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Online book of condolences for Queen now available in B.C.

A condolence book is also available at Government House from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily
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Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin, with husband Ashley Chester, writes in the book of condolences at Government House. ADRIAN LAM, TIMES COLONIST

An online book of condolences is now available for B.C. residents to sign in remembrance of the Queen.

Premier John Horgan said Friday that many British Columbians are feeling a great sense of loss “and would like to share their feelings of sympathy with the Royal Family.”

A condolence book is also available at Government House at 1401 Rockland Ave. from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily.

In Vancouver, a condolence book is available at the Great Hall in the Vancouver Law Courts building during regular working hours.

The books will remain available for signing until the day after the Queen’s funeral.

All of the messages will be collected and bound into a book and kept in national and provincial archives in perpetuity.

ceharnett@timescolonist.com

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