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Vancouver grocer’s ‘no mask no service’ policy concerns Kerrisdale resident

Vancouver grocer’s ‘no mask no service’ policy concerns Kerrisdale resident

“I think it’s important that we pull together during this crisis and doing things like this doesn’t help that.”
B.C. confirms 74 new COVID-19 cases, provincial total now at 424

B.C. confirms 74 new COVID-19 cases, provincial total now at 424

There has been one new death, and now personal service businesses are ordered closed
Vancouver Coastal Health announces additional COVID-19 protections for care homes

Vancouver Coastal Health announces additional COVID-19 protections for care homes

The new measures affect the public, as well as care home workers
Fresh sheet: 9 more Metro Vancouver restaurants with take-out or delivery solutions right now

Fresh sheet: 9 more Metro Vancouver restaurants with take-out or delivery solutions right now

We're continuing to share details about Metro Vancouver food businesses that have take-out and delivery specials
My B.C. COVID-19 story: I was infected with the coronavirus in the U.S.

My B.C. COVID-19 story: I was infected with the coronavirus in the U.S.

A first-person account from a V.I.A. contributor who contracted COVID-19 while on a work trip to Ohio
Costco won’t accept returns on hoarded items

Costco won’t accept returns on hoarded items

Things like Lysol, toilet paper, and wipes
BC Ferries cuts back on sailings as traffic drops

BC Ferries cuts back on sailings as traffic drops

Ferry traffic has dropped 40 per cent in response to COVID-19
Group meetings are crucial for Alcoholics Anonymous. What now?

Group meetings are crucial for Alcoholics Anonymous. What now?

AA members may need support now more than before - but they can't meet face-to-face
B.C. distillers brew up hand sanitizer to fill void

B.C. distillers brew up hand sanitizer to fill void

The hand sanitizer is being distributed to health care workers and first responders
Isolated but not alone — communities often rise to the challenge during crises

Isolated but not alone — communities often rise to the challenge during crises

Although Vancouverites often feel quite isolated, the COVID-19 pandemic is prompting people to connect
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