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January 2021
By Province of British Columbia on Monday Jan 25 2021

Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, have issued the following statement regarding updates on the COVID-19 response in British Columbia:

“Today, we are reporting on three periods: Jan. 22 to 23 we had 527 new cases, Jan. 23 to 24 we had 471 new cases and in the last 24 hours we had a further 346 new cases.

By Bob Hall on Monday Jan 25 2021

In a world of rapid change, Dr. Sarah Breen is working to ensure rural British Columbia is included in research and equipped with the knowledge to flourish into the future.

By City of Trail on Monday Jan 25 2021

Swimming

By Letters to the editor on Monday Jan 25 2021

To The Editor:

The War Amps Key Tag Service is celebrating a milestone this year – its 75th anniversary.

By Contributor on Monday Jan 25 2021

In a year unlike any other, Small Business BC is celebrating the perseverance of small businesses by asking the public to nominate their favorite entrepreneurs for a Small Business BC Award.

By Letters to the editor on Monday Jan 25 2021

To The Editor:

Congratulations to Brittny Anderson on taking her hard-won seat in the Legislature. In your campaign, Brittny you expressed deep concern about BC’s environmental crises. Now in Victoria you will come up against challenges working with your party on these issues.

By Katrine Conroy on Monday Jan 25 2021

Dear Community Member,

By Contributor on Monday Jan 25 2021

Artists in all disciplines—as well as arts and culture organizations—are invited to apply for funding through the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance (CKCA), which delivers the Arts and Culture Program on behalf of Columbia Basin Trust.

By DriveSmartBC on Sunday Jan 24 2021

Imagine how difficult the job must be to keep the 494 chapters of the provincial statutes of British Columbia in order. The legislation that they contain must be added to in order to reflect what we need today, amended as circumstances change and the courts rule on their use and finally repealed as they no longer reflect our wants and needs.

By Contributor on Saturday Jan 23 2021

Researchers say "proforestation" policies are the fastest and most effective way to draw excess CO2 out of the atmosphere.

By Kate S. Petersen for Environmental Health News