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Explainer: The BC Recovery Benefit

Starting Dec. 18, eligible families can receive up to $1,000, and individuals can receive up to $500 from the B.C. Recovery Benefit with applications open until June 30, 2021. Promised during the provincial election campaign, and officially announced on D
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