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B.C. again sets records for COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU patients, active cases, new vaccinations

B.C. again sets records for COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU patients, active cases, new vaccinations

Number of people with variant-of-concern infections has declined by 48, to 212.
‘Don’t start a fire’: Sun, high temps and wind prompt weekend fire warning for B.C.

‘Don’t start a fire’: Sun, high temps and wind prompt weekend fire warning for B.C.

While there are no fire bans in place, Coastal Fire is urging caution one year after an early-season wildfire sparked in Squamish
Local artist launches INSPO-Art series to give back

Local artist launches INSPO-Art series to give back

Inspired by compelling locals, Jenna Jones’ initiative gives 100 per cent OF profits from print sales to worthy causes 
Pemberton gets first look at Community Climate Action Plan

Pemberton gets first look at Community Climate Action Plan

Next step is to weigh in with survey running over several weeks
B.C. has record number of active COVID-19 infections; hospitalizations top 400 for first time

B.C. has record number of active COVID-19 infections; hospitalizations top 400 for first time

Record number of people are also now in ICU with COVID-19: 125.
VCH looks to complete Whistler vaccination plan by April 18

VCH looks to complete Whistler vaccination plan by April 18

Whistler’s medical director urges people to stick to safety measures post-immunization 
Four people hospitalized after Highway 99 vehicle collision near Squamish

Four people hospitalized after Highway 99 vehicle collision near Squamish

Three of those people were transported in serious condition.
UPDATE: Whistler recorded 179 new COVID-19 cases last week

UPDATE: Whistler recorded 179 new COVID-19 cases last week

Resort has tallied 1,685 lab-confirmed cases this year
Whistler real estate keeps on rolling

Whistler real estate keeps on rolling

Low interest rates, remote-work capabilities continue to drive demand
Sea to Sky highway closed for several hours after Wednesday collision

Sea to Sky highway closed for several hours after Wednesday collision

Highway 99 is expected to reopen before 10 p.m., according to Squamish RCMP
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