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B.C. expands program aimed at preventing overdose deaths in construction industry

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is providing a $1-million grant to expand access to resources aimed at preventing overdose deaths in the construction industry.
B.C. expands program aimed at preventing overdose deaths in construction industry

B.C. expands program aimed at preventing overdose deaths in construction industry

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is providing a $1-million grant to expand access to resources aimed at preventing overdose deaths in the construction industry.
Runny nose not on symptoms list as Dr. Henry sets 'low threshold' for keeping kids home

Runny nose not on symptoms list as Dr. Henry sets 'low threshold' for keeping kids home

Critic of provincial health officer questions flexible rules amid wave of Omicron variant
B.C. ultra athlete creates Facebook group for frozen lake swimmers

B.C. ultra athlete creates Facebook group for frozen lake swimmers

Shanda Hill hates being cold but she just 'sucks it up and gets it done'
B.C. woman aims to ride her motorcycle again after leg amputation

B.C. woman aims to ride her motorcycle again after leg amputation

Friends, family raising money to help cover the cost of a prosthetic and other expenses
B.C. tops all provinces during record year for IPOs: report

B.C. tops all provinces during record year for IPOs: report

Canadian companies raised $10.18b through initial public offerings, says CPE Analytics
Cowichan Tribes members vote to run their own education system

Cowichan Tribes members vote to run their own education system

More emphasis on teaching First Nations culture and language
Long-term care homes hit with COVID outbreaks, lack of rapid tests, visitor restrictions

Long-term care homes hit with COVID outbreaks, lack of rapid tests, visitor restrictions

Seniors advocate Isobel Mackenzie is concerned long-term care homes aren't a priority for receiving COVID test kits
B.C. bars, nightclubs, gyms that were ordered to close in December can apply for relief grants

B.C. bars, nightclubs, gyms that were ordered to close in December can apply for relief grants

Those businesses that had been required to fully close on Dec. 22, to limit the spread of COVID-19 are eligible to apply for the COVID-19 Closure Relief Grant
RBC Capital Markets analyst predicts B.C. forest industry will shrink by half

RBC Capital Markets analyst predicts B.C. forest industry will shrink by half

B.C. has gone from one of North America’s lowest cost producing regions for forestry to the highest, says market experts