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B.C. records 820 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths

B.C. records 820 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths

ICU patient totals rise in the 11th straight B.C. COVID-19 data update
Squamish council walks back some earlier criticism of Woodfibre LNG's water lease application process

Squamish council walks back some earlier criticism of Woodfibre LNG's water lease application process

District staff had five to six weeks to respond — not days — as was earlier said at council.
What is Sea to Sky fish guiding worth to the local economy?

What is Sea to Sky fish guiding worth to the local economy?

Corridor guides create Sea to Sky Fishing Guides Economic Study in an effort to get more sway with DFO.
Squamish school bus woes being ironed out: SD48

Squamish school bus woes being ironed out: SD48

Two new systems are being implemented to ensure buses are available for students who need them each school year.
Unvaccinated COVID-19 patients fill B.C. ICU wards

Unvaccinated COVID-19 patients fill B.C. ICU wards

Of the 130 people now in intensive care units at B.C. hospitals, 111 are unvaccinated. 774 new cases
BC Highway Patrol ramping up enforcement in Sea to Sky this weekend

BC Highway Patrol ramping up enforcement in Sea to Sky this weekend

Motorists can expect ‘large presence’ of both marked and unmarked police vehicles on Highway 99
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.
Squamish Food Policy Council asking for input about farm hub program

Squamish Food Policy Council asking for input about farm hub program

While early, the results of the survey so far are showing that there is a need for a farm hub, says council co-founder.
Nexii emerges as B.C.'s latest unicorn after $45M raise

Nexii emerges as B.C.'s latest unicorn after $45M raise

Construction firm says it's the fastest company in Canada to hit US$1B valuation.
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.