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Not quite as much controversy at Abbotsford Council today as we’ve seen in a few previous meetings.
One of the main items on the 3PM agenda concerns medical marijuana grow ops.
Private grow operations will cease to be legal as of April 1st.
However nobody except Health Canada knows where they all are.
Abbotsford Council will vote on whether to bring a resolution to the annual Union of BC Municipalities Convention asking Health Canada to release the addresses of all medicinal grow ops.
The City wants to be able to inspect the properties to make sure they’re complying with the law.
(News1130 and StarFM) An outbreak of measles in the eastern Fraser Valley has been linked to what’s being called a community with “traditionally low immunization rates.”
There have been two confirmed cases of the highly contagious virus in a Chilliwack Elementary school, but there are dozens more suspected cases.
Fraser Health says the decline in immunization in the area — the rate is close to zero at some schools — is linked to misconceptions about safety along with philosophical and religious reasons.
Medical Health Officer Victoria Lee says they’re worried with Spring Break approaching and many families planning holidays.
“They have been exposed and they may not have developed symptoms yet but they can develop symptoms very quickly. Because this is highly contagious we want people to check with public health before they travel,” Lee says.
Public health staff are working with affected families, encouraging immunization.
Anyone born after 1957 who has not recieved the free MMR vaccine is urged to get the shot.
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