1. B.C. imposes moratorium on evictions, offers $500 a month for renters  CTV News
  2. B.C. offers $500 a month for renters, bans evictions and rent increases  Global News
  3. B.C. bans majority of evictions during COVID-19 pandemic  CBC.ca
  4. B.C. suspends evictions, offers renters' rebate of up to $500 a month  CTV News
  5. Renters ‘could still face eviction’ under Government coronavirus plans  Telegraph.co.uk
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The B.C. government has imposed a moratorium on residential evictions and will provide renters with up to $500 per month for the next four months to meet rent payments.The B.C. government has imposed a moratorium on residential evictions and will provide renters with up to $500 per month for the next four months to meet rent payments.

B.C. imposes moratorium on evictions, offers $500 a month for renters | CTV News

The B.C. government is offering renters up to $500 a month for the next three months to ensure British Columbians affected by the novel coronavirus crisis can keep paying for their home.The B.C. government is offering renters up to $500 a month for the next three months to ensure British Columbians affected by the novel coronavirus crisis can keep paying for their home.

B.C. offers $500 a month for renters, bans evictions and rent increases | Globalnews.ca

The province has announced a moratorium on evictions, with some exceptions, while B.C.'s emergency order is in place.The province has announced a moratorium on evictions, with some exceptions, while B.C.'s emergency order is in place.

“With lost jobs and lost wages due to COVID-19, many people are struggling to pay for the essentials. That's why BC stepped up to be the first province delivering direct help for renters and landlords. https://t.co/CFmCzdZRah”

John Horgan on Twitter: "With lost jobs and lost wages due to COVID-19, many people are struggling to pay for the essentials. That's why BC stepped up to be the first province delivering direct help for renters and landlords.… https://t.co/Tnnh1QrCI7"

“Community connection is important during this challenging time, but it must be done virtually or w/physical distance. This is to protect everyone - especially elders & those vulnerable to severe illness. Today's full update on BC's response to COVID-19 ⬇️ https://t.co/PtbPkrQMDC”

John Horgan on Twitter: "Community connection is important during this challenging time, but it must be done virtually or w/physical distance. This is to protect everyone - especially elders & those vulnerable to severe illness. Today's full update on BC's response to COVID-19 ⬇️ https://t.co/PtbPkrQMDC"

“BREAKING: BC govt. announces plan to give renters up to $500 a month for four months. Ban on evictions (with some exceptions). Suspend student loan payments til September. Rent freeze. "No one is going to lose their home," says Premier @jjhorgan . #COVID19 #bcpoli”

Keith Baldrey on Twitter: "BREAKING: BC govt. announces plan to give renters up to $500 a month for four months. Ban on evictions (with some exceptions). Suspend student loan payments til September. Rent freeze. "No one is going to lose their home," says Premier @jjhorgan . #COVID19 #bcpoli"

“B.C. announces moratorium on evictions to protect renters during COVID-19 crisis. Also announces rent freeze. @CTVNewsVI https://t.co/f20HMmQD9F”

Robert Buffam on Twitter: "B.C. announces moratorium on evictions to protect renters during COVID-19 crisis. Also announces rent freeze. @CTVNewsVI https://t.co/f20HMmQD9F"

John Horgan called out Canada's financial institutions today on their role in ensuring homeowners are provided with temporary mortgage payment relief.John Horgan called out Canada's financial institutions today on their role in ensuring homeowners are provided with temporary mortgage payment relief.

Government comes to renters’ aid | Oliver Chronicle

The B.C. Government is bringing in a moratorium on the eviction of renters during the coronavirus pandemic, in addition to a $500 renters supplement for landlords.The B.C. Government is bringing in a moratorium on the eviction of renters during the coronavirus pandemic, in addition to a $500 renters supplement for landlords.

BC government announces eviction moratorium, rent subsidy - BC News - Castanet.net

Premier John Horgan announced Wednesday that the B.C. government will be offering $500 per month to help renters dealing with a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The supplemental funds. . .Premier John Horgan announced Wednesday that the B.C. government will be offering $500 per month to help renters dealing with a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The supplemental funds. . .

Province making $500 a month available to renters due to COVID-19 | Kamloops This Week

Osoyoos Times Staff The B.C. Government is issuing rental relief funding directly to landlords, halting evictions and freezing rent increases across the province in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. The government announced a supplement of up to $500 a month towards rent on top of federal and provincial financial supports already announced earlier this …

B.C. Government announces renter support, halts evictions - Osoyoos Times - Osoyoos Times

“Nobody should lose their home as a result of COVID-19," Premier John Horgan said in a news release.“Nobody should lose their home as a result of COVID-19," Premier John Horgan said in a news release.

COVID-19: B.C. tenants eligible for monthly rent supplements of up to $500 after pandemic-related job losses | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

COVID-19: B.C. making $500 a month available to renters

COVID-19: B.C. making $500 a month available to renters | Vancouver Sun

Rent supplement will be paid directly to landlords, in cases where tenants are struggling to pay rent due to income lost through virus crisisRent supplement will be paid directly to landlords, in cases where tenants are struggling to pay rent due to income lost through virus crisis

B.C. announces $500-a-month rent supplement, freezes rent increases and evictions | Vancouver Courier

Premier John Horgan announced Wednesday a rental supplement, as well as a rent freeze and suspension of current and future evictions in B.C. during the novel coronavirus pandemic.Premier John Horgan announced Wednesday a rental supplement, as well as a rent freeze and suspension of current and future evictions in B.C. during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Province to provide rent subsidies, suspend evictions amid COVID-19 pandemic - NEWS 1130

Program also bars rent increases, but no measures to help homeowners.Program also bars rent increases, but no measures to help homeowners.

Eviction Ban, $500 Monthly for Renters in BC’s Pandemic Housing Plan | The Tyee

COVID-19: B.C. making $500 a month available to renters

COVID-19: B.C. making $500 a month available to renters | Vancouver Sun