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Pharmacy technicians, Dentists, and midwives allowed to give Covid-19 vaccine in BC

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Some of BC's 172 mass immunization clinics will need up to 500 staff, Dentists, midwives, pharmacy technicians and a raft of other health professionals will be recruited for mass vaccination clinics to open next month...

Canada’s vaccine supply from Europe remains secure: Trudeau

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he received further reassurance this week that Canada’s expected supply of COVID-19 vaccines is secure. Trudeau says he spoke this morning with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen about...

BC marks one-year anniversary of first confirmed case of Covid-19

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Thursday marks one year since BC’s first confirmed case of Covid-19. A man in his 40s tested positive on Jan. 28, 2020, after returning from Wuhan, China — the original epicentre of the...

Pay parking returns to White Rock waterfront

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Pay parking returns to White Rock's waterfront. If you’re going to be parking on White Rock’s waterfront this week, be sure to be have change or a credit card with you. While the city provided...

26 test positive for Covid-19 at a homeless centre in Surrey

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Fraser Health has declared a Covid-19 outbreak at the Surrey Emergency Response Centre after finding evidence of transmission among staff and clients. The emergency response homeless shelter, which initially opened to reduce the spread of...

Windstorm hit BC’s South Coast, Lower Mainland

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Some B.C. ferries service cancelled, power outages, seawall closed after strong windstorm overnightTwo ferry sailings have been canceled on Wednesday morning as power out for thousands after an overnight windstorm hammered BC’s South Coast...

Canada to vaccinate federal inmates against Covid-19 before seniors & frontline workers

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Canada will start inoculating its federal prison inmates against COVID-19 starting Friday, protecting a vulnerable population that many jurisdictions have struggled to keep safe during the pandemic, a government statement said on Wednesday. Correctional...

Fatal crash closes Hwy. 1 near 264 Street

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An early morning crash that claimed the life of a pedestrian closed Hwy. 1 eastbound after 264 Street in Aldergrove for more than six hours on Sunday. Pedestrian was hit by three vehicles. Abbotsford Police...

First doses of Covid-19 vaccine for BC frontline health-care workers

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BC's first doses of Covid-19 vaccine will be going to certain frontline health-care workers, including those in the province's long-term care system. That's partly because of the logistical complications related to Pfizer's vaccine, which has...

COVID-19 cases hits 941 in BC on Nov. 24

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Covid-19 hit new high of 941 diagnosed caseson Tuesday in BC, as public health officials tightened down on indoor group exercise activities. The latest figures from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control include 7,732 active...