The American border is closed, non-essential travel is still discouraged, and we should still be spending most of our time at home. But would-be travellers are starting to look to the future, and the travel industry is offering unprecedented incentives to lure them back.
Students can start applying for the Canada Student Emergency Benefit on Friday. The new pandemic benefit from the federal government, designed to help students get through the coming months, could force some students into jobs where they may not feel safe but there are conditions.
The province is starting to talk about reopening, and you’re going to be spending less time at home after nearly two months stuck in the house. If you haven’t done your spring cleaning, here are some tips to improve your home before things start to get back to normal.
TransLink has had to adjust operations to deal with the COVID-19, closing the lost property office. However, that’s created problems for some people trying to get their valuables, like a lost wallet, back.
Cars are doing some physical distancing of their own, waiting in the driveway until we head back to work. But there are some things you can go to keep your car in shape so it’s ready to get back on the road when the time comes.
As grim as it sounds, COVID-19 has prompted many people to get their affairs in order. Estate planning is something that we all typically put off, but if you don’t have a will it puts a huge burden on those you leave behind.