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As B.C. nears pandemic transition, it should soon 'stop counting cases,' says health official

As B.C. nears pandemic transition, it should soon 'stop counting cases,' says health official

B.C. health experts, officials reveal thoughts on winding down testing, contact tracing and isolation.
B.C. vaccine passport enforcement will be complaints-based

B.C. vaccine passport enforcement will be complaints-based

None of the authorities enlisted by the provincial government will be carrying out random inspections of businesses
Big increase seen at advance Delta election polls

Big increase seen at advance Delta election polls

Advance polls in B.C. and nation-wide also saw a big increase
Delta COVID-19 numbers continue to dip

Delta COVID-19 numbers continue to dip

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Delta is one of the lowest Greater Vancouver
South Delta Rams weekly report

South Delta Rams weekly report

Community football club hosting its annual Green and Gold Day on Sunday at Dennison Park
Health alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued after possible listeria contamination

Health alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued after possible listeria contamination

Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.
This Squamish man's company jazzes up private and corporate jets

This Squamish man's company jazzes up private and corporate jets

Tom Chatfield of Camber Aviation Management creates luxury cabins in airplanes, helping clients pick out colours, fabrics, seating and everything in between.
Delta lotto winner fancies a family visit to Fiji

Delta lotto winner fancies a family visit to Fiji

Chand purchased his winning ticket at the Shoppers Drug Mart at Nordel Crossing in Surrey
Editorial: Get out and vote

Editorial: Get out and vote

Election day is near
BC Hydro warns B.C. residents to expect 'more fall storm outages'

BC Hydro warns B.C. residents to expect 'more fall storm outages'

Drought conditions from the record-breaking heat over the summer have resulted in the 'perfect storm' for power outages.