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Since 2010, 45 clinics have closed in B.C., and 290 vacancies remain unfilled in the province, Walk-in Clinics Association of BC says.
Ministry of Children and Family Development employees rally for higher wages and proper training for social workers in Vancouver.
The pole was carved from a 800-year-old red cedar tree on B.C.'s north coast.
Measles is a highly contagious disease that spreads easily to those who are not immune or are vulnerable, health officials warn
McDonald's Canada jobs website hacked
Designed by UBC Students, the aim is to produce the gadgets for about $30 each so they could be used at overdose prevention sites.
Public Safety Minister Mike Morris weighs in on the news that Ottawa is set to consider a bill on marijuana legalization next month.
Largest donation by a private citizen, Jim Pattison, will go toward a new 18-acre campus.
New information comes as RCMP are reviewing possible violations of the B.C. Elections Act.
British Columbians can join the global movement 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 25.
With B.C. election looming, daycare support is being urged by parents and advocates.
Budget 2017: get ready for a changing world
Those caught disobeying new rules can face fines up to $3,000.
Vancouver, Surrey, Kelowna saw the highest number of deaths.
The agency says it's not aware of any personal information leaks following a temporary shutdown of their tax services
Green Party leader Andrew Weaver call the proposed bill ‘an appropriate and overdue step.’
One of four future sites announced on Friday.
More than 21,000 educators voted on an agreement about class size and composition, the union says.
A dog-doo database could help bylaw officers fine owners for not picking up after their pet
Women’s right’s group calls on political parties to recruit more women to mark International Women’s Day.