Public-health officials are encouraging families and caregivers to get their kids vaccinated against influenza in advance of the holidays.
There are several respiratory viruses causing illness in B.C. Some children have had more severe illness in the past few weeks, particularly from influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
The Insurance Corporation of BC said in a media release that the recent snowfall on B.C.'s South Coast has led to a sudden increase in reported claims.
ICBC said on Tuesday, November 29, claims increased by 94% (3,567) compared to Tuesday of the week prior (1,837).
A new medical school on the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus is taking a significant step forward with the hiring of an interim dean and provincial funding to support its development.
Work is underway to enhance forest resilience to protect against the effects of wildfire and climate change in the Kootenay-Boundary region.
The Liberal government is getting strong pushback after introducing an amendment to Bill C-21 in a surprise late move that would constitute the largest gun prohibition in Canadian legislative history.
The Province is taking action to deliver stronger public safety services to protect people in urban, rural, and remote communities across B.C. through new funding that will help specialized units and rural police forces staff up and help keep streets safer for everyone.
With the holiday season ramping up, it’s getting easier and easier to forget about the various packages you ordered for friends and family, or even yourself!
Has the gaming console for your daughter arrived? Is the box of essential oils going to make it in time for your sister?
What about the personalized socks for your best friend?
The list goes on.
FortisBC residential customers can expect to receive a $100 credit on their electricity bill over the next three months depending on the billing schedule for each individual customer.
The Girl Guides of Canada (GGC) announced Tuesday it is renaming Brownies (group for girls ages seven and eight) — an important and necessary step to creating an inclusive and equitable space where every racialized girl in Canada feels like they belong and are welcomed in Guiding.
As many as 16 eligible British Columbians will receive skills training to prepare for employment as professional truck drivers.
The new provincial Community and Employer Partnerships (CEP) project focuses on training for youth in the West Kootenays.