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B.C. leaders make case for hosting regenerative 2030 Olympics

B.C. leaders make case for hosting regenerative 2030 Olympics

Whistler mayor voices support for B.C.-wide bid
South Britannia surf park eyes 2024 opening

South Britannia surf park eyes 2024 opening

Development south of Squamish plans for more than 1,000 units of housing
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. top 500 for first time; surgeries postponed

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. top 500 for first time; surgeries postponed

Non-urgent surgeries will be postponed in nine hospitals across the Lower Mainland for the next weeks.
WFRS makes short work of Rainbow fire

WFRS makes short work of Rainbow fire

None injured; fire suspected to be caused by malfunctioning barbecue
Cleaning up Canada’s highways one bottle at a time—on foot

Cleaning up Canada’s highways one bottle at a time—on foot

Andy Sward is bringing his Million Bottle Pledge up the Sea to Sky Highway for Earth Day—and he’s asking locals to pitch in 
Whistler hopes restricting travel will save summer

Whistler hopes restricting travel will save summer

As businesses deal with another hit to the bottom line, tourism leaders hopeful move will shift traveller behaviour 
COVID-19 transmission is decreasing in Whistler

COVID-19 transmission is decreasing in Whistler

An additional clinic day is scheduled to take place on April 28 at Whistler Conference Centre
Backcountry bulletin: Waving goodbye to another winter

Backcountry bulletin: Waving goodbye to another winter

Avalanche Canada will issue its final public avalanche forecasts for the season on Friday
New B.C. travel restrictions will not separate Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health regions

New B.C. travel restrictions will not separate Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health regions

No roadblocks will be set up between the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health regions.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit record high, as new infections plateau

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit record high, as new infections plateau

Number of those actively battling COVID-19 infections has fallen to the lowest number in two weeks.
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