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WATCH: One pop-up fireworks seller in Vancouver is expecting more sales on the last Halloween before the city’s ban goes into effect. junos'>Kier Junos reports on their expectations before fireworks sales open Oct. 25.

WATCH: Teara Fraser, a Metis pilot who owns Iskwew Air in Vancouver, will join a number of women in a to-be-released DC graphics novel. junos'>Kier Junos speaks with Fraser about the female essence that gives flight to her airline’s vision.

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WATCH: The demand for medical grade, N-95 masks for frontline healthcare workers in Canada may soon be answered. junos'>Kier Junos reports on the Richmond, B.C. business partnership that will make about 50 million N-95 masks annually.

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WATCH: The demand for medical grade, N-95 masks for frontline healthcare workers in Canada may soon be answered. junos'>Kier Junos reports on the Richmond, B.C. business partnership that will make about 50-million N-95 masks annually.

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WATCH: The COVID-19 pandemic already made senior isolation worse – adding smoke to the equation makes it even harder. junos'>Kier Junos reports on how wildfire haze and the New Westminster pier fire fumes are affecting seniors in Metro Vancouver.

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WATCH: 84-year-old Kayoko Nomura was caught up in parking lot traffic when someone hurled racist insults into her window. junos'>Kier Junos reports on another troubling incident of anti-Asian racism on the Lower Mainland.

WATCH: A new overdose intervention app shows bystanders how to stop an overdose in real time. junos'>Kier Junos reports on the community-minded platform that could save lives.

WATCH: Vish Vadlamani felt inspired give back in honour of his late friend who died from COVID-19. junos'>Kier Junos reports on the tens of thousands of masks Vadlamani’s company is sending around North America.

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WATCH: Finally! A way to get your foot in the door of the Vancouver housing market. junos'>Kier Junos reports on the $50,000 parking stall that already has people asking.

WATCH: The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra performed pop-up sets at several surprise locations in the city. junos'>Kier Junos checks out one of the VSO’s secret gigs!

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