• B.C. to impose travel restrictions until May long weekend over COVID-19

    B.C. to impose travel restrictions until May long weekend over COVID-19
    VICTORIA — British Columbia has extended pandemic restrictions on indoor dining at restaurants and bars until the end of the long weekend in May.
  • B.C. extends COVID-19 measures involving indoor dining for 5 more weeks

    B.C. extends COVID-19 measures involving indoor dining for 5 more weeks
    VICTORIA — British Columbia has extended pandemic restrictions on indoor dining at restaurants and bars until the end of the long weekend in May.
  • Here's When Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Knew They Had To Leave Canada

    Here's When Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Knew They Had To Leave Canada
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s two-hour sit-down with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday included multiple reveals about their mental health, the reported racial discrimination they faced from members within and surrounding the Royal Family and the British press, and much more, including the main driver behind their decision to leave Canada for California.First spotted in Victoria and Vancouver Island in November 2019, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in British Columbia on their extende
  • How Do Canadian And U.S. Cities Stack Up On Length Of Lockdowns?

    How Do Canadian And U.S. Cities Stack Up On Length Of Lockdowns?
    The first day of spring is just a few weeks away, and for Canadians, that means the snow will be melting in just a few months... So of course, our thoughts turn naturally to the many exciting events that come with the arrival of springtime.Except maybe not so much this year, with the COVID-19 pandemic still raging and the country hunkered down, waiting for a vaccine. Some people are likelier than others to enjoy a “normal” spring this year, and it largely depends on where you ar
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  • Pamela Anderson Sells Malibu Mansion, Will Live On Vancouver Island

    Pamela Anderson Sells Malibu Mansion, Will Live On Vancouver Island
    Pamela Anderson is planning to sell her multi-million Malibu mansion and settle down in the Vancouver Island town she was born and raised in, the New York Post reports.The former “Baywatch” actor told the outlet that she decided to move back to Canada following her surprise wedding to her bodyguard, Dan Hayhurst, last Christmas Eve. “I feel more settled on my sustainable ranch on Vancouver Island with space to rescue more animals. It’s still beachfront. One foot
  • New York Times Nanaimo Bar Recipe Dragged By Canadians

    New York Times Nanaimo Bar Recipe Dragged By Canadians
    A custard-fuelled controversy is brewing on Canada’s West Coast and one of the largest newspapers in the United States is to blame.The New York Times Cooking Instagram account shared a recipe and accompanying image for classic Canadian Nanaimo bars this week. But as many Canadians were quick to point out, something wasn’t quite right with the bars pictured.  View this post on InstagramA post shared by NYT Cooking (@nytcooking)“What da f**k have u done to it,” one use
  • B.C.'s Endangered Killer Whales Need Winter Chinook Salmon To Survive: Study

    B.C.'s Endangered Killer Whales Need Winter Chinook Salmon To Survive: Study
    VANCOUVER — Endangered southern resident killer whales would have a much better chance of survival if chinook were in their hunting grounds during winter off the coast of British Columbia, a new study says.The whales expand their menu and the distance they travel as they forage for food from October to March in the waters off California up to Alaska, which leaves them with little energy, says the study published Wednesday in the scientific journal Plos One.Brad Hanson, a wildlife biologist
  • Canada’s Housing Market ‘Far From Risk-Free,' RBC Says As Vancouver Sales Soar 73%

    Canada’s Housing Market ‘Far From Risk-Free,' RBC Says As Vancouver Sales Soar 73%
    February looks to have been another red-hot month in Canada’s housing markets, and as the bidding wars and price hikes pile up, some market observers are trying to cool the temperature a little.The market “is far from risk-free,” RBC Economics warned in a report issued Tuesday.Last year’s predictions of a housing downturn may have proved wrong, but now “the main near-term risk is overheating, not price collapse,” economist Robert Hogue wrote. “Super
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  • B.C. Residents Will Get 1st COVID-19 Vaccine Dose By July, As 2nd Doses Delayed

