Three week Circuit Breaker

New and amended orders and guidelines are in effect through April 19, 2021, and include: * For restaurants, bars and pubs, all food and liquor-serving premises must only provide take-out or delivery service. Dine-in service is prohibited, except for outdoor …

Changes to long-term care visitation on the way

People in long-term care and their loved ones will have more ways to safely spend time together, with long-term care visitation rules easing on April 1, 2021. “This pandemic has taken an incredible toll on people in long-term care and …

Sustaining arts and culture organizations

Arts and culture organizations are getting an extra boost to help keep the sector resilient as B.C.’s economy works to recover from the pandemic. “I know how difficult this past year has been for artists, without being able to connect …

Front-line priority workers

Starting in April, front-line priority workers can receive their first dose of the AstraZeneca/SII COVISHIELD (AZ/SII) vaccine. Front-line priority workers identified by the COVID-19 Workplace Task Group and public health include: First responders (police, firefighters, mergency transport) K to 12 …

Spencer speaks on rent freeze on CBC

The Early Edition with Stephen Quinn B.C. government looks to freeze rent until the end of the year Listen here Vancouver West-End MLA Spencer Chandra-Herbert speaks with Stephen Quinn about why his government wants to stop increases this year as …

B.C. looks to extend rent freeze to end of 2021

By Richard Zussman  Global News Posted March 1, 2021 The provincial government says it plans to extend the current freeze on residential rent hikes for all of 2021. Sarah MacDonald has reaction. The B.C. government has introduced legislation that, if passed, will …