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COVID-19: B.C. firms up mandatory vax plans for provincial workers

COVID-19: B.C. firms up mandatory vax plans for provincial workers

Bureaucrats and health-care workers in assisted living, long-term care face vaccination requirements
New West school district seeks $50M for new school sites

New West school district seeks $50M for new school sites

School District 40 needs land for new and expanded schools in the Fraser River zone and Queensborough
Opinion: Look to Primary Care Networks for COVID-19 support

Opinion: Look to Primary Care Networks for COVID-19 support

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New West school district eyes possibility of school-based COVID vaccine clinics

New West school district eyes possibility of school-based COVID vaccine clinics

School district will work with Fraser Health on the possibility of school-based immunizations, but health authority's focus is currently on communities with lower vaccination rates
Support your New West neighbours during Homelessness Action Week

Support your New West neighbours during Homelessness Action Week

Spotlight on: Homelessness Action Week
Daytime custodians will stay in New West schools until June 2022

Daytime custodians will stay in New West schools until June 2022

Six part-time positions added to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic will remain in place through the 2021/22 school year
Pace of new COVID-19 infections in B.C. dips slightly

Pace of new COVID-19 infections in B.C. dips slightly

10 more die, 326 in hospital as fourth wave of pandemic continues.
TransLink riders offered rebate for scrapping gas-guzzlers

TransLink riders offered rebate for scrapping gas-guzzlers

TransLink says it is partnering with SCRAP-IT to offer a Compass Card rebate when residents scrap their old fossil fuel cars. In exchange, customers can choose either an eight-month adult 1-Zone or 14-month Concession Compass Card valued at $802.
Letter: Mask issue showed New West school trustees not listening to parents

Letter: Mask issue showed New West school trustees not listening to parents

Trustees at first said no to masks for younger grades
When will B.C. children be able to get their COVID vaccine?

When will B.C. children be able to get their COVID vaccine?

Dr. Bonnie Henry 'really hopeful' that Pfizer vaccine for 5-to-11-year-olds will be available by the end of the calendar year, and hopefully as early as the end of October