    B.C. Residents Will Get 1st COVID-19 Vaccine Dose By July, As 2nd Doses Delayed
    Every British Columbian who wants it should have their first COVID-19 vaccine shot by the end of July.B.C. chief medical officer of health Dr. Bonnie Henry announced Monday that the province will delay second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine by up to four months in order to get as many people their first jab as possible.Barring any complications with shipments or procurement, the province’s entire adult population should be able to get their shots by the end of July, significantly moving up t
  • Investigation Underway After Vancouver Cops Allegedly Pose With Dead Body

    Investigation Underway After Vancouver Cops Allegedly Pose With Dead Body
    VANCOUVER — The conduct of two Vancouver police officers is under investigation after video footage emerged of the pair allegedly posing with a dead body at a popular beach.Police spokeswoman Const. Tania Visintin said the officers responded to calls about a deceased person at Stanley Park’s Third Beach on Wednesday, and waited for the coroner to arrive.Visintin would not comment on the officers’ actions but said the police department does not condone, and strictly prohibits, o
  • Chelsea Handler Skis Topless In Whistler To Celebrate 46th Birthday

    There’s turning 46 and then there’s turning 46 like Chelsea Handler. The comedian and TV star took to the slopes of Whistler, B.C. this week to mark another year around the earth. And she did it in cross-border style. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler)Wearing a helmet with both Canada and U.S. flags, Canadian flag pasties and not much else, Handler shared a message of body positivity with people of every age and size with the post.&ldqu
  • Which Province Is The ‘Florida’ Of Canada? Twitter Users Need To Know.

    Which Province Is The ‘Florida’ Of Canada? Twitter Users Need To Know.
    Is B.C. the Florida of Canada? It’s a question many Canadians are asking on social media following a biting comparison from an American doctor. It all started when Harvard University epidemiologist Dr. Eric Fiegl-Ding tweeted about Quebec’s school mask mandate compared to B.C.18 hours after my Quebec shaming tweet 🧵... mask mandate now imposed in all elementary schools!!!
    Meantime, I’m watching the Florida of Canada.... errrr British Columbia 🇨🇦 #CO
  • B.C. Government Slammed For ‘Utterly Ignorant’ COVID-19 Self-Care Bingo Card

    B.C. Government Slammed For ‘Utterly Ignorant’ COVID-19 Self-Care Bingo Card
    The B.C. government is getting heat for a “tone deaf” self-care bingo card that recommends people build a blanket fort, drink tea or dance to manage pandemic stress. The province tweeted out the game on Friday, encouraging people to complete a row, column or diagonal to make sure they’re taking care of their mental health.Self-care can help manage some stress & anxiety during #CovidBC. Identify how you've taken care of yourself so far this week with the goal to complet
  • Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Are Up 717% In Vancouver

    Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Are Up 717% In Vancouver
    LANGFORD, B.C. — Data released by Vancouver police showing a surge in anti-Asian hate crimes last year reinforces the need to treat violence against people of colour as a hate crime, British Columbia’s premier says.Vancouver police data shows anti-Asian hate crimes rose from a dozen in 2019 to 142 incidents in 2020, a 717 per cent increase, while general hate incidents doubled.Vancouver police said last year that the spike in anti-Asian hate crimes coincided with the increases in COV
  • Young Canadians Aren't Just Watching The Indian Farmers' Protest. We're Living It.

    An old Massey Ferguson farm tractor sits on our driveway. Decades have weathered its bright red paint into a muted, rusty hue. Mechanically, it is in great shape and starts on the first turn of the key. It is very similar to the tractors my father remembers seeing around our small, rural village in central Punjab, India — the kind, at the time, my family could never afford. Here in Canada, it is ridiculously impractical for all the reasons we tell ourselves we need it — mostly cuttin
  • Young Canadians Aren't Just Watching The Indian Farmers' Protest. We're Living It.

    Young Canadians Aren't Just Watching The Indian Farmers' Protest. We're Living It.
    An old Massey Ferguson farm tractor sits on our driveway. Decades have weathered its bright red paint into a muted, rusty hue. Mechanically, it is in great shape and starts on the first turn of the key. It is very similar to the tractors my father remembers seeing around our small, rural village in central Punjab, India — the kind, at the time, my family could never afford. Here in Canada, it is ridiculously impractical for all the reasons we tell ourselves we need it — mostly cuttin
  • Canada's Home-Sales Boom Doesn't Even Notice COVID-19's Second Wave

    The unstoppable juggernaut that is Canada’s residential real estate market showed no signs of letting up in January, even as renewed pandemic lockdowns kept buyers searching from home and many sellers on the sidelines.Numbers for Greater Toronto aren’t in yet, but most other major metro areas in Canada reported a record-breaking month, with Greater Vancouver clocking a 52.1-per-cent spike in the number of home sales, compared to last January. The benchmark price for all property type
  • Gary Bath, B.C. Man Who Drove American Family To Border, Gifted New Car

    A B.C. man who gained widespread attention for helping drive a stranded American family to the Alaska-Canada border will soon be able to do that trip in a new car.Gary Bath, a Canadian ranger and military veteran in Fort St. John, helped Lynn Marchessault and her family after they were stranded in a November snowstorm on their way to join her husband.That good deed has been recognized by Planters, the American nut company, which is giving both Bath and Marchessault a new car and a lifetime suppl
  • B.C. Death Threat Letters With White Powder Are A Scam: RCMP

    Cut brake lines. Poisoned packages. Drive-by shootings. Death to you and all your family members. Those are some of the terrifying threats enclosed in a series of letters sent to Metro Vancouver residents in recent weeks. Police are alerting the public after several people in Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam received letters threatening death if they didn’t pay an amount of Bitcoin to an anonymous QR code address. But police say the letters, while alarming, are just a scam.The letter
  • Love Led Me To End My Wanted Pregnancy. Fear Stops Me From Discussing It.

    I discovered I was pregnant on Mother’s Day, at the beginning of a roaring global pandemic. Alone at home in rural British Columbia, I was overjoyed, terrified and instantly in love with this tiny, very-wanted embryo.Five months later, I would be sobbing in a hospital bed at BC Women’s Hospital, staring at my silent baby daughter. She lay motionless in a clear, plastic bassinet on a mound of ice, snugly bundled in the gingham blanket we had chosen for her 10 hours earlier. A white kn
  • Vancouver ‘Hobbit House’ For Rent At A Cool $6,200 A Month

    Ever dreamed of moving to New Zealand, digging a hole in a hill and living that Hobbit lifestyle?The pandemic certainly has a lot of us feeling that, and part of that dream is more achievable for Vancouver renters now that the city’s famous “hobbit house” is back on the market. The 80-year-old iconic property at 587 West King Edward Ave. entered the rental market this week at a cool $6,200 per month. That gets you the unique 80-year-old outdoor visage, and a fully renovate
  • B.C. Host, Guests Receive $17,000 In Fines At Makeshift Home 'Nightclub'

    VANCOUVER — Police have arrested a man who allegedly operated a makeshift nightclub at his Vancouver penthouse and issued fines against him and his suspected guests totaling more than $17,000.Sgt. Steve Addison says the case should be a lesson to anyone caught hosting a party in violation of provincial measures imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic.He says police launched an investigation a week ago after a witness called police to report a large party inside the downtown apartment.Addison
  • Indigenous Woman Turned Away From B.C. Hospital Has Stillbirth: Uncle

    KITIMAT, B.C. — The uncle of an Indigenous woman who gave birth to a stillborn baby after allegedly being turned away from a hospital in British Columbia says she is traumatized by the experience of racism.Dustin Gaucher said his 21-year-old niece, who does not wish to be identified, was two weeks overdue when she started having contractions and went to a hospital in Kitimat.He said staff checked the baby’s heart rate and determined she did not need to be in hospital despite her conc
  • Vancouver, Feds Take Next Step Towards Decriminalizing Illicit Drug Possession

    OTTAWA — The City of Vancouver has received a signal from the federal government to start formal discussions around its plan to decriminalize simple possession of illicit drugs. In a statement Wednesday, Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart called the step “another hopeful and critical milestone on the path towards fully embracing a health-focussed approach to substance use” in the city.“This news comes at a time when the overdose crisis in our city has never been worse,
  • Dr. Bonnie Henry Says Couple Who Travelled To Yukon For Vaccine ‘Should Be Ashamed’

    British Columbia’s chief medical officer had some strong words Monday for a couple that travelled from her province to the Yukon in order to jump the vaccine line.Dr. Bonnie Henry says the vaccine line-hoppers are shameful. “They should be ashamed of themselves, they put a community at risk for their own benefit and that to me is appalling,” she said.Media reports have identified former Great Canadian Gaming Corp. president Rodney Baker and his wife Ekaterina Baker as the
  • Most Provinces Haven’t Spent All Of Their Federal Pandemic Money: Report

    OTTAWA — A new report on billions of dollars the federal government has sent to provinces to help safely reopen the economy suggests much of the money is sitting unused.The report published Tuesday also suggests that federal efforts to stretch the financial impact of those dollars is falling short as many provinces have bucked cost-matching requests.The analysis by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives says six out of 10 provinces haven’t spent all the money the federal governm
  • Lynn Beyak Announces Retirement, Defends ‘Freedom Of Expression’ In Letter

    OTTAWA — Independent Sen. Lynn Beyak announced her immediate retirement Monday, eight years to the day she was first appointed to the Senate by former prime minister Stephen Harper. The Ontario senator said in a statement the timing reflects a promise she made, which she said was contingent on her appointment, to respect Harper’s ideation of eight-year term limits for all senators.“The opportunity to serve Canadians, and Her Majesty the Queen, in this country that has give
  • 4 Years After Leaving NXIVM, Sarah Edmondson Is Still Questioning Everything

    Sarah Edmondson didn’t get much sleep the night before I talked to her. “My kids got up so fucking early this morning,” she tells me over the phone from her home in Vancouver, between sips of coffee. “4:55.”You’d never know she was tired, though. Edmondson is a fast talker, one of those people with a lot of chipper energy, clever, quick to punctuate a story with sharp, funny observations. Anyone who’s seen “The Vow,” the HBO documentary serie
  • 3 Years After Leaving NXIVM, Sarah Edmondson Is Still Questioning Everything

    Sarah Edmondson didn’t get much sleep the night before I talked to her. “My kids got up so fucking early this morning,” she tells me over the phone from her home in Vancouver, between sips of coffee. “4:55.”You’d never know she was tired, though. Edmondson is a fast talker, one of those people with a lot of chipper energy, clever, quick to punctuate a story with sharp, funny observations. Anyone who’s seen “The Vow,” the HBO documentary serie
  • B.C. Shares Plans For Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign

    VICTORIA — British Columbia’s oldest residents will be able to pre-register for COVID-19 vaccinations starting in March after the most vulnerable groups have been immunized under a plan announced Friday as the premier joined health officials in urging residents to remain committed to reducing transmission of the virus.Premier John Horgan said “unprecedented hardship” and grief have continued a year after the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in Canada, though the rollo
  • Rio Theatre In Vancouver Pivots To Sports Bar To Skirt COVID-19 Restrictions

    Any sports fan knows that when the going gets tough, sometimes you have to get creative. While movie theatres in British Columbia remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic until at least early February, one Vancouver institution has found a way to reopen — and all it took was a little teamwork, hustle and sportsmanship. The Rio Theatre in East Vancouver has rebranded as a sports bar and plans to reopen for business Saturday. The theatre announced the move Tuesday with a blunt ch
  • B.C. Woman Leaves Glowing 4.5-Star Review Of Victoria-Area Jail

    Jail may not be an AirBnB, but a B.C. woman who recently spent time in a Victoria-area facility felt the need to rate her stay — and the facility as well as the RCMP officers involved got a surprisingly high mark.This week, West Shore RCMP in Victoria, B.C. received a handwritten letter from a recent inmate thanking them for their service and rating her stay 4.5/5 stars — not too shabby. Police did not publicly identify the review-minded prisoner or what she was in jail for, but
  • Ontario Traveller Dies After Getting Lost On Vancouver-Area Mountain

