Monthly Archives: March 2020

GM Update Covid-19

By Jennifer Silver | March 31, 2020

Dear Terminal City Club Members, It has been a couple of weeks since our temporary closure began, and although there has been no change in our opening status, I did want to reach out to everyone simply to keep you informed of what’s happening behind the scenes. When it became apparent that we would need Read More

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Club Closure FAQ (Updated)

By Jennifer Silver | March 23, 2020

CLUB CLOSURE FAQ In an effort to address the questions of our members regarding our recent closure, please review the frequently asked questions below: Can I collect items from my locker? Yes, please email to arrange a time to come by the Club. Members can come and collect any required belongings pending the following Read More

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Temporary Club Closure

By Jennifer Silver | March 17, 2020

After thorough discussion, and with the support of our Board of Directors and club management, we have decided to close TCC as of 10 p.m. March 17, 2020, until further notice. As we have expressed in previous communications with respect to the current public health situation, our primary focus is the health and safety of Read More

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COVID-19 St. Patrick’s Day closure

By Jennifer Silver | March 16, 2020

Early Monday evening, Mayor Kennedy Stewart announced a Public Health Order mandating that all bars and restaurants in Vancouver’s downtown core be closed for St. Patrick’s Day, Tuesday March 17. This order applies to all restaurant outlets at Terminal City Club, including the Lions Pub. As such, the Lions Pub, Cuvee, 1982, the Grill, and Read More

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Update on Club Operations with respect to COVID-19

By Jennifer Silver | March 15, 2020

March 15, 2020 This afternoon our Board of Directors convened a meeting to discuss Terminal City Club’s plan for operations in the current public health environment. Our primary focus is the health and safety of our staff, members, and community. After much discussion, and with acknowledgment that circumstances are continuously evolving, at this time the Read More

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