The B.C. Cancer Agency extended its hours Friday and will do the same Saturday to accommodate all of the chemotherapy appointments cancelled on Thursday when its second floor was evacuated due to a noxious odour.
Thirty-five chemotherapy appointments were rescheduled from Thursday to Friday or Saturday after the incident.
The source of the odour remains under investigation.
Capital Regional District hazardous-materials experts and the Saanich Fire Department focused some of their investigative efforts on the pharmacy and nearby chemotherapy area, the Provincial Health Services Authority said Friday.
A small number of patients with appointments in other parts of the agency, located behind Royal Jubilee Hospital, will be rescheduled to a future date.