A British Columbia man says he was briefly hospitalized on the 24th day of a hunger strike to protest old-growth logging but plans to go without food until the end of the month before joining others in escalating action against the government.
Settlement agencies across the country have joined forces to support Ukrainians arriving through a federal emergency program at three airports, Canada's immigration minister said on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.
British Columbia will lift its mask mandate and capacity limits for faith gatherings on Friday, March 11, 2022, while restrictions of visitors at some long-term care facilities will be dropped, as long as they are fully vaccinated and tested for COVID-19 when entering.
A report into an investigation of 6,007 overdose deaths in British Columbia calls on the province to urgently develop a policy to distribute a safer supply of drugs and offer better health supports with a plan that would see action taken over 30, 60 and 90 days.
British Columbia will drop capacity limits for indoor and outdoor gatherings including at sporting events, fitness centres, restaurants, bars and nightclubs as it shifts to a new phase of managing COVID-19 while preparing for ongoing waves of the pandemic.
The nearly 60-year-old Inglewood Care Centre, home to 230 residents, would be bulldozed, along with its hospital-like setting, as part of a "household of 12" model of private rooms based on lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unprecedented flooding in southwestern British Columbia has left hard-hit communities dealing with the disposal of debris like drywall, insulation, silt-soaked mattresses, couches and kitchen cupboards damaged by water that gutted homes and businesses.
British Columbia declared a state of emergency on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, following unprecedented flooding that has displaced residents, severed access to multiple highways and killed thousands of livestock while many more animals are in danger of dying.