It comes when there's rising concerns about the mental well-being of B.C. students.
The Nanaimo licensed cannabis producer says this move will provide patients in need with access to a local supply of “medical cannabis oral solutions”.
A lethal rabbit virus that has spread throughout Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland has been found in Vancouver.
At least six dogs in the Downtown Vancouver area have been diagnosed with parvovirus, also known as parvo.
Baby goats love sun salutations, too.
In Question Period, Ginette Petitpas Taylor also dodged the Vancouver Kingsway MP's suggestion that she do something about the poisoned street supply of drugs.
No bright colours, no appealing flavours, no sugar, no alcohol, no caffeine, no promotion, no health claims—but packages will get peel-away labels!
The latest Health Canada data on overdose deaths shows the problem that began in B.C. continues to intensify in other areas of the county and suggests there’s no end to the crisis in sight.
The company believes in building a health system that is more holistic and proactive.
Dr. Bonnie Henry recently issued a detailed plan to reduce fatal overdoses, but her own government quickly dismissed her suggestions.
If progressive Vancouver’s harm-reduction programs are so effective, why does B.C. lead the country on overdose deaths?
Domenic and Gloria Cuccione have honoured their son by raising many millions of dollars to help create a better future for other kids.
A food recall issued this week for a Korean brand of rice seasoning has expanded to encompass several products.
Leading conservation groups want the government of Canada to transform how plastic waste and single-use plastics are dealt with in the country.
Nearly half of police-involved deaths in B.C. recorded from 2013 to 2017 involved an addictions issue and roughly 66 percent concerned someone struggling with a mental-health challenge, a death review panel's analysis has found.
Traffic may be impacted on East Broadway near Guelph Street.
British Columbia is transitioning to cheaper options for certain medications.
He says that some undocumented people in the Lower Mainland won't seek help for health-care problems for fear of being deported.
"We had people studying cardiovascular disease and assuming it was a men’s disease—and not thinking about women’s particular issues,” she says.
One of the early patients stopped using street drugs, reconnected with family, and secured a part-time job.