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MainConnect NewslettersVancouverMay 2021 Vancouver Newsletter


May 2021 Vancouver Newsletter

May is the fifth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the third of seven months to have a length of 31 days. May is a month of spring and was named after the Greek goddess of fertility Maia.


May Day
May 1, 2021

On May 1st, May Day ushers in a traditional celebration of flowers and spring. In many ancient calendars, May 1st welcomed the first day of summer. This was truly a cause for celebration.

Star Wars Day
May 4, 2021

National Star Wars Day was first organized in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Toronto Underground Cinema in 2011. May 4th was chosen because of the play on words.

Cinco De Mayo
May 5, 2021

Celebrate Mexican heritage, culture, and history. Explore foods and traditions, music, and cinema. Immerse yourself in the language and discover new connections. Uncover the long-lost history and share your treasures.

Victoria Day
May 24, 2021

The holiday began as a celebration to honour Queen Victoria, who ruled Great Britain and Ireland for most of the 19th century.


Vancouver Campus New Address

5th Floor 549 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC, V6C 2C2

Restrictions Extended

The B.C. government is extending a ban on social gatherings, events, indoor dining and group fitness activities for adults through the May long weekend. The current restrictions will now be in place until May 24 at midnight – 12 a.m. May 25. The number of daily COVID cases in B.C. is now on a downward trend, but hospitalizations continue to go up. The province put a circuit breaker in place three weeks ago.

The Hospitality Industry Post Covid-19

The global hospitality sector has been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis. Understanding how this behaviour has evolved and responding effectively to those changes will be critical to enabling businesses to recover in a post-pandemic economy. That time has come. Authorities across Canada and other parts of the world have begun to reopen their economies, and the hospitality sector is gearing up to open its doors once again.