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COVID-19 numbers and news for Nov. 24

November 24, 2020
There were 153 active COVID-19 cases in the Northern Health region as of Nov. 24, with 29 new cases reported Tuesday (678 total). There have been 519 recoveries, six deaths, and 32,119 tests to . . .

B.C. education minister wants to avoid school closures completely

November 18, 2020
VANCOUVER — British Columbia's education minister hopes the government will be able to avoid school closures under any scenario but he would defer to advice from public health officials should . . .

Canadians asked to celebrate Diwali virtually in bid to limit COVID-19 cases

November 14, 2020
Celebrants of Diwali were forced to find new ways to mark the holiday this weekend as the heeded warnings from politicians and community leaders to keep gatherings to a minimum. The typical festivals. . .

Geoff Johnson: How do we get young people to behave responsibly during the pandemic?

November 8, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a harsh, unflattering spotlight on something most Canadians would like to believe comes naturally to us, something that differentiates us from our neighbours south of. . .

Port Moody little libraries a passion project for book-loving cousins

November 6, 2020
Port Moody has two new libraries, thanks to a passion for reading shared by a pair of students. The little libraries, which welcome visitors to share their literary finds with others, were . . .

How much COVID-19 risk is too much? Advice to parents from Dr. Bonnie Henry

November 6, 2020
Lay off the birthday parties and sleepovers – and maybe consider cutting back on your children’s extracurricular activities. That was some of the advice for parents from provincial health officer. . .

Tri-Cities blasted by fireworks on Halloween — but no big problems for police

November 2, 2020
A noisy night of fireworks didn’t amount to problems for Coquitlam police or firefighters but sure riled up a few people. Former Coquitlam councillor Terry O’Neill posted on Facebook that . . .

Vancouver party-goers flout COVID-19 rules Halloween night

November 2, 2020
Social media posts showed downtown streets crowded with party-goers on Halloween night, apparently flouting COVID-19 safety protocols. Vancouver police say they are disappointed after social . . .

SCARY STORY CONTEST: Young Tri-City writers serve up some terrifying tales for Halloween

November 1, 2020
The Coquitlam Public Library and the Port Moody Public Library once again partnered with the Tri-City News to present the Scary Story Contest, which asked young people to write a terrifying tale in. . .

Opinion: Why is anybody shocked COVIDIOTS ran rampant on Halloween?

November 1, 2020
Social media was ablaze on Halloween night – split between outrage over fireworks and the thousands of COVIDIOTS who decided they didn’t care if they got or spread COVID-19. The videos seen below. . .

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