B.C. Archive

‘Too little, too late’: B.C. government sued over delay providing $750K drug

A 21-year-old man is suing the B.C. government for its delay in providing an expensive drug

B.C. health minister calls for federal action on vaping after study shows surge in teen use

Health Minister Adrian Dix says B.C. is ready to step up with tougher provincial restrictions on

Atheist nurse’s fight against mandatory AA will go before B.C. Human Rights Tribunal

A B.C. nurse who lost his job when he refused to attend a 12-step program for

Have your say: B.C. could see major changes to oversight system for health-care workers

The next few months could mark a major turning point in how B.C.’s health-care professionals are

‘It’s devastating’: B.C. cancer patient faces 8-hour ferry trips on long journey for chemo

A B.C. senior with cancer will soon have to take an eight-hour ferry ride each time

‘I was unable to function’: B.C. mothers share their stories of postpartum depression to erase the stigma

Megan Stratikopoulos understands first-hand the debilitating effects of postpartum depression and the reluctance some women feel about

‘You want to scream’: Cost of organ transplant a worry for some B.C. patients

When Peggy Mahoney discovered she had a rare liver condition and required a transplant, it came as a shock.

B.C. public schools must provide free menstrual products for students, government orders

All B.C. public schools are now required to provide free menstrual products for students in school

B.C. health minister looking into funding for charity spreading anti-vaccine claims

B.C.’s health minister says he’s following the news that a Vancouver charity with a history of

B.C. government granted $428K to group that spreads anti-vaccine claims

Over the last 12 years, a Vancouver group has raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars