Shuttered by coronavirus emergency, B.C. fitness businesses go online

The studios and gyms may have been shuttered over coronavirus fears, but fitness businesses in B.C. are still breaking a sweat to keep clients

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Vancouver police report recent spike in commercial break-ins as businesses close 

Vancouver police say there’s been an increase in thefts from commercial spaces in the last week as businesses closed down to stem the spread

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Why B.C. is not rushing toward a ‘lockdown’ on non-essential businesses

Premier John Horgan told reporters Monday that shuttering non-essential businesses during the coronavirus crisis was not an approach he preferred. After unveiling plans for a $5-billion

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Uncertainty the new normal for small businesses in Calgary as virus spreads

Calgary businesses are struggling with what their next steps should look like as the economic effects of COVID-19 seem to increase day-by-day with virtually

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Winnipeg restaurants, businesses close amid COVID-19 pandemic, donate food to vulnerable – Winnipeg

A group of Winnipeg restaurants and businesses that have closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic are donating food and making meal’s for the city’s vulnerable.

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‘Waiting to see what happens next’: Edmonton businesses face challenges with COVID-19

Edmonton businesses are concerned about the effects of COVID-19 on their bottom line, with many companies making changes to their services.  Jeff Nachtigall, co-owner

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Businesses in B.C. ‘feeling the pinch’ of coronavirus outbreak on global markets

Businesses in British Columbia are bracing for an economic downturn as global trade sputters with the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus, with industries

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Businesses say bad communication from City hurt their sales

Businesses along 3rd Ave and Lauriston Street are concerned with the lack of communication from the City after road closures and short notice water

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Some Manitoba businesses overcharging on new 7% PST rate – Winnipeg

On Canada Day, Manitobans were supposed to be celebrating a cut in the PST Monday after the provincial government officially reduced it to 7

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Northwest B.C. small businesses hurt by 2018 wildfires eligible for extra funding

Small business owners in northwest B.C. who suffered financial losses in the wake of British Columbia’s 2018 wildfires can now apply for additional assistance of

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