Next month, British Columbia will become the second province in Canada with mandatory sexual assault policies in place at its universities — a move that comes following years of claims that some allegations were mishandled by the province’s post-secondary institutions.
It looks like cycling really is the healthiest way to commute to work.
Loss of memory, mobility problems and issues with bladder control are often considered early indicators of dementia. But those are the same warning signs for a far lesser-known brain disorder that, in many cases, is completely reversible.
Today marks one year since British Columbia’s provincial health officer declared a public health emergency in the wake of an alarming increase in fatal opioid-related drug overdoses. Despite numerous preventative measures, however, new statistics reveal that overdose deaths are actually continuing to rise in the province.
A pair of Alberta-based law firms say they’ve filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of people, including a B.C. woman, who bought or consumed a popular brand of flour that’s been linked to illnesses from E. coli.