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COVID-19 continues to dampen lumber demand
More cleaning and more disinfecting underway
But have no powers to detain or impose fines
Teachers, staff stepping up at School District 54 schools
The federal government announced that is was taking actions to help Canadian businesses, including newspapers, by proposing a wage subsidy that would cover 75 per cent of salary costs.
The Lakes District Maintenance Inc. team has wrapped up another winter season. The team is a highway road and bridge maintenance company that covers the Lakes, Robson, and Stikine areas of northern BC. Mike Philip, general manager at LDM, was able to reflect back on the season in the Houston and Burns Lake area.
Mark Zagwyn Topley resident and professional photographer captured this beautiful picture of three moose on a beautiful sunny day.
It'll be a different kind of Easter for churches
The Houston Public Library may be closed to the public but it continues to expand its services for residents of Houston and area who are now spending more time at home because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Food being packaged up to ensure students have nourishment
But is taking COVID-19 crisis response measures
One unit completely destroyed
But facility remains closed to public
The BC Seniors Games Society along with the Richmond Host Society of the 2020 55+ BC Games have cancelled the 55+ BC Games that were to run Sept. 15 to 19 at various venues throughout Richmond.
The Government of Canada is taking strong, immediate and effective action to protect Canadians and the economy from the impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Only essential visits considered; screening criteria in place
School district officials and teachers are this week communicating plans to resume instruction in some form.
Self isolating can be fun for your furry friend and also good for your health. Houston resident, Darr and his D.O.G. were out for their daily walk and practicing social distancing. Even outdoors you are to remain two metres from each other unless you live in the same household. Being outside does not make it safer to be close together. It may be good for your mental health to be outside but stay around your municipality, stay close to home and local trails. (Angelique Houlihan photo)
Three-week closure in response to COVID-19 crisis
Council has denied a request from the regional air component of the Provincial Emergency Program (PEP) to waive the use fee at the municipally-owned Houston Airport for a planned May 29-31 search and rescue exercise involving participants from the northwest and northeast.