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B.C. vaccinates more than 200,000 people for COVID-19, as second dose shots fall to a trickle

B.C. vaccinates more than 200,000 people for COVID-19, as second dose shots fall to a trickle

203,193 B.C. residents have had at least one dose of a vaccine, for an average of 2,639 people per day during the roll-out.
WCSS fighting hunger in schools through mini-fridge program

WCSS fighting hunger in schools through mini-fridge program

Classrooms across Whistler will soon be home to self-serve fridges stocked with fresh food
Backcountry bulletin: 'March can be a real trickster when it comes to avalanche conditions'

Backcountry bulletin: 'March can be a real trickster when it comes to avalanche conditions'

March is historically the deadliest month in the avalanche world, say Avalanche Canada forecasters
‘After I tried skiing, everything changed’

‘After I tried skiing, everything changed’

Whistler resident becomes first Syrian refugee to earn ski instructor certification
B.C. records two more COVID-19 deaths, as vaccination roll-out stays slow

B.C. records two more COVID-19 deaths, as vaccination roll-out stays slow

Only 7,501 vaccine doses administered in past day, as total number of British Columbians vaccinated approaches 200,000.
Visitor education initiative coming to Sea to Sky

Visitor education initiative coming to Sea to Sky

Tourism Squamish-led project receives provincial funding to improve visitor behaviour and experience in Whistler and the Sea to Sky corridor
Village of Pemberton council preview for March 2

Village of Pemberton council preview for March 2

First look: Cannabis business licence fee review; Grant application pitches portable ice rink
Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council looks back on surprisingly strong 2020

Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council looks back on surprisingly strong 2020

After adjusting to the pandemic, the organization saw a productive year, with new projects planned for 2021
B.C. records 1,478 new COVID-19 cases, and eight deaths in past three days

B.C. records 1,478 new COVID-19 cases, and eight deaths in past three days

B.C.'s death toll from the pandemic has risen to 1,363.
VCH to open COVID-19 vaccination clinics March 15

VCH to open COVID-19 vaccination clinics March 15

Eligible Whistler seniors, Indigenous people can book starting March 8