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Disease linked to teen's death on rise in B.C. — and officials don’t know why

Disease linked to teen's death on rise in B.C. — and officials don’t know why

There were 406 cases of Group A streptococcal disease in 2017
Whistler Blackcomb heli-guide dies in avalanche

Whistler Blackcomb heli-guide dies in avalanche

Friends have identified victim as 49-year-old Pemberton woman and realtor Lisa Korthals
B.C. home buyer confidence damaged by new tax measures, says poll

B.C. home buyer confidence damaged by new tax measures, says poll

The policies set out in the poll included the new speculation tax, the expanded and increased foreign buyer tax
Beer fans, here are 20 new craft breweries opening in B.C. this year

Beer fans, here are 20 new craft breweries opening in B.C. this year

Print this list and stick it on your fridge
Vaping, pot more harmful than public realizes: B.C. doctor

Vaping, pot more harmful than public realizes: B.C. doctor

Suggestions that there are no health hazards associated with vapour from e-cigarettes or from marijuana smoke are wrong, says Vancouver Island’s chief medical health officer. “It’s not harmless,” Dr. Richard Stanwick said.
B.C. doctor performs nearly 300 vasectomies on week-long trip to Haiti

B.C. doctor performs nearly 300 vasectomies on week-long trip to Haiti

Destigmatizing birth control procedure one snip at a time
B.C. to add 37,000 more MRI exams

B.C. to add 37,000 more MRI exams

Half of the MRI patients currently wait 41 days, while one-tenth wait more than 199 days
New B.C. property taxes will add costs

New B.C. property taxes will add costs

'Unfair' and 'punitive' just some of the words developers use to describe the tax
New heroin treatment could save lives and money: B.C. study

New heroin treatment could save lives and money: B.C. study

Addicts on hydromorphone more likely to stay in treatment
Stop before you ‘rescue’ that baby bird or animal

Stop before you ‘rescue’ that baby bird or animal

Hundreds of babies are separated from their families each spring due to human intervention