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COVID-19 infections in B.C. surpass 60,000, as hospitalizations fall

COVID-19 infections in B.C. surpass 60,000, as hospitalizations fall

Hospitalizations are at a three-week low; ICU residency at lowest level in seven weeks
‘We just want this place to get better’

‘We just want this place to get better’

Communities That Care’s young adult survey pulls no punches 
BC AdventureSmart dropping by Whistler for Avalanche Awareness Days

BC AdventureSmart dropping by Whistler for Avalanche Awareness Days

BC AdventureSmart will be posted at the base of the Blackcomb Gondola this weekend as part of Avalanche Awareness Days
Multiple agencies respond to Jan. 9 avy in Whistler backcountry

Multiple agencies respond to Jan. 9 avy in Whistler backcountry

No skiers caught in slide, but touring group flown out after losing its gear
Pemberton council wary of easing retaining wall restrictions

Pemberton council wary of easing retaining wall restrictions

Council sends proposal back to staff, encourages residents to seek variances
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to lowest total in almost 10 weeks

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to lowest total in almost 10 weeks

536 people detected with virus in the past day in B.C., while seven seniors die
'Jesse was a bright light in this town'

'Jesse was a bright light in this town'

Tributes pour in for Whistlerite Jesse Van Roon, who died in a snowboarding accident last week 
Whistler entrepreneur talks small business with PM

Whistler entrepreneur talks small business with PM

Trudeau has been meeting virtually with business owners for input on recovery
B.C. sees 12 more COVID-19 deaths, as number of active infections keeps falling

B.C. sees 12 more COVID-19 deaths, as number of active infections keeps falling

Province detected 519 new infections in the past 24 hours
Here's Avalanche Canada's latest backcountry advisory for the Whistler area

Here's Avalanche Canada's latest backcountry advisory for the Whistler area

As of Wednesday, Jan. 13, the snowpack for the Sea to Sky region is currently complex, with multiple avalanche problems from direct-action storm and wind slabs, write Avalanche Canada's forecasters