B.C. will lift some COVID-19 restrictions tomorrow (Feb. 16), but will keep vaccine card and mask requirements.
Duane Round said he organized the march because he spent some time at Oceanside Health Centre recently and noticed many of the health-care workers looked tired.
A new temporary order from the provincial health officer will require people 12 and older to wear masks in indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status.
Without the $60 million Safe Restart Funding, first quarter revenues would have been $169.2 million and net losses would have been $55.3 million, according to BC Ferries.
According to the province, paid sick leave will come into effect Jan. 1 2022, once regulations are established using public feedback.
Three staff members tested positive for the virus.
“Their success is quite remarkable when you consider the challenges they have overcome over the past year,” said Jennifer Sills, manager of education abroad and the QES program at VIU.
The organization was granted $555,000 to develop resources as part of a partnership the province.
Rebate amounts will vary between customers, depending on whether they had a vehicle insured for the full six months and how much they paid in premiums.

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