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    COVID-19 pandemic common financial questions

    The COVID-19 pandemic is putting a major strain on the finances of people across the country. The federal and provincial governments have launched...

    Kelowna provides financial relief to residents during pandemic, other cities consider options

    The City of Kelowna has voted to give its residents and property owners a break while continuing to provide essential services during the...

    Headline Coronavirus heart health impact

    One of the side effects of coronavirus is injuries to the heart. Doctors at St. Pauls’ Hospital are now studying if an existing...

    Consumer Matters: Keeping your credit intact through coronavirus outbreak

    The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on the financial health of many Canadian families. Consumer Matters reporter Anne Drewa has some...

    Changing advice on non-medical masks and COVID-19 protection from B.C. health officials

    After weeks of being told that non-medical masks aren’t terribly helpful to prevent the spread of coronavirus, public health officials are now changing...

    Application process opens for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit

    More than half a million Canadians applied for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit, on the first day the program was opened. It’s a...

    B.C. Ferries to start screening passengers for COVID-19 – BC

    Starting as soon as possible B.C. Ferries will start screening all passengers for COVID-19 symptoms before allowing people on one of the vessels.Passengers...

    B.C.’s top doctor weighs in on benefits of non-medical masks: ‘Not going to protect you’

    B.C.’s provincial health officer says non-medical masks are fine to wear, but “not an alternative to the things we know work” to stop...

    Oliver, B.C. man released early from Okanagan jail due to COVID-19 outbreak

    A South Okanagan man says he was released early from the Okanagan Correctional Centre (CC) to reduce the jailhouse population in the wake...

    British Columbia Securities Commission warning about companies aggressively promoting COVID-19 cure

    The British Columbia Securities Commission is warning the public to “exercise extreme caution” in dealing with companies aggressively promoting products or initiatives to...

    Okanagan bans open burns, campfires to curb smoke during COVID-19 pandemic

    With wildfire season on the horizon for British Columbia, there are concerns that smoke pollution will only make the COVID-19 pandemic worse.Although the...

    B.C. evening weather forecast: April 5

    The Sunday, April 5, 2020 evening weather forecast for Metro Vancouver and British Columbia. Source link

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    The Central Okanagan school board calls the choice to cancel school bus services in June a tough decision.School District 23 board chairperson Moyra...

    Poll finds big bump in approval for B.C. premier amid COVID-19 response

    More than seven in 10 British Coumbians approve of the job Premier John Horgan is doing, according to a new poll.The Angus Reid...
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