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B.C. reports second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases in 2021

B.C. reports second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases in 2021

Testing has also increased to one of the highest totals so far this year.
Village of Pemberton eyeing four-per-cent tax-rate increase

Village of Pemberton eyeing four-per-cent tax-rate increase

Council reasons that future risks are too high to keep rate low
COVID-19 vaccinations to begin in Sea to Sky this month

COVID-19 vaccinations to begin in Sea to Sky this month

Seniors 80 and up and Indigenous people 65 and up eligible for vaccine starting March 15
Whistler recorded 18 new COVID-19 cases last week

Whistler recorded 18 new COVID-19 cases last week

VCH says reported cases continue to be identified among young adults, with households being the most common transmission site
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. rise to seven-week high

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. rise to seven-week high

Health officials are closely monitoring 8,659 people for symptoms because of possible infections – the highest total in almost eight weeks.
SD48 says Workplace Math class not off the table

SD48 says Workplace Math class not off the table

Course still offered in Squamish, but district remains concerned vulnerable students overrepresented
Cheakamus Phase 2 progressing, but more decisions yet to come

Cheakamus Phase 2 progressing, but more decisions yet to come

With low interest rates and spring approaching, ‘there’s no time like now’
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