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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Local News

COVID-19: Three new coronavirus deaths in B.C.

COVID-19: Three new coronavirus deaths in B.C.

Province restricts public gatherings to less than 50 people as case total tops 100
Canada closes borders in effort to contain spread of COVID-19

Canada closes borders in effort to contain spread of COVID-19

Entry into Canada will be denied to those who aren't Canadians or permanent residents, with some exceptions
Whistler Chamber weighs in on Whistler Blackcomb closure

Whistler Chamber weighs in on Whistler Blackcomb closure

Survey launched to find out about the needs of businesses during COVID-19
B.C. food industry ready for COVID-19 marketplace

B.C. food industry ready for COVID-19 marketplace

Restaurateurs, grocers draft virus-survival strategies
Whistler Blackcomb to close from March 15 to 22

Whistler Blackcomb to close from March 15 to 22

All Vail Resorts' North American mountains to close for one week while officials assess rest of season
Squamish resident self-identifies as having COVID-19

Squamish resident self-identifies as having COVID-19

District of Squamish acknowledges self-identified case; District continues to be in contact with and will follow the Ministry of Health advice
VSO offers virtual BeethovenFest finale in response to COVID-19

VSO offers virtual BeethovenFest finale in response to COVID-19

Tune in the the livestream at 2 p.m. this afternoon (Sunday, March 15) for Beethoven's Sixth Symphony live from the Orpheum Theatre
RMOW to open emergency ops centre

RMOW to open emergency ops centre

'This is devastating for Whistler,' Mayor Crompton says of COVID-19 impact
Two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Pemberton

Two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Pemberton

Anyone who was at the Pemberton & District Community Centre on March 11 from 2:30 to 8 p.m. to monitor for symptoms
WSSF on pause, looking for 'creative' ways to move forward in light of COVID-19: Gibbons

WSSF on pause, looking for 'creative' ways to move forward in light of COVID-19: Gibbons

Webcasts, other solutions possible to avoid creating large gatherings