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Gym owner ready to meet challenge of reopening gym under pandemic protocols

Mike Hamill says the changes he's made to Tsawwassen Springs Fitness should be enough for the business to stay afloat, while keeping gym members safe. It's one of many fitness centres that have adapted their operations in order to reopen.

Victoria city council approves use of $300K COVID-19 response fund to house city's homeless

The motion, which passed six to one on Thursday, directs city staff to book hotel and motel rooms in the capital region for homeless people in the City of Victoria.

B.C. man who opted out of MSP now swamped by medical bills after cancer diagnosis

A man from Enderby, B.C., recently diagnosed with colon cancer is facing mounting hospital bills after previously opting out of the province's Medical Services Plan. 

After 101 years in business, Army & Navy department stores to permanently close

The family owned Army & Navy department store chain is closing after more than a century in business.

Bowen Island residents stranded after TransLink suspends bus services

All of Bowen Island’s public transportation services have been suspended by TransLink as the company faces declining revenues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing site sets up in Burnaby's Central Park

A drive-thru COVID-19 testing site has been established in Burnaby’s Central Park for health-care workers and other patients referred by their family doctor.

Crews battle 2-alarm fire at UBC condo development

Vancouver firefighters found flames and heavy smoke in the parkade of a condo construction site early Sunday morning.

B.C. small businesses finding creative ways to stay afloat amid COVID-19

As concerns over COVID-19 increase calls for sanitizing surfaces and social distancing, restaurants and small businesses facing ever fewer patrons are being forced to adapt their business models to stay afloat.

Gas prices dip below $1 per litre in Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley

Gas prices in parts of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley have dropped below $1 per litre as oil prices continue to decline due to global price wars and lower demand from consumers.

Wine waste to palatable paste: Okanagan company turns winery leftovers into flavour boosters

A south Okanagan company is turning a byproduct of the local wine industry into a flavour enhancer for foods.

B.C. research team testing HIV medication to combat COVID-19

New federal funding has been announced for researchers at B.C. universities to help with a global COVID-19 response. But it's not all about developing a cure.

Meeting of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs, federal, provincial governments set after 'miscommunication'

A proposed meeting between the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs, the federal government and the British Columbia government is set to take place on Thursday, following word that talks for a meeting had fallen through Wednesday afternoon. 

Skookum Music Festival cancelled due to unsustainable costs, say organizers

The Skookum Music Festival which was set to return to Stanley Park in 2020 has been cancelled.

Defence lawyers argue man accused of double murder believed he was in a video game

Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam admitted in court earlier this week that he killed Richard Jones, 68, and Dianna Mah-Jones, 65, but is maintaining his original plea of not guilty.  

Little damage, lots of smoke following Metrotown mall fire

The Burnaby Fire Department was called early Friday to respond to a small fire at Metrotown shopping mall.