The Courthouse in Nelson is going to get a bit of a facelift starting sometime in April as crews will remove invasive ivy that is growing on the landmark structure.
The reason — invasive ivy causes building-integrity risks.
The provincial health officer (PHO) has issued new guidelines to support compliance with orders on business closures and gatherings, under the Public Health Act.
Submitted by City of Nelson Emergency Operation Centre
Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says we are currently in a very challenging time and it is having an impact on all of us. She said the more committed we are now, the less the burden there will be on the health care system in the weeks to come. We all need to continue to do our part.
Let’s come together in these physically distancing times.
These are difficult times, especially for people who lack safe shelter, food and other necessities — and for those on the front lines. Even though we must maintain physical distance, we need to come together more than ever.
The results demonstrate people support new measures to protect them financially:
The Government of British Columbia and BC Hydro are helping people, small businesses and industries most impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Province has partnered with the Digital Technology Supercluster and the Business Council of British Columbia to create the COVID-19 Supply Hub, a made-in-B.C. online platform to co-ordinate, source and expedite medical supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) for provincial health authorities to support front-line health workers fighting COVID-19.
Educators will have an easy-to-use video-conferencing and collaboration platform to communicate remotely with their students while in-class learning is suspended to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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