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B.C. vaccine stockpile grows as province clarifies vaccination process for vulnerable people

B.C. vaccine stockpile grows as province clarifies vaccination process for vulnerable people

B.C. has administered 557,508 out of the 736,460 doses of vaccine that it has received from the federal government, meaning it has 178,952 doses on hand, according to its COVID-19 dashboard.
Weird weather: check out the steam devil captured by a Squamish photographer

Weird weather: check out the steam devil captured by a Squamish photographer

Tim Cyr shot the striking image in the Squamish Estuary.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. top 300 for first time since January

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. top 300 for first time since January

There were 16 more COVID-19-related deaths in B.C, recorded in the past three days, for a total of 1,437.
Squamish businesses crack the Top 5 for Small Business BC nominations

Squamish businesses crack the Top 5 for Small Business BC nominations

Sḵwálwen Botanicals and Chiwis Kiwi Chips are runners-up in their respective categories.
How these young B.C. women are helping to end period poverty

How these young B.C. women are helping to end period poverty

Two young Metro Vancouver women have been busy organizing a spring drive to collect menstrual products for women in remote First Nations communities in Northern and Coastal B.C.
Getting the COVID-19 vaccine an emotional experience for Squamish dental staff

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine an emotional experience for Squamish dental staff

Front-line medical staff vaccinated as provincial government ramps up program.
Squamish's marine zoning overhaul passes first reading

Squamish's marine zoning overhaul passes first reading

The proposed bylaw will have implications for liveaboards, navigation, marinas, fuel, and industry, among other things.
COVID-19 exposure at Squamish’s Valleycliffe Elementary

COVID-19 exposure at Squamish’s Valleycliffe Elementary

School District 48 says three classes have been asked to monitor their symptoms.
New daily COVID-19 infections in B.C. hit 10-week high, as vaccinations hit record high

New daily COVID-19 infections in B.C. hit 10-week high, as vaccinations hit record high

Two more people have died from COVID-19 in B.C. for a total of 1,421.