The move is part of the company’s restructuring under its COVID-19 Mitigation and Recovery Plan, which will reduce “approximately 25 per cent of its planned capacity for … the first quarter of 2021,” a statement Wednesday morning said.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the community was at 73 on Monday and continued to climb all week. Then, a barrage of racist comments were posted online in reaction to the reported cases. But in the midst of it all, vaccines were given to 600 Cowichan Tribe members, offering some hope.
A woman was injured early Saturday morning in a shooting at a residential building in Coquitlam, RCMP say.
The City of Duncan will be voting Monday on whether to include a number of Indigenous-language translations to street signs in the downtown core. The city's business improvement association director says they'll help combat recent racism in the community.