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Long-term care residents need boosters: NACI

Long-term care residents need boosters: NACI

The committee recommends long-term care residents and people living in seniors' homes receive another shot of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine — like Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna — as long as it has been six months since their last shot.

Long-term care residents need boosters: NACI

Alleged COVID-19 violator could lose B.C. condo

Alleged COVID-19 violator could lose B.C. condo

A message left with his lawyer was not immediately returned and Movassaghi has not responded to the forfeiture action, but court documents show he has until mid-October to reply.

Alleged COVID-19 violator could lose B.C. condo

COVID-19 restrictions brought in for B.C. region

COVID-19 restrictions brought in for B.C. region

Organized events like weddings or conferences will be limited to 10 people, or 50 people outside, unless everyone is fully vaccinated, which can be verified on the province's vaccine passport.

COVID-19 restrictions brought in for B.C. region

Surrey Hospitals Foundation Appoints Harp Dhillon as New Board Chair

Surrey Hospitals Foundation Appoints Harp Dhillon as New Board Chair

Harp is taking over the role from Ron Knight who is stepping down after 11 years serving as Board Chair since 2010. Harp has been on the Foundation’s Board of Directors since 2014 and served as the Vice-Chair for the past year.

Surrey Hospitals Foundation Appoints Harp Dhillon as New Board Chair

B.C. lays out plan to move away from fossil fuels

B.C. lays out plan to move away from fossil fuels

More than $50 million will be spent to attract industries to B.C. to run their businesses and reduce their carbon footprint by using hydroelectricity. Bruce Ralston, the province's minister of energy, mines and low carbon innovation, says the plan could lead to lower rates for BC Hydro customer rates, potentially by about 1.6 per cent by 2026.

B.C. lays out plan to move away from fossil fuels

PM: Vaccine mandate priority No. 1 for government

PM: Vaccine mandate priority No. 1 for government

Rounding out his top five priorities include finalizing a vaccine passport for Canadians travelling abroad, and helping to foot part of the bill for provinces that have moved forward with their own proof-of-vaccination system.

PM: Vaccine mandate priority No. 1 for government

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