June 2021

Liquor retailers can continue opening as early as 7 a.m. on a permanent basis, according to the province.
The health region said it continues to see increased patient volumes due to the record-breaking heat wave as Canada Day approaches — typically one of the busiest days for emergency room visits.
Dr. Evan Tlesla II Adams was an actor in his 20s before changing careers — he is now responsible for looking after the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples across Canada
RCMP Forensics specialists from Port Alberni attended to examine the scene and police believe the deaths to be an isolated incident and there is no ongoing risk to the public.
Since January, the drug toxicity crisis has claimed 851 lives, including six in the Oceanside local health area.
Penalties range from a $1,150 ticket to jail time. If a person is found to have caused or contributed to a wildfire, they may be ordered to pay all firefighting and associated costs.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP said it received 336 complaints, including $15,000 in damages to an electrical sub-station in Qualicum Beach where about ten feet of copper wire was stolen.
Under Stage 3 watering restrictions, residents are requested to further reduce non-essential outdoor water use, including reduce lawn watering and refraining from washing cars or outdoor surfaces.
There are 13 active #COVID19 cases in the central Vancouver Island region.
The city’s CAO, Keeva Kehler, said staff have 91 projects on their list, a number which has nearly doubled since the start of the year.

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