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Trevor Bruintjes estimates a third of businesses in town will close their doors during this pandemic.
Marisca calls on the community to be kind while keeping some space between us
Time to put away your bird feeders and secure garbage
Safety and health is a top priority for parents
Smithers and District Chamber of Commerce says businesses are not looking to the future
Advice from the Canadian Mental Health Association on coping with the Coronovirus
I talked to a lot of parents this week about how they were holding up with their kids being home and in self isolation. Most people seemed very optimistic and fortunate they could work from home and genuinely enjoy some quiet, quality time with the family. I suppose last week was March Break and most people were prepared for their children to be home anyways. I'd be interested to talk with the same people though after week two, or three (or four!) of this crisis.
Anyone with information on these or other poaching incidents are being asked to call the RAPP line
Ms Bork was shocked when she got to YVR and saw people not obeying provincial health doctor's orders
Pick-up suspended, but Salvation Army will deliver
Challenge increased with closure of all northwest airports except Terrace
However steps and precautions are taking place
Marisca talks about this crazy week
Land transfer process expected to continue through 2021
However team lead is confident they have the capacity to meet the needs of the community
Taiyisia Kasum won a silver medal.
Public concerns dominated by pot holes on village roads
Many places and businesses have closed or reduced their hours
Some facilities will be temporarily closed to the public as they monitor the status of Coronavirus.
Marisca writes about the importance of acknowledging how far women's rights have come in Canada