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First Omicron COVID-19 case found in British Columbia

The Omicron COVID-19 variant has made its way to B.C. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry confirmed one case at a Tuesday (Nov. 30) press conference. She said the infected person, who lives in the Fraser Health region, is currently self-isolating. They returned from Nigeria not long ago. So far, 204 people...

Island SAR team and forestry company collaborate for training, rescues and private land access

The MOU will allow for collaboration on training, rescues, and access to Mosaic land between Cook Creek and Lantzville.

Canada expands list of countries under travel ban over new COVID-19 variant

Canada is adding three more countries to the list of those banned over concerns about the omicron COVID-19 variant. Officials say Egypt, Malawi, and Nigeria are now on the list along with 7 other Southern African nations announced last week. Meanwhile, all travelers coming into Canada from abroad, excluding the United...

Avalanche warning ‘high’ for Vancouver Island’s alpine areas

New snow paired with heavy rain is a recipe for disaster. That’s according to Avalanche Canada, as it issues a “high” avalanche warning for Vancouver Island’s alpine areas. The warning, posted yesterday afternoon (Monday), predicts active wet loose avalanche conditions throughout the day today. It comes in the wake of another...

Parts of Vancouver Island brace for heavy rain

Emergency crews say they’ve done all they can to prepare, as the southwestern part of B.C. braces for another “atmospheric river” of rainfall today (Tuesday) and tomorrow. On Vancouver Island, Environment Canada now says up to 150 mm of rain will drench both the north and west regions of the...

Health Minister preaches patience as B.C.’s vaccination booking system opens to kids

B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccination booking system opened up for children between the ages of 5 and 11 yesterday (Monday), with thousands of invitations sent out to people who have already registered their children. And, as might be expected, the load on the system caused some problems. Health Minister Adrian Dix said he...

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