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New jury trials on hold until end of May in B.C. due to COVID-19

New jury trials on hold until end of May in B.C. due to COVID-19

In civil cases, the parties may proceed without a jury if they wish and the trial will proceed as scheduled.
Stuck at home during the pandemic? Telus just offered Metro Vancouver unlimited data

Stuck at home during the pandemic? Telus just offered Metro Vancouver unlimited data

From Coquitlam to Toronto, several telecom companies waive overage, roaming fees until the end of April.
COVID-19 compensation: What B.C. workers and employers need to know

COVID-19 compensation: What B.C. workers and employers need to know

How does the COVID-19 crisis affect hourly workers, unionized employees, and those stricken by the virus in B.C.?
BC Ferries: 'Self-isolating' on board doesn't mean you can stay in your parked car

BC Ferries: 'Self-isolating' on board doesn't mean you can stay in your parked car

Transport Canada has the final say on this
Vancouver Farmers Markets will be operating, with minor adjustments, during COVID-19 crisis

Vancouver Farmers Markets will be operating, with minor adjustments, during COVID-19 crisis

The farmers' markets support local farmers and vendors, and are a great source for fresh, healthy food
Multiple Vancouver restaurants band together to offer special menus during coronavirus crisis

Multiple Vancouver restaurants band together to offer special menus during coronavirus crisis

Breaking Bread launches March 14, and features restaurants offering fixed price menus at three affordable price points
More Vancouver events, shows cancelled due to COVID-19 outbreak

More Vancouver events, shows cancelled due to COVID-19 outbreak

Change of plans
Coronavirus got you cooped up? These Vancouver bookstores will come to you

Coronavirus got you cooped up? These Vancouver bookstores will come to you

If you can’t get to the bookstore, the bookstore can come to you
Vancouver park board limits pool use to reduce transmission of coronavirus

Vancouver park board limits pool use to reduce transmission of coronavirus

Right now, it's not 'everybody in the pool' time
11 new cases of coronavirus in Vancouver Coastal Health region, B.C. total now 64

11 new cases of coronavirus in Vancouver Coastal Health region, B.C. total now 64

Additionally, B.C. will make the request to cancel all events of over 250 mandatory, not recommended
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