Meagan Brame runs the Saxe Point Daycare in Esquimalt. She says thorough hand washing for toddlers is just one of the requirements that will make running daycares especially challenging in the COVID-19 era.
British Columbia's chief electoral officer is recommending the government make several changes to protect the provincial electoral process from foreign interference, misleading advertising and impersonation.
The federal government committed Monday to advancing talks with the provinces and territories on ensuring that every worker in Canada who needs it can access 10 days of paid sick leave a year, a measure viewed as important to the 'recovery phase' of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Firefighters were called to a Victoria hotel early Sunday morning for reports of a fire in one of the rooms currently housing people who were relocated from tent cities in Topaz Park and along Pandora Avenue.
Police in Victoria say they have made more than one arrest as part of the ongoing effort to move those who had been living in tents on Pandora Avenue into hotel rooms secured by the provincial government.
British Columbia's top doctor says she strongly encourages the federal government to use its resources to monitor international travellers entering the province instead of providing any help with contact tracing.
Meagan Brame says it’s remarkable how few toddlers at her daycare, Saxe Point Daycare, have gotten sick this spring. She attributes much of that good health to COVID-19 related measures, including extra hand-washing and physical distancing.