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COVID-19

Mayor Christine Fraser, on behalf of Council, has announced the Township office is "Remotely open for business". Please call us if you have any questions related to essential services and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as we can. Please see the information links below, including information for businesses.

Currently the best sources of information can be found at: Government of Canada

*To learn more about COVID-19 Testing and Isolation please visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website.

24 Hour Emergency Reporting: 1 800 663-3456

Twitter @EmergencyInfoBC and @PreparedBC

The Ministry of Health has developed an app that allows British Columbians to conduct self-assessments. Along with being able to check symptoms online, British Columbians can now download a new self-assessment app

Ministerial Orders

Vulnerable Populations Information

Below are links to resources that the vulnerable populations working group would like to distribute to local authorities via the PREOC. These fact sheets can be distributed by municipal staff, including bylaw to people who are homeless, in encampments or vehicles/RVs. Please distribute to your networks and frontline staff. 

Local governments can monitor www.bchousing.org for the latest information available to vulnerable populations and the organizations that serve them on COVID-19 responses and guidance. If you have any questions please email the Operations Section at preoc3.ops1@gov.bc.ca or call 250-371-5221.

Anyone who suspects they may have symptoms of COVID-19 should immediately call 8-1-1 for an assessment. The Public Health Agency of Canada has created a toll-free phone number (1-833-784-4397) to answer questions from Canadians about COVID-19