Coronavirus: Provinces put reopening plans into motion amid COVID-19

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Posted May 12, 2020 6:14 am

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1:59Coronavirus outbreak: Trudeau says feds working with Quebec on reopening

WATCH: Trudeau says feds working with Quebec on reopening

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says Ottawa and Washington are working on plans to deal with an increase in cross-border traffic as states and provinces begin reopening.

There’s currently a Canada-U.S. ban on non-essential travel, which is set to expire next week.

British Columbia is allowing a partial reopening of its economy starting May 19, right after the Victoria Day long weekend.

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The mayor of the provincial capital says the city wants to lend some support by spicing up the downtown core.



Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps said Monday the recipe for a successful restaurant recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic could involve adding outdoor patios, parking lots, sidewalks and even streets to allow for physical distancing.


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