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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

As more and more people face layoffs due to the COVID-19 crisis, the B.C. government has announced a new renters' rebate and a freeze on evictions across the province.As more and more people face layoffs due to the COVID-19 crisis, the B.C. government has announced a new renters' rebate and a freeze on evictions across the province.

B.C. suspends evictions, offers renters' rebate of up to $500 a month | CTV News

The latest numbers came in a scheduled daily briefing with provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix.The latest numbers came in a scheduled daily briefing with provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix.

COVID-19: B.C. count continues to grow with 145 new cases | The Province

The latest numbers came in a scheduled daily briefing with provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix.The latest numbers came in a scheduled daily briefing with provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix.

COVID-19: B.C. count continues to grow with 145 new cases | The Province

Health care workers are being tested for COVID-19 at an assessment site in Vancouver where they can be swabbed without having to leave their vehicles.Health care workers are being tested for COVID-19 at an assessment site in Vancouver where they can be swabbed without having to leave their vehicles.

“BREAKING - Dr. Bonnie Henry says there are 42 new positive cases in BC. There 659 cases in BC right now. There are 339 in Vancouver Coastal. There is one new long care home with a case, Broadway Pentecostal Lodge. #bcpoli”

Richard Zussman on Twitter: "BREAKING - Dr. Bonnie Henry says there are 42 new positive cases in BC. There 659 cases in BC right now. There are 339 in Vancouver Coastal. There is one new long care home with a case, Broadway Pentecostal Lodge. #bcpoli"

“Today's update by Dr. Bonnie Henry confirmed 42 new cases of #COVID19 for a total of 659 cases in BC. Of those, 183 have recovered. Full statement: https://t.co/kssUODhlVj”

Adrian Dix on Twitter: "Today's update by Dr. Bonnie Henry confirmed 42 new cases of #COVID19 for a total of 659 cases in BC. Of those, 183 have recovered. Full statement: https://t.co/kssUODhlVj"

“BC’s provincial health officer @DrBonnieHenry says there are 42 new cases in BC which have tested positive bringing provincial total to 659. https://t.co/gNN1mCFEud”

Neetu Garcha on Twitter: "BC’s provincial health officer @DrBonnieHenry says there are 42 new cases in BC which have tested positive bringing provincial total to 659. https://t.co/gNN1mCFEud"

“Dr.Bonnie Henry also says there is one more care centre with a positive case.That brings the number to 9 long-term care facilities.She also says that there has been another death at Lynn Valley Care Centre. #covid19Canada #BC #COVID19”

Melanie Nagy on Twitter: "Dr.Bonnie Henry also says there is one more care centre with a positive case.That brings the number to 9 long-term care facilities.She also says that there has been another death at Lynn Valley Care Centre. #covid19Canada #BC #COVID19"

Locals Skylar Bartel & Alayna Tam have small wedding, surprised by family and friends in car paradeLocals Skylar Bartel & Alayna Tam have small wedding, surprised by family and friends in car parade

VIDEO: Young B.C. couple tie the knot in wake of COVID-19 – Victoria News

Dr. Bonnie Henry calls for alternatives to live ‘celebrations and ceremonies’Dr. Bonnie Henry calls for alternatives to live ‘celebrations and ceremonies’

Weddings, big gatherings have to stop, B.C.’s COVID-19 doctor says – Abbotsford News

Local news for Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley. Stuff that mattersPremier John Horgan has announced a number of temporary measures to help renters in British Columbia. It’ll offer households up to $500 a.

BC announces $500-per-month rental supplement, temporary halt on evictions

‘Assume COVID-19 may be circulating within (your) community’ – Interior Health‘Assume COVID-19 may be circulating within (your) community’ – Interior Health

Why you don’t know which B.C. city has COVID-19 cases: Interior Health explains – Williams Lake Tribune

Another day brings dozens of more confirmed cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 42 new ... more ›

More than 40 news cases of COVID-19 in BC, 10 more recoveries - My Campbell River Now

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.

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

Renters and landlords in B.C. are getting help from the provincial government to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.The measures were announced by Premier JohnRenters and landlords in B.C. are getting help from the provincial government to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.The measures were announced by Premier John

UPDATE: Evictions suspended, $500 rebate to help renters, landlords in B.C. - InfoNews

There was one new death since Tuesday from COVID-19, bringing the total to 14, but fewer new cases.Today's COVID-19 cases are down from yesterday, but there has been one new death

COVID-19: 42 new cases, one death - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

There was one new death since Tuesday from COVID-19, bringing the total to 14, but fewer new cases.Today's COVID-19 cases are down from yesterday, but there has been one new death

COVID-19: 42 new cases, one death - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

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

B.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updatesB.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updates

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