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Sea to Sky health officer tries to quell concerns over WB’s gondola policy

Sea to Sky health officer tries to quell concerns over WB’s gondola policy

Dr. John Harding says data shows no significant risk of COVID-19 transmission in similar enclosed settings
B.C. reports fewest new daily COVID-19 infections since August: 324

B.C. reports fewest new daily COVID-19 infections since August: 324

Seven more COVID-19 deaths push death toll in province to 2,281.
'It looked like the forest moved onto the road': Mudslide witness details experience stuck on Highway 99

'It looked like the forest moved onto the road': Mudslide witness details experience stuck on Highway 99

One person is dead and others remain missing after the Monday morning tragedy north of Pemberton
Whistler’s FireSmart program kept ‘kicking butt’ in 2021, but the work is far from done

Whistler’s FireSmart program kept ‘kicking butt’ in 2021, but the work is far from done

Updated community protection plan, monitoring program in the works
COVID-19 patient count in B.C. ICUs lowest since August

COVID-19 patient count in B.C. ICUs lowest since August

Numbers of new and active COVID-19 infections are also in a steady decline.
Fatality reported in mudslide north of Pemberton

Fatality reported in mudslide north of Pemberton

RCMP confirm death of Lower Mainland woman as search efforts continue into Tuesday afternoon, two others missing
Will regional transit be included in the 2022 budget?

Will regional transit be included in the 2022 budget?

MLA Sturdy introduces bill to help push long-delayed project along
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. fall to three-month low

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. fall to three-month low

B.C. ICUs have not had fewer COVID-19 patients since September 1.
Mudslide closes Duffey Lake Road, flood watch issued for Whistler as rainfall warning remains in effect

Mudslide closes Duffey Lake Road, flood watch issued for Whistler as rainfall warning remains in effect

With two weeks to go, Whistler is on track to surpass its monthly precipitation average for November by the end of the day
Conservation officers, RMOW working on mitigating bear encounters at local campground

Conservation officers, RMOW working on mitigating bear encounters at local campground

Attractant management a key priority at Riverside Campground