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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.
Province announces back-to-school COVID-19 safety plan

Province announces back-to-school COVID-19 safety plan

Sea to Sky schools among those that received upgraded ventilation systems for the upcoming school year
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.
COVID-19 occupancy at B.C. hospitals, ICUs hit months-high levels

COVID-19 occupancy at B.C. hospitals, ICUs hit months-high levels

Three more COVID-19 deaths in B.C. raise province's pandemic death toll to 1,827.
Six more COVID-19 deaths push death toll in B.C. to 1,824

Six more COVID-19 deaths push death toll in B.C. to 1,824

The six deaths is the highest single-day COVID-19 death total since May.
Tragic Squamish summer on Highway 99 continues

Tragic Squamish summer on Highway 99 continues

Locals mourn young ‘thoughtful and loving, humble and gracious' man’s death in an Aug. 26 crash
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. highest since early June

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. highest since early June

Two more COVID-19 deaths in B.C. raise province's pandemic death toll to 1,818.
Squamish Valley sawmill already rebuilding after Tuesday fire: general manager

Squamish Valley sawmill already rebuilding after Tuesday fire: general manager

'Nobody was hurt, which is the most important thing,' says Todd Kion.
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for B.C. residents

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for B.C. residents

Who will require a third dose and when?