There have been no new cases in the Island Health region in nearly two weeks
Applications for the program opened today.
Talks with provinces and territories on the subject are still ongoing.
There continue to be no new cases in the Island Health region, but one new community outbreak has been declared in Abbotsford
The number of active cases has gone up slightly since yesterday as there are now 310 cases in the province
Around 275,000 people have already taken the survey which will inform future decisions
And they have resumed flights to the US as of today,
To support businesses complying with COVID-19 distancing rules
Including boosting COVID-19 testing capacity and contact tracing.
The study also asks about taking public transit and going to hair salons
There have been no new cases in the Island Health region for a week
B.C. residents will be given first access
After sales declined 37% in their first quarter.
After Victoria and Saanich announced similar moves
For things like food, transportation, educational materials or mental health services.
To provide guests the proper space for physical distancing.
With new rules in place
There are plans to move performances to a virtual platform
A jump into double digits after just two cases were reported yesterday
Premier Horgan says he's pushing for a national sick pay program but hasn't ruled out a provincial plan
And 22% of businesses fear eviction
A total of 308 homeless people have been moved into indoor housing units thus far
Particularly when physical distancing isn't possible.
Starting tomorrow, May 21
Designed to lower rent by 75% for small businesses affected by COVID-19.
Sadly, three more people died today bringing the death toll to 146
Through a lump-sum payment of around $4 per hour for a 16-week period
The Coho's ferry service also remains suspended at this time.
For charitable organizations struggling to meet increased demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The annual event regularly draws crowds of over 45,000 over Labour Day weekend
The season was set to open May 21st.
Current closure was set to expire this Thursday, May 21st.
The report found that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted rental prices across Canada
What to expect when you visit the Bay Centre and/or the Hillside Shopping Centre
There are now 335 active cases in B.C.
Businesses will be adopting guidelines on a case-by-case basis, but here's an idea of what customers can look forward to once they reopen
If trials are successful, the vaccine could be produced and distributed in Canada.
Learn a new skill, or simply quench your curiosities!
The hotel shut its doors on March 26th.
There are now 355 active cases across the province, and just one active case in the Island Health region
There are now 359 active cases in B.C. and two new outbreaks were reported today
Each ❤️ in a window = $5 to Mustard Seed Food Bank!
Lock-In for Love has a whole new meaning this time around 🐾
The order to close these facilities was originally expected to expire at the end of the month
Families will be contacted by school leaders about individual schedules by May 22
At a cost of around $18.5 million
In an effort to ‘pedestrianize’ the park.
The $73 billion wage subsidy program was initially slated to run until June 6.
Authorities have been advising against non-essential travel this Victoria Day long weekend