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B.C. reports 85 new COVID-19 cases – most in more than 15 weeks

B.C. reports 85 new COVID-19 cases – most in more than 15 weeks

More people are actively fighting COVID-19 infections in B.C. than at any time since May 9
Sex-assault convictions lead to 30-year massage therapy licence ban

Sex-assault convictions lead to 30-year massage therapy licence ban

Singer-songwriter vanished from social media after three 2018 convictions
Surrey Board of Trade creating COVID workforce playbook

Surrey Board of Trade creating COVID workforce playbook

Project aims to help employers respond to pandemic issues
Black Lives Matter message kept alive on Emancipation Day

Black Lives Matter message kept alive on Emancipation Day

March marks 186th anniversary of British Empire’s slavery abolition
LGBT youths’ suicidal thoughts decline with community supports: study

LGBT youths’ suicidal thoughts decline with community supports: study

Lesbian and bisexual girls need increased supports, research indicates
Surrey approves $692m worth of development

Surrey approves $692m worth of development

Developers have confidence in city: McCallum
23 Vancouver parks could become legal spots to drink alcohol this summer

23 Vancouver parks could become legal spots to drink alcohol this summer

Park board commissioners unanimous in need to expand drinking sites from 10 parks to 23
Is a 5% property tax-hike cap in Vancouver realistic for 2021?

Is a 5% property tax-hike cap in Vancouver realistic for 2021?

Remember back in February when Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart announced that he wanted next year’s property tax increase to be no more than 5%? Seemed odd at the time, considering the mayor a few months previous supported an 8.
How COVID-19 property tax relief stacks up across the Lower Mainland

How COVID-19 property tax relief stacks up across the Lower Mainland

Cities have largely used three tools: payment due date extensions; late payment penalty assistance; and lower overall tax rate increases
Ten Vancouver parks proposed for people to legally drink alcohol

Ten Vancouver parks proposed for people to legally drink alcohol

Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park among sites as part of three-month trial that needs park board approval