    SQUAMISH, B.C. — A snowshoer who set out alone on a rugged mountain trail on Vancouver’s north shore Thursday has died.Squamish RCMP say the 21-year-old woman from Ontario was removed from a steep gully Friday morning after an overnight search.She was found on the east side of the Howe Sound Crest Trail about five kilometres from the Cypress Mountain ski area.The Mounties say the woman was transported back to the base of North Shore Rescue and medical staff pronounced her dead.Offici
  • B.C. Detects First Case Of South African Strain As U.K. Variant Cases Grow

    VICTORIA — British Columbia’s provincial health officer expressed concern as she reported the first South African strain of COVID-19 uncovered in the province. Dr. Bonnie Henry said Thursday the person who contracted the South African variant had neither travelled nor had contact with anyone who did, and officials are investigating where the person might have picked up the virus. Another person has also tested positive for the British variant of the virus, bringing that tot
  • B.C. Examining Whether It Can Legally Limit Non-Essential Travel To Province

    VICTORIA — The B.C. government is seeking legal advice on whether it can limit non-essential travel to the province during the pandemic, the premier says.Premier John Horgan told a news conference Thursday there is concern about people coming from other provinces or territories and spreading COVID-19. Horgan said he and other premiers have made the case for Canadians to stay home during the pandemic, but people continue to travel. The issue has been discussed for months and it’s
  • B.C. Minister Ravi Kahlon Shares Heartwarming Note His Son Received After Making A Friend

    Ravi Kahlon is well-regarded for his Olympic achievements in field hockey and role in provincial politics, but the Canadian’s latest accomplishment isn’t in the professional sector. Rather, the B.C. cabinet minister is making waves for a heartwarming tweet about his 10-year-old son. On Wednesday, Kahlon shared on the social media platform how his son’s day at school had gone: During lunch, he and a friend saw a new classmate was sitting alone, so they decided to
  • Vancouver Strip Club The Penthouse Can’t Resist A Dig At U.S. Capitol Security

    The insurrection at the United States Capitol is the latest news story to inspire commentary from an unlikely source — a Vancouver strip club’s marquee sign.A violent mob of Trump-supporters overwhelmed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday in an attempted insurrection of the U.S. government. The armed mob managed to get all the way into the senate chamber and the Capitol was locked down for several hours as security and police attempted to clear rioters out.Much has been said about how easy it
  • B.C. Woman Saw Cash Raining From The Sky And Returned It To Police

    NANAIMO, B.C. — The Mounties say a woman out for a walk in Nanaimo, B.C., was surprised when cash began falling from the sky around her. Police say in a news release the woman was walking on a street in north Nanaimo on Monday when a car “went flying past her.”Seconds later, money started floating down around her.READ MORE2020 Ended With A Literal Dumpster Fire, Because Of CourseHow Canadians Started Community Fridges In Their CitiesHere's The Last Day You Can Pay Using Th
  • Home Sales Hit All-Time Records In Many Canadian Cities Amid Holiday Shutdowns

    With malls closed over the holidays in many places due to the pandemic, it seems Canadians went shopping for houses instead.Home sales in December ― typically a dead zone for real estate transactions ― hit all-time highs in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, the cities’ real estate boards reported this week.“A strong economic rebound in many sectors of the economy, ultra-low borrowing costs and the enhanced use of technology for virtual open houses and showings fuelled and
  • When Will Canada Start Vaccinating The General Population Against COVID-19?

    The COVID-19 vaccine is here and every day thousands of doses are administered across Canada.While we know the key groups getting the shot now — long-term care residents and health-care workers — what about the rest of us? While details vary across the country, provincial health authorities are starting to give us an idea as to when vaccinations will be more widely available.B.C.’s chief medical officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the rollout will constantly evolve in the coming mont
  • Ryan Reynolds Shares His Cameo In One Of Alex Trebek's Last 'Jeopardy!' Episodes

    This week will be the last time you can watch new “Jeopardy!” episodes of the late TV legend Alex Trebek, as the show airs his final episodes as their long-running host.It’s bound to be an emotional watch for fans, including Ryan Reynolds: The “Deadpool” actor shared a clip on Twitter of one of the upcoming episodes, in which the two Canadians present a clue related to Reynolds’ upcoming film, “Free Guy.”“It’s an honour (and a litt
  • There Was A Literal Dumpster Fire On New Year’s Eve In Kelowna

