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Vancouver mayor says city not going bankrupt, despite media reports

Vancouver mayor says city not going bankrupt, despite media reports

Kennedy Stewart reiterates plea to senior governments for emergency money as City of Vancouver continues to lose $5 million per week in revenues
Woman facing assault charges for coughing on grocery clerk at Coquitlam store

Woman facing assault charges for coughing on grocery clerk at Coquitlam store

The suspect allegedly became irate when the employee would not allow her to purchase more than the store’s maximum amount of tissue paper
Retail liquor store hours to extend daily hours

Retail liquor store hours to extend daily hours

Extending the hours of retail liquor service will support these businesses in complying with the requirements set out by the provincial health officer, the Ministry of Health and other authorities, including those related to physical distancing.
Golf cart driver in bathrobe and slippers nabbed for suspected drunk driving in Vancouver suburb

Golf cart driver in bathrobe and slippers nabbed for suspected drunk driving in Vancouver suburb

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Hello, sun: Vancouver forecast calls for a toasty high of 21°C

Hello, sun: Vancouver forecast calls for a toasty high of 21°C

The forecast also calls for sunshine nearly every day this week.
Fraser Health order shuts down gyms, yoga studios across region

Fraser Health order shuts down gyms, yoga studios across region

The order applies to weight training, gymnastics and martial arts gyms, yoga and dance studios, and other such facilities
Artists and makers launch fundraising campaign after arson fire damages their Vancouver studios

Artists and makers launch fundraising campaign after arson fire damages their Vancouver studios

One of Vancouver's most cherished creative spaces suffered a painful blow, and is hoping the public can help in the recovery process
Steveston Salmon Festival cancelled in its 75th year

Steveston Salmon Festival cancelled in its 75th year

The popular annual event was supposed to take place on Canada Day
Ottawa expands CERB, tops up essential workers’ pay as economy shrinks 9% in March

Ottawa expands CERB, tops up essential workers’ pay as economy shrinks 9% in March

Trudeau announced today the gov would loosen the eligibility requirements for access to CERB funds for many Canadian workers
Parks Canada suspends camping, activities, and events until at least May 31

Parks Canada suspends camping, activities, and events until at least May 31

Parks Canada is calling on Canadians to stay home