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COVID-19 metrics in B.C. keep rising, but no new deaths

COVID-19 metrics in B.C. keep rising, but no new deaths

Hospitalizations and ICU patient counts up to new highs since May.
Rhino Party’s Jeffrey offers voters an alternative to the status quo

Rhino Party’s Jeffrey offers voters an alternative to the status quo

Whistler local takes aim at political corruption in second bid for office
Whistler PPC candidate Bebb wants to prevent what he sees as Canada’s slide into ‘Marxist dictatorship’

Whistler PPC candidate Bebb wants to prevent what he sees as Canada’s slide into ‘Marxist dictatorship’

Mitigating climate alarmism, rescinding COVID-19 restrictions, and protecting Canadians’ rights the crux of Bebb’s platform
North Shore parents criticize lack of transparency on school COVID cases

North Shore parents criticize lack of transparency on school COVID cases

No notices will go out to families on individual cases of COVID-19 in classes, says Dr. Bonnie Henry. Parents will still be informed about outbreaks, she says
15 more die from COVID-19 in B.C., 2,425 newly infected

15 more die from COVID-19 in B.C., 2,425 newly infected

Hospitalizations and ICU patient counts are highest since May.
How the B.C. vaccine card will work

How the B.C. vaccine card will work

New vaccination certificate rolls out next week
Photo ID, QR codes the new norm under B.C. vaccine card plan

Photo ID, QR codes the new norm under B.C. vaccine card plan

Businesses urged not to call police if patrons don't show vaccination status.
Drivers reminded to slow down ahead as school starts: ICBC

Drivers reminded to slow down ahead as school starts: ICBC

School begins on Sept. 7 in B.C.
Cuban Salsa classes starting up on Bowen Island this fall

Cuban Salsa classes starting up on Bowen Island this fall

The classes start at the beginner level and the hope is to build a community of Salsa dancers in the long-term
Circular Bowen takes on the challenge of recycling the hard stuff: toothbrushes, potato bags, broken deck chairs

Circular Bowen takes on the challenge of recycling the hard stuff: toothbrushes, potato bags, broken deck chairs

Here's how Bowen Islanders can participate