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Gibbons family’s generous gift creates new UBC endowment

Gibbons family’s generous gift creates new UBC endowment

‘It’s hard to express how much it allows me to do,’ says Whistler Secondary grad and Mary E. Gibbons Memorial Centennial Award recipient Abby Unruh
B.C. COVID-19 infections near 10,000

B.C. COVID-19 infections near 10,000

With 115 new infections, the total number of people ever infected with COVID-19 is 9,956
Restaurants Canada calls on next B.C. government to support foodservice industry

Restaurants Canada calls on next B.C. government to support foodservice industry

Restaurants are likely to be among the slowest sectors of the economy to recover from the pandemic
Straws, stir sticks and bags among first targets of countrywide plastics ban

Straws, stir sticks and bags among first targets of countrywide plastics ban

Canada intends to add plastics to a list of toxic items under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act
Whistler police looking for ‘suspicious male’ who grabbed woman on Valley Trail

Whistler police looking for ‘suspicious male’ who grabbed woman on Valley Trail

Police Briefs: Woman reportedly assaults officer after skipping out on restaurant bill
BC Ferries offers advice for Thanksgiving long-weekend travel

BC Ferries offers advice for Thanksgiving long-weekend travel

“If you are travelling without a booking, you may experience sailing waits during popular sailing times.”
District of North Van to put teeth in bear bylaw

District of North Van to put teeth in bear bylaw

Under new proposal residents could face a $100 fine for the first offence, and $500 for a second offence.
Turn of seasons highlights business mental health concerns

Turn of seasons highlights business mental health concerns

Metro Vancouver companies brace for spike in stress and anxiety as pandemic extends into fall
'We'll see real progress, quickly': Horgan on NDP's health platform

'We'll see real progress, quickly': Horgan on NDP's health platform

A new medical school, a 10-year cancer plan and creating 7,000 jobs for new care workers in B.C. are among the party's health promises
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. rise again, at highest level in two weeks

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. rise again, at highest level in two weeks

There are now 1,384 people actively fighting the virus that has caused a global pandemic
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