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B.C. health officials not providing basic data on COVID-19 testing

B.C. health officials not providing basic data on COVID-19 testing

The 74 new positive tests reported in B.C. Saturday is a lagging indicator of novel coronavirus infections, said Dr. Bonnie Henry
Vancouver Island distillers brew up sanitizer to fill void

Vancouver Island distillers brew up sanitizer to fill void

Companies offer it for free to first responders
B.C. restaurants could lose up to 100,000 jobs over three months

B.C. restaurants could lose up to 100,000 jobs over three months

Restaurants Canada anticipates the B.C. industry will lose nearly $3 billion
RMOW offering temporary free transit

RMOW offering temporary free transit

Whistler Transit moving directly to summer service on March 27
B.C. restaurants ordered to move to takeout, delivery only

B.C. restaurants ordered to move to takeout, delivery only

Move comes as B.C. reports 77 new cases of COVID-19 today
'The virus is in the community,' medical health officer says

'The virus is in the community,' medical health officer says

VCH warns it will not issue advisory for every local case of COVID-19 and locals should protect themselves
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