Well, identifying the origin of the measles outbreak didn't take long. Via CTV News: As many as 100 kids in Fraser Valley, B.C. may have measles. Excerpt:
Vaccinations are rare in the area because of strong religious beliefs, CTV Vancouver's Mi-Jung Lee reported. Members of the Reformed Congregation of North America believe vaccinations expose the body to potential harm.
Mount Cheam Christian School closed early ahead of March Break when the two cases were reported. The father of the two children infected is also the principal of the school.
"We're working closely together with Fraser Health, the local health authority," Jan Neels told CTV Vancouver. He said the experience has not changed his mind about vaccines.
If you click through to the school's website, you'll find not a word about the outbreak.