COVID-19 Immunization Plan

2021-04-14T13:00:51-07:00April 14th, 2021|

BC is currently in Phase 3 of the COVID-19 Immunization plan. Please take a moment to check out what the current Phase 3 COVID-19 stage looks like. This link will provide information about the information listed below.

Use of AstraZeneca vaccine
Vaccines in Canada
Immunization in B.C.
Immunization phases
Moving between phases
Register to get vaccinated
Proof of immunization
Community immunity
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It is still essential we social distance and follow the health orders and guidance of the province. The more we work together, the sooner we can be together.

God Bless

Michelle Lovely, RN, MSN – Parish Nurse

COVID-19 Immunization Plan

2021-03-31T13:04:19-07:00March 31st, 2021|

As COVID-19 cases, including new variants rise throughout BC, additional restrictions have been put in place to keep BC residents safe. For updated COVID-19 information and restrictions please visit:

Please note that these are temporary measures until the number of COVID-19 active cases are reduced and more people receive their COVID-19 vaccines.

Take Care and God Bless,
Michelle Lovely- Parish Nurse

Vaccine Appointments For Seniors

2021-03-02T15:23:18-08:00March 2nd, 2021|

Starting on March 8, anyone born before 1941 can call and schedule their COVID-19 vaccine across BC.
Please click the link below to find out when and how to book your appointment, what information you are required to provide and how you can call for someone else.  READ MORE

COVID-19 Immunization Plan

2021-02-25T11:45:42-08:00February 25th, 2021|

B.C.’s COVID-19 Immunization Plan is designed to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19. The information on this page is updated frequently and is subject to change based on vaccine availability and the latest COVID-19 data. READ MORE

What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine for Canada

2021-02-08T12:47:15-08:00February 8th, 2021|

Working to bring Canadians a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread and reduce the impact of infectious diseases, whether
it’s seasonal flu or childhood infections. A safe and effective vaccine(s) for COVID-19 will protect us against the novel
coronavirus and will be an important step to safely resume normal life in Canada and around the world. The Government
of Canada is working on all possible fronts to secure access to safe and effective vaccines and related supplies for
Canadians. Here is what Canadians need to know about a future COVID-19 vaccine. READ MORE

COVID-19 Vaccine Facts from our Parish Nurse, Michelle Lovely

2021-01-28T13:03:56-08:00January 28th, 2021|

True or False

  1. The COVID-19 vaccine is safe.
    1. TRUE– Canada is recognized around the world for its high standards for drug and vaccine review, approvals and monitoring systems; these will not be compromised. The Government of Canada has gained real-time access to manufacturer clinical trial data for the most promising vaccine candidates and continues to work with the global regulatory community to make sure COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective before regularity approval is granted.
    2. Clinical trials for all vaccines must first show they meet rigorous criteria for safety and effectiveness before any vaccine, including COVID-19 vaccines, can be authorized or approved for use. The known and potential benefits of a COVID-19 vaccine must outweigh the known and potential risks of the vaccine.   READ MORE

COVID -19 BC Rules and Health Guidelines for Christmas 2020

2020-12-23T13:00:45-08:00December 23rd, 2020|

I know that you are longing to be together with friends, family and those who bring your heart joy. This Christmas we must stay apart to show those we love how much we care. Plus, if you follow the BC Provincial Government’s health guidelines, you will definitely end up on Santa’s nice list. READ MORE

New Public Health Orders- Nov 7, 2020

2020-11-09T11:16:54-08:00November 9th, 2020|

Dr. Henry has issued new public health orders for the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health regions. The orders require everyone in those communities, with the exception of Bella Coola Valley and Central Coast residents, to limit social interactions, until November 23. That means:


• Socialize only with your immediate household. No parties or get togethers.
• No community-based social gatherings.
• No unnecessary travel. Stay in your local community.

• No receptions for funerals or weddings.


• Indoor group physical activities must stop until new safety plans can be approved by local Medical Health Officers.
• Indoor sports where physical distancing cannot be maintained must be modified.
• Travel for sports into or out of these regions must stop.
Now is the time for everyone living in the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health regions to double down on the actions we know will allow our schools and businesses to stay open – and keep us safe.
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