Since elective surgeries got back on the table , Fraser Health says 8,259 have been performed in the province between March 16th to 24th.

Gone are the days of making $6.50 an hour at McDees!
B.C.’s Minimum wage jumps from $13.85 an hour to $14.60 this Monday –  rumours it could climb as high as $15.60 in 2021!

Sneek in a walk on the White Rock promenade before the rain comes! The walkway is reopening as of 5pm today with 50% of waterfront parking also available!

Are housing prices going to sky-rocket once the pandemic’s over?
That’s what Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Selina Robinson will be speaking about at a Surrey Board of Trade Digital Town Hall today at 1pm.
Update to come!

Asthma sufferers can breathe easier! Starting today you can sign up to receive air quality texts from the government that will warn you if the air’s gotten worse from wildfire smoke – or just a daily update on how the air’s looking.

Cruise ships carrying more than 100 passengers are banned from entering Canada until October.

Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced Friday morning cruise ships with 100 or more passengers will continue to be banned in Canadian waters until Oct. 31 “to ensure that Canadians and our transportation system remain safe and secure.”

The cop that is on the hook for killing a black man in custody has been arrested.

Two more deaths and nine new cases of COVID-19 yesterday, bringing the provincial death toll to 164 here in B.C.

Specialized health teams have now been sent to fight outbreaks at two Metro Vancouver long-term care homes.

The COVID-19 outbreak at the Mission Institution in B-C’s FraserValley has been declared over.

“God is the giver and taker of life” is what the Delta Hospice believes – they are fighting the Government on the right for Medical Assisted Deaths – even though the society, as a whole, may lose 1.5 million in provincial funding next year.

Starting this weekend we can start to play outside at parks again! Vancouver park board opening SkateParks today – playgrounds,field sports, basketball and volleyball courts,and playgrounds are set to open Monday.

You can check out a movie at the Twilight Drive in Langley this weekend – there is a 50 car max, and you need to bring your own snacks as the concession will remain closed – washrooms will be open. There are

The Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension could take longer than planned – as the COVID-19 pandemic has delayed TransLink’s latest investment plan update set for July.

You can take your knowledge test with ICBC again as of yesterday, your written test as of Monday – new drivers waiting on the road test will have to wait for now.

Protesters in Minneapolis have torched a local police station upset over a controversial death in police custody. George Floyd, a black man, died on Monday while being arrested as a white police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly eight minutes. That officer and four others worked at the precinct that was burned before being fired earlier this week.