    Was there any other way for 2020 to go out?First responders in Kelowna, B.C. responded to a literal dumpster fire on New Year’s Eve, because apparently the wretched year has a sense of humour. I can't think of a more appropriate way to send off 2020 than a dumpster fire on New year's Eve. #[email protected] fire crews responded to and knocked down a fire in a dumpster outside Source Adult shop, shortly after 10 p.m. tonight. For @KelownaCapNewspic.twitter.com/1lVov1TZRk— Phil McLa
  • B.C. Cutting Off Alcohol Sales At 8 P.M. On NYE To Prevent 'Risky Behaviour'

    VICTORIA — Health officials in British Columbia are cutting off alcohol sales on New Year’s Eve in an effort to prevent gatherings where COVID-19 can spread. Last call for alcohol will be at 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve and the ban continues until 9 a.m. the next day, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said Wednesday. “The purpose is to decrease the late-night consumption of alcohol that leads to what we know can be risky behaviour,” she said. The
  • The Pandemic Closed My Small Business. Now I Make A Living Streaming Video Games.

    One minute I had full-time work at the zero-waste, plant-based street food and catering business my partner founded in late 2018. The next, all of our business was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dozens of people I know also lost their jobs or had to shutter their companies.I counted my blessings (and savings, which could last me and my partner three to four months at best). I qualified for CERB’s monthly $2,000 payment, and anxiously tried without success to find a new job or
  • 2nd B.C. Mink Farm Reports COVID-19 Outbreak Among Animals

    VICTORIA — Minks on a second farm in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans.Three minks that died on the farm tested positive for the virus, the Ministry of Agriculture said in a news release Thursday, noting the animals were tested after some on the farm had diarrhea.It said 23 animals died between Dec. 19 and 23. B.C.’s chief veterinarian has placed the farm under a quarantine prohibiting the movement of animals
  • Provincial Forecasts See Alberta Struggling For Years, High Unemployment In Ontario

    Two of Canada’s most important economic engines ― Ontario and Alberta ― struggled more than others through the 2020 crisis year, but will make up for much of it in 2021, new economic forecasts predict.All the same, Ontario will see an elevated unemployment rate of around 7.5 per cent through 2021, near or higher than the national average, economists at Royal Bank of Canada and TD Bank predicted in recent reports.But that will pale in comparison to Alberta’s projected unem
  • RCMP Quietly Releases Race-Based Data Showing Number Of Black Employees

    OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) quietly released employment statistics showing 1.5 per cent of regular members in officer roles identify themselves as Black.It’s an early glimpse of the disaggregated race-based data the national police force is beginning to collect. This data is currently not published in its employee diversity statistics, updated annually, which organizes staff under four broad categories: persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, members of v
  • Canadian Population Growth Hits Lowest On Record As Ontario, B.C. Shrink

    Canada’s population all but stopped growing this summer, and six provinces saw a historic decline in residents, as border shutdowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic kept new landed immigrants from arriving.Canada’s population increase of 2,767 people in the third quarter of this year is the smallest increase in records going back to 1946, Statistics Canada said in a report released Thursday. It’s so small the statistical agency reported it as 0.0 per cent growth.In a truly unusual re
  • Can You Go Home To Family For Christmas? What To Know About Provincial COVID-19 Restrictions

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas — a very small, small Christmas.Many provinces, including B.C., Alberta and parts of Ontario have strict COVID-19 social gathering limits that will impact the holiday season. In many of those areas, indoor and outdoor social gatherings are banned except for with members of the household you live in, or one or two exceptions for people living alone.In recent weeks, health officials have clarified or confirmed how those restrictions impact ho
  • B.C. Doctors Are Now Prescribing Nature To Boost Patient Health

    Running down the concrete blocks of city streets, Peter Singh found little relief from his sadness and anger.In 2014, he cut short his university semester to return home to Surrey, B.C. to help care for his father who was dying from the unstoppable nervous system disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (also known as ALS or Lou Gerhig’s disease). “I felt a lot of sadness just to watch a human who I loved very much, and had worked so hard to create a business and get it off the gro
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