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  2. Survey finds B.C. businesses facing major hurdles, as province seeks to reopen economy  Globalnews.ca
  3. COVID-19: Many in B.C. not comfortable with reopening plans | Vancouver Sun  Vancouver Sun
  4. BC businesses carefully open doors  Western Investor
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A new survey of B.C. businesses has found many think they'll need ongoing government support, while others are having trouble bringing staff back during the pandemic. A new survey of B.C. businesses has found many think they'll need ongoing government support, while others are having trouble bringing staff back during the pandemic.

Survey finds B.C. businesses facing major hurdles, as province seeks to reopen economy | Globalnews.ca

A new survey of B.C. businesses has found many think they'll need ongoing government support, while others are having trouble bringing staff back during the pandemic.

Survey finds B.C. businesses facing major hurdles, as province seeks to reopen economy | Globalnews.ca

A survey of British Columbia businesses finds barely one quarter believe they can open and operate profitably as the province gradually eases COVID-19 restrictions.A survey of British Columbia businesses finds barely one quarter believe they can open and operate profitably as the province gradually eases COVID-19 restrictions.

Most B.C. businesses can't make profit amid COVID-19 restart: survey | CTV News

“B.C. has the second lowest number of #COVID19 deaths per capita of any province, U.S. state, or western European country with at least five million people. While the Czech Republic's rate of death slowed considerably in the last week, B.C.'s didn't.”

Justin McElroy on Twitter: "B.C. has the second lowest number of #COVID19 deaths per capita of any province, U.S. state, or western European country with at least five million people. While the Czech Republic's rate of death slowed considerably in the last week, B.C.'s didn't.… https://t.co/vkM95CoxhB"

“This week, people across BC have used @WorkSafeBC public health guidelines for safe interactions to increase activities while protecting workers, customers, friends and family. This careful approach is our way forward in BC's Restart Plan. Full update: https://t.co/ITncTdlsjF”

John Horgan on Twitter: "This week, people across BC have used @WorkSafeBC public health guidelines for safe interactions to increase activities while protecting workers, customers, friends and family. This careful approach is our way forward in BC's Restart Plan. Full update: https://t.co/ITncTdlsjF"

“.@UBC researchers are moving forward creative solutions by looking at sustainable & #BC-sourced PPE in response to #COVID19. Innovations like this are vital to Canada’s recovery & growth. https://t.co/awtwydBU8x”

Harjit Sajjan on Twitter: ".@UBC researchers are moving forward creative solutions by looking at sustainable & #BC-sourced PPE in response to #COVID19. Innovations like this are vital to Canada’s recovery & growth. https://t.co/awtwydBU8x"

“B.C. skipper John Philip Stirling gets a 40-month sentence in Portland for smuggling methamphetamine on the high seas: https://t.co/9tChoytTR5 Here's a story I did when he pleaded guilty in January: https://t.co/cy5ZQm0Yia”

Kim Bolan on Twitter: "B.C. skipper John Philip Stirling gets a 40-month sentence in Portland for smuggling methamphetamine on the high seas: https://t.co/9tChoytTR5 Here's a story I did when he pleaded guilty in January: https://t.co/cy5ZQm0Yia"

Some Metro Vancouver businesses could be better off staying closed than risk re-opening during the second phase of the B.C.’s government's plan to safely and gradually re-open the economy. “This . . .Some Metro Vancouver businesses could be better off staying closed than risk re-opening during the second phase of the B.C.’s government's plan to safely and gradually re-open the economy. “This . . .

B.C. businesses carefully open doors | Western Investor

Only a quarter of B.C. businesses feel confident of restarting and operating profitably as the province eases into its pandemic restart plan. And more than half (55%) expect a restart will take . . .Only a quarter of B.C. businesses feel confident of restarting and operating profitably as the province eases into its pandemic restart plan. And more than half (55%) expect a restart will take . . .

Only a quarter of B.C. businesses feel confident of restart | Dawson Creek Mirror