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BC Liquor Stores will mercifully remain open to support your pandemic drinking

BC Liquor Stores will mercifully remain open to support your pandemic drinking

Stores have adjusted hours to allow for additional cleaning and restocking
Save Canadian elderly by keeping your distance: Dr. Tam

Save Canadian elderly by keeping your distance: Dr. Tam

If you practise social-distancing, you are helping to protect the most vulnerable members of your community. That's the message from Canada's chief medical health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, as she addressed the country Friday morning.
Whistler Food Bank seeking support

Whistler Food Bank seeking support

Cash, non-perishable food items needed
Sea to Sky School District rethinks the classroom amid COVID-19

Sea to Sky School District rethinks the classroom amid COVID-19

Learning to continue online, as public schools remain closed
B.C. has 40 new cases, one new death from COVID-19

B.C. has 40 new cases, one new death from COVID-19

Province's top health official warns police action may come if businesses continue without enforcing social distancing
B.C. businesses feeling the pain of COVID-19

B.C. businesses feeling the pain of COVID-19

Almost 8,000 business owners respond to BC Chamber survey, painting dire picture
Whistler effectively closed for business as COVID-19 spreads

Whistler effectively closed for business as COVID-19 spreads

B.C. declares public health emergency; bars and clubs ordered closed
45 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C., bringing provincial total to 231

45 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C., bringing provincial total to 231

There are now 231 cases of COVID-19 in B.C., after provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry confirmed 45 new tests Wednesday. Thirteen people are now in hospital, seven of whom are in intenstive care, said Henry. There are no new deaths.

Employees can refuse unsafe working conditions

Employers need to maintain safe workplaces, know options for refusals
How to care for yourself or someone else with COVID-19 at home

How to care for yourself or someone else with COVID-19 at home

The government has provided advice on how to protect yourself and others in the home, as well as those in your community
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