Donald Trump is giving the Chinese company ByteDance 90 days to get rid of any connections that support TikTok in the United States. Trump’s executive order on Friday says there is “credible evidence” that ByteDance “might take action that threatens to impair the national security of the United States.” We still don’t know what that means for the US users of TIkTok. We’re safe in Canada though, don’t worry.
Canada’s Finance Minister Bill Morneau will resign as both minister and MP after a week of tension between himself and the Prime Minister over COVID-19 pandemic economic policies.
British Columbia has marked a grim milestone: over 100 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in one day. The biggest risk being 20-40 years old who are bold enough to have indoor parties. 236 cases were announced during today’s briefing.
Coquitlam RCMP are looking for your help! Two women were sent to the hospital late last night after a Dodge pickup lost control and rolled into the off ramp to Highway 1. While both women were sent to the hospital, only one had life threatening injuries.
Kids, get ready to learn math in masks! Anyone working in a B.C. school will be required to wear a mask in ‘high traffic areas’. The province has also announced masks will be required for students at middle and high schools in circumstances where maintaining physical distance is impossible.
The CFL has officially cancelled the 2020 season! The Grey cup will not be presented this year, for the first time since 1919.
A worker at Surrey’s Czorny Alzheimer Centre in Cloverdale has tested positive for COVID-19 – Fraser Health sending almost five hundred personnel to the home to respond to the outbreak – the staff member currently isolating at home.
Coquitlam’s little league has had almost all of its money stolen – More than 200-thousand dollars has suddenly disappeared from the account – – parents first raising concerns after they hadn’t received their refund after the league cancelled its 2020 season.
The League will be holding a virtual conference later this month to update affected families – the matter now handed over to the RCMP.
Canada Revenue Agency has suspended all online services after more than five-thousand online accounts were cyber attacked over the weekend – hackers obtaining users personal information.
– The accounts are hoped to be brought back today.
An air quality advisory remains in effect for the Fraser Valley due to high concentrations of ozone – with the hot and sunny weather expected to continue into mid week.
The Surrey Police Board has officially launched its search for a chief of police – in the posting it says ‘the successful candidate will work with the board and community to build a police service that reflects Surrey’s growth and values – posting closes next Friday.
A dangerous sex offender who poses a high-risk to re-offend is now living in Surrey.
‘Howard Geddes-Skelding’ was released from BC Corrections on Friday – RCMP releasing a warning shortly after.
Another weekend – another report people not social distancing.
Videos on social media show two large drum circles that took place in Vancouver over the weekend of people hanging out shoulder to shoulder – granville strip also packed with partiers – health minister adrian dix saying ‘he’s deeply concerned’.
Trump is launching a massive multi-million dollar digital ad campaign to try and become president again – one of those moves – taking over the youtube banner starting tomorrow!