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COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. down 40% so far in 2021

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. down 40% so far in 2021

Nine more British Columbians have lost their lives during the pandemic, for a death toll of 1,278 so far.
Cannabis retail on Whistler’s 2021 work plan—resources permitting

Cannabis retail on Whistler’s 2021 work plan—resources permitting

Council briefs: A year on Zoom (and counting); It’s never too early to think FireSmart
B.C. sees worst year on record for overdose drug deaths

B.C. sees worst year on record for overdose drug deaths

New data from BC Coroners Service shows 1,716 died of an overdose in 2020
Whistler officials eye ‘strategic’ recovery as COVID fatigue sinks in

Whistler officials eye ‘strategic’ recovery as COVID fatigue sinks in

Whistler Recovery Working Group provides update on business, labour and more
Backcountry advisory: The freezing Arctic outflow will yield to new snow this weekend

Backcountry advisory: The freezing Arctic outflow will yield to new snow this weekend

'You might not need to sell your soul for this new snow—but you will need to keep a close eye on conditions to stay safe,' write Avalanche Canada forecasters
COVID-19 transmission is slowing in Whistler, says VCH

COVID-19 transmission is slowing in Whistler, says VCH

Whistler has now logged 614 cases since Jan. 1
Pemberton council OKs nature centre grant application

Pemberton council OKs nature centre grant application

Council briefs: Fourth quarter departmental reports
COVID-19 hospitalizations rise in B.C., as do active infections, marking pause in recent headway

COVID-19 hospitalizations rise in B.C., as do active infections, marking pause in recent headway

Four more people have died from the virus across the province, raising the death toll to 1,263.
Bus ride to Whistler flagged for possible COVID-19 exposure

Bus ride to Whistler flagged for possible COVID-19 exposure

BC Centre for Disease Control identified Jan. 29 Epic Rides trip from Vancouver to Whistler for potential exposure
Here's how much West Vancouver-Sea to Sky candidates spent in the last B.C. election

Here's how much West Vancouver-Sea to Sky candidates spent in the last B.C. election

BC Liberal MLA Jordan Sturdy had the largest war chest and ran up the highest bill during the 2020 election.
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