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    20 new COVID-19 cases in B.C., no new deaths

    20 new COVID-19 cases in B.C., no new deaths

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    British Columbia has recorded 20 new COVID-19 cases in a day for the first time since June 3.However, there were no new deaths associated...
    How pets are helping residents of one B.C. seniors’ home get through COVID-19

    How pets are helping residents of one B.C. seniors’ home get through COVID-19

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    Visits to B.C. seniors’ homes have been severely restricted for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but residents at one Vancouver Island facility have...
    Vancouver’s No5 Orange strip club closed temporarily after employee tests postive for COVID-19

    Exposure notice expanded after 2nd COVID-19 case linked to Vancouver strip club

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    Health officials have expanded a possible COVID-19 exposure notice for the No5 Orange strip club.Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) had initially advised the public that...
    Vancouver’s No5 Orange strip club closed temporarily after employee tests postive for COVID-19

    Vancouver’s No5 Orange strip club closed temporarily after employee tests postive for COVID-19

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    A Vancouver strip club shut down Monday after a staff member tested positive for the novel coronavirus.Colin Choo, operation manager with the No5 Orange,...
    B.C. records 12 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

    B.C. records 12 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

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    There have been 12 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C. over the past 24 hours, including one epidemiologically (epi) linked case, and no new...
    Vancouver could green-light booze in selected parks, Monday

    Vancouver could green-light booze in selected parks, Monday

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    The Vancouver Park Board will vote Monday on pilot project that would allow adults to drink alcohol in designated areas of 10 parks.The vote...
    Barkerville apologizes for ad ‘making light’ of epidemic that devastated First Nations

    Barkerville apologizes for ad ‘making light’ of epidemic that devastated First Nations

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    A tourist attraction that offers a window into B.C.’s gold rush history is apologizing over an ad campaign that makes light of the pandemic.The...
    Summerland converting part of campground for seasonal workers

    Summerland converting part of campground for seasonal workers

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    The District of Summerland says it will be temporarily converting part of a local campground into a site for seasonal agricultural workers.According to the...
    Carriage operator says Stanley Park lane closure an ‘accident waiting to happen’

    Carriage operator says Stanley Park lane closure an ‘accident waiting to happen’

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    The operator of Stanley Park’s iconic horse-drawn carriage says the removal of a lane of vehicle traffic is putting people at risk.Stanley Park Drive,...
    ‘A devastating loss’: B.C. Charter bus companies struggling to survive pandemic

    ‘A devastating loss’: B.C. Charter bus companies struggling to survive pandemic

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    With no cruise ships delivering international tourists, no conventions and no concerts this summer, British Columbia’s charter bus operators are struggling to survive during...

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    Heat wave the latest challenge to those living in encampments in Toronto

    Heat wave the latest challenge to those living in encampments in Toronto

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    Mark Baratta sips a cold Gatorade outside his tent under the shade of a tree at a large encampment in Toronto’s west end, the...
    Calgary Folk Music Festival goes virtual amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Calgary Folk Music Festival goes virtual amid COVID-19 pandemic

    The Calgary Folk Music Festival announced it’s going virtual this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.In April, the organization said it would be cancelling its...
    Class-action lawsuit alleges meat packer failed to take coronavirus precautions in Alberta

    Class-action lawsuit alleges meat packer failed to take coronavirus precautions in Alberta

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    A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Cargill Ltd. that claims the meat-packing company failed to take reasonable precautions to protect its workers in...