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COVID-19 vaccinations hit daily record in B.C. as new infections keep falling

COVID-19 vaccinations hit daily record in B.C. as new infections keep falling

Two more people die from COVID-19 in B.C., raising the province's death toll to 1,624
Whistler doctors wrestle with backlog of Pap tests due to COVID-19

Whistler doctors wrestle with backlog of Pap tests due to COVID-19

Physician turns to pilot initiative to help work through long list of women who need follow-up exams 
New COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall, as hospitalizations decline, 20 die

New COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall, as hospitalizations decline, 20 die

More than two million British Columbians have now had at least one dose of vaccine.
Friends of the Whistler Public Library hosting virtual used book sale

Friends of the Whistler Public Library hosting virtual used book sale

Whistler book lovers can buy 15 books for just $15
Upcoming speaker series to explore Whistler’s tourism future

Upcoming speaker series to explore Whistler’s tourism future

Whistler Learning Centre rebrands as Whistler Institute
The Climbing Contagion

The Climbing Contagion

At the Alpine Club of Canada’s annual General Mountaineering Camp, enthusiasm is catching
Rid the Vid makes trash clean-up a Whistler community effort

Rid the Vid makes trash clean-up a Whistler community effort

New initiative offers prizes for strange finds as part of ‘trash challenges’
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. fall for 10th straight update

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. fall for 10th straight update

Hospitalizations recede, as seven more die from the novel coronavirus.
Bonnie Henry defends B.C.'s data-release procedures

Bonnie Henry defends B.C.'s data-release procedures

More demographic data on COVID-19 spread in B.C. is "coming very soon."
Pemberton wetland area at risk due to vehicles, campers

Pemberton wetland area at risk due to vehicles, campers

Lil’wat Nation, Pemberton Wildlife Association ask people to only visit sensitive area by foot