B.C. Archive

Yellow carbon monoxide monitors 'worth their weight in gold' to B.C. paramedics

They're about the size of a deck of cards, usually mustard yellow against a B.C. paramedic's

B.C. health official questions value of handing out free naloxone nasal spray

A pharmaceutical company was handing out free samples of their naloxone nasal spray at a Surrey,

'Largely inaccurate': New movie casts spotlight on B.C. firm's role in Brexit

A Canadian tech firm says it has been inaccurately portrayed in a controversial new TV movie

Where are they now? Canada's 2006 squad that last won gold in B.C.

Team Canada is rarely, if ever, an underdog on home ice, but that was the case ahead

From rabid dog saliva to 'Dr. Lipjob,' these are the top B.C. health stories of 2018

As 2018 winds down, B.C. is still in the grips of one of the most devastating

Holiday tradition: B.C. ready for world junior hockey championship

Officially, it's the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship, but in Canada it's known simply as

Can the design of a running shoe help prevent injury? A B.C. researcher says he has the answer

This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and

B.C. College of Physicians wants 'Dr. Lipjob' sent to jail

It was a dramatic denouncement midway through a private Botox party at the back of a Vancouver salon

Complaint filed against Surrey, B.C., naturopath-turned-councillor who campaigned as 'physician'

A newly elected member of Surrey's city council who campaigned as a "community physician" without always

50 B.C. chiropractors refuse to remove misleading claims from websites, face possible discipline

Fifty B.C. chiropractors have refused to remove misleading claims from their websites and Facebook pages and