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WorkSafeBC blitz finds COVID-19 violations at more than half its Whistler inspections

WorkSafeBC blitz finds COVID-19 violations at more than half its Whistler inspections

Common infractions include employers not conducting proper health checks, not having proper equipment available or used correctly, and infractions to occupancy limits
Active COVID-19 infections, and hospitalizations continue to fall across B.C.

Active COVID-19 infections, and hospitalizations continue to fall across B.C.

Another 13 people have died from COVID-19 in B.C., raising the province's death toll to 1,259
Whistler Multicultural Society looks to offer anti-racism training, resources

Whistler Multicultural Society looks to offer anti-racism training, resources

Organization receives $7K grant as part of Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network 
Pemberton applies COVID lens to 2021 budget

Pemberton applies COVID lens to 2021 budget

Municipality opens months-long process at Committee of the Whole
Environment Canada issues weather warning for Whistler ahead of Arctic blast

Environment Canada issues weather warning for Whistler ahead of Arctic blast

Temperatures on Thursday could feel like -23 degrees C in the valley
Meet Lil’wat Nation’s new CAO

Meet Lil’wat Nation’s new CAO

Lil’wat Business Group CEO Kerry Mehaffey had held role on an interim basis since February 2020
The Point launches online fundraiser with benefits

The Point launches online fundraiser with benefits

Arts News: Teeny Tiny Art Show opens for submissions; Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival returns 
Whistler RCMP nab driver for speeding—and for failing to quarantine

Whistler RCMP nab driver for speeding—and for failing to quarantine

Whistler police doled out five tickets for public health order violations last weekend
Sale of Squamish climbers' haven up for discussion

Sale of Squamish climbers' haven up for discussion

The District of Squamish is seeking to buy land in the Smoke Bluffs from the Federation of Mountain Clubs of B.C., which promises it will consult climbers before a decision is made.
Labour Relations Board rejects Whistler Blackcomb snowmakers as collective bargaining unit

Labour Relations Board rejects Whistler Blackcomb snowmakers as collective bargaining unit

Board says snowmakers’ shared duties with other departments makes them inappropriate for bargaining