student Association is donating $200,000 to help those struggling due to COVID-19

The Kwantlen Student Association is donating $200,000 to help those struggling due to COVID-19

The KSA is giving $100,000 to Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s emergency funds, while the other half will benefit “a number of food banks and charities across the Lower Mainland.”