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North Vancouver teen becomes a TikTok quarantine star … in Italy

North Vancouver teen becomes a TikTok quarantine star … in Italy

She reaches hundreds of thousands, and sometimes millions, of viewers with posts that show her learning to speak Italian
This B.C. gas station has dropped down to 63.9 cents per litre

This B.C. gas station has dropped down to 63.9 cents per litre

How low will they go?
Here's the second issue of the V.I.A. newspaper

Here's the second issue of the V.I.A. newspaper

In print and on the web
Vancouver grocery store worker presumed positive for COVID-19

Vancouver grocery store worker presumed positive for COVID-19

Daily sanitization and social distancing practices are in place to minimize the risk of exposure to customers and team members.
B.C. government announces measures to help cash-strapped municipalities

B.C. government announces measures to help cash-strapped municipalities

Measures do not include tax deferment request of region’s mayors, or $200 million requested from Mayor Kennedy Stewart
Parking enforcement resumes in Kitsilano and Point Grey to discourage beach visitors

Parking enforcement resumes in Kitsilano and Point Grey to discourage beach visitors

Stay home, stay put reminds the City of Vancouver
‘Significant’ time until border restrictions ease, says Trudeau

‘Significant’ time until border restrictions ease, says Trudeau

Meanwhile, businesses hard up for cash may have another relief valve after tweaks to a federal program
Ocean advocate raises alarm as masks wash up on beaches

Ocean advocate raises alarm as masks wash up on beaches

A B.C.-based marine plastic pollution researcher is cautioning the discarded masks are compounding an already troubling problem in our oceans
Premier John Horgan: We’re flattening the curve

Premier John Horgan: We’re flattening the curve

We should congratulate ourselves for our efforts...but it’s still too early to loosen restrictions
Fire burns suspected meth lab house in West Vancouver

Fire burns suspected meth lab house in West Vancouver

Neighbours say the house had been the centre of suspicious activity for several months