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Trudeau remaining in isolation longer despite wife recovering from COVID-19

Trudeau remaining in isolation longer despite wife recovering from COVID-19

Trudeau says his wife has now taken their three kids to the prime minister's cottage residence in Quebec
COVID-19 grounds business for independent Vancouver travel company

COVID-19 grounds business for independent Vancouver travel company

"One thing is certain, none of us will come out of this the same.”
Half of British Columbians worried about feeding families but praise leaders: poll

Half of British Columbians worried about feeding families but praise leaders: poll

B.C. residents were equally split over how B.C. will bounce back, with slightly more than half believing school will be back in session by September. 
Cruise lines are planning for spring travel with guaranteed cancellation policies

Cruise lines are planning for spring travel with guaranteed cancellation policies

The cruise ship industry wants travellers to know it will soon be back in business, with some scheduling cruises as soon as April, 2020.
Man alleges that stranger intentionally coughed in his face (PHOTO)

Man alleges that stranger intentionally coughed in his face (PHOTO)

"I mean here we are, in the middle of a pandemic where people are getting sick and being told to be considerate of others and to stay 2 meters away and to practice proper hygiene etiquette."
Watch these five bald eagles get released back into the wild

Watch these five bald eagles get released back into the wild

The Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society said the eagles were returned to the wild after recovering from various injuries.
B.C. corporations moving to virtual AGMs

B.C. corporations moving to virtual AGMs

Augmented reality avatars can put attendees in cyber boardrooms.
She’s 95. He’s 102. Their love still shines through the window

She’s 95. He’s 102. Their love still shines through the window

“I said I’d look after him until the day he died."
Signs of the time: As COVID-19 outbreak evolves, so do Vancouver’s signs (PHOTOS)

Signs of the time: As COVID-19 outbreak evolves, so do Vancouver’s signs (PHOTOS)

Here are some of the more revealing signs Vancouver photographers and reporters have noticed across town over the past few weeks.
Tim Hortons responds after DTES store closed due to “gross misconduct.”

Tim Hortons responds after DTES store closed due to “gross misconduct.”

"This is an unfortunate isolated incident in a very challenging neighbourhood."