Congratulations on those great acceptances and being able to have the fortune of studying medicine in your local province and community. I know how important and stressful it can feel to make the right decision about where to study as we all want to minimize regret and mistake.
Saw your post and thought I could just share my two cents as I was recently in the same position. With the way things are looking with classes at UBC going online and with less in-person workshops and opportunities being offered for students, as well as compromises the faculty have made according to the email update they sent to faculty and staff (even with which no one still really knows how bad things will be in the Fall according to expert reports and what disease centres announced), I rejected my offer to UBC VFMP in favour of UofCalgary Med on Tuesday. Even though I have a super-supportive aunt who lives in Vancouver, I decided to stay in Calgary where my connections and family are as well as it being a city I'm more comfortable and familiar with. But I'm hoping to go somewhere else for continuing education (which is endless for doctors after MD isn't it lol) like Vancouver even perhaps after everything settles but BC just feels too far away from home and estranged for now.
Also, from what my cousin who's currently third year UBC VMP shared, hands-on research/clerkship opportunities may be possible to find but limited for first years at UBC due to the large incoming class and a naturally high demand for research spots in Vancouver as well as with disrupted clerkship and research timelines, which may be even more-so for the distributed island and rural sites. That might change but who knows when and certainly makes for an even more stressful year living away from home. In any case, I'm sure you will make the decision that is best suited to your personal situation and needs. I'm rooting for you and know that you will make a great doctor regardless of where you ultimately attend