Serious motor vehicle collision in South Surrey

ROAD closures are currently in effect as a result of a serious motor vehicle collision in South Surrey. On...

Abbotsford charity goes mobile

THE Salvation Army’s Centre of Hope has gone mobile to meet the need in the community, feeding people out of their Community...

Trudeau announces new partnerships with industries to fight COVID-19

PRIME Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday announced progress under Canada’s Plan to Mobilize Industry to fight COVID-19, which increases Canada’s ability to...

“We must do more”: Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health

DR. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of Health, issued the following statement on Monday in response to COVID-19: ...

Ontario extends Declaration of Emergency until April 13

IN an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep people home, the Government of Ontario has extended the Declaration of...

Building trade union members donate extra masks to support frontline workers

CANADA'S Building Trades Unions has announced a partnership with Canada’s Federation of Nurses Unions to donate extra N-95 respirator masks and other...

Flights arranged for Canadians in India

CANADIAN High Commissioner Nadir Patel in New Delhi tweeted on Monday that "for Canadians in India wanting to return home, flights have...

COVID-19: Guidance provided to industrial camps

FOLLOWING the guidance of Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, the Province is providing guidelines for industrial work camps to support their...

Extended supports help youth in care during pandemic

YOUTH in care will not age out of services during the COVID-19 pandemic and those who have recently aged out will get...

City of Vancouver: Temporary changes to parking and waste collection

THE City of Vancouver announced on Monday that it is introducing temporary changes to some operations to support essential workers and protect...

86 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C. – total 970; 2...

"We have two paths ahead: we will begin to see evidence of a flattened curve or our rates of infection will rise...

Positive results by Surrey COVID-19 Compliance and Enforcement Team

The Team conducted compliance checks at 106 locations across Surrey and issued seven warnings LATE last...

Vancouver Police search for high risk offender Justina Ellis

VANCOUVER Police are asking for the public’s help to locate 37-year-old Justina Ellis (see photo) after she left her halfway house in...

Provincial Health Services Authority suspends pay parking

IN an effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) is suspending pay parking for the...

INDIA: Panic on rise, as 48.3% feel they can get COVID-19

New Delhi (IANS): Even as the COVID-19 positive cases have crossed the 1,000-mark in India and at least 29 people have lost...

‘Stay Home, Stay Put’ and help flatten Vancouver’s curve

VANCOUVER residents are being encouraged to "Stay Home, Stay Put" to keep themselves, their neighbours and their loved ones safe.

75-per-cent wage subsidy will apply to all businesses, non-profits, charities :...

PRIME Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said the 75-per-cent wage subsidy announced last Friday will apply to large and small companies, charities...

Man arrested after faking COVID-19 contact

ONTARIO'S Peel Regional Police have arrested a Brampton man after he claimed to have had contact with a person who had tested...

Surrey School District continues meal programs while classes are suspended due...

THE Surrey School District’s school-based meal program will continue service on Monday, March 30, when classes were meant to resume following spring break.

Conservative Party supporters more likely to say pandemic threat is ‘overblown’

SINCE the novel coronavirus took root in Canadian communities, opinion about the threat it poses has evolved: from initial curiosity and skepticism...
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