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After friend's death, B.C. teen calls for more mental-health education in schools

After friend's death, B.C. teen calls for more mental-health education in schools

Since January 2020, 461 people on Vancouver Island have died of toxic drug poisonings, almost half in Victoria.
What is the key to B.C. food security?

What is the key to B.C. food security?

Food security special report: Northern communities and the poor hit hardest by rising food prices in the province
Aurora borealis lights up skies around Metro Vancouver after large solar flare (PHOTOS)

Aurora borealis lights up skies around Metro Vancouver after large solar flare (PHOTOS)

Did you manage to see the northern lights over Vancouver? 🤩
B.C. veterinarian shortage to see relief soon after 'breaking point'

B.C. veterinarian shortage to see relief soon after 'breaking point'

With the B.C. government doubling the number of subsidized seats for local vet students, one veterinarian is calling it "a good first step."
Orcas make near-shore visit to Downtown Vancouver, Horseshoe Bay (VIDEOS)

Orcas make near-shore visit to Downtown Vancouver, Horseshoe Bay (VIDEOS)

They got whale-y close.
Pilot project would see non-police responders sent to mental-health crises

Pilot project would see non-police responders sent to mental-health crises

The initiative represents "a ­paradigm shift" for mental-health calls, says B.C. Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Number of Thanksgiving guests depends on B.C. health region

Number of Thanksgiving guests depends on B.C. health region

Three of the province's health regions have indoor gathering restrictions in place.
B.C. teachers' union urges school staff to get COVID-19 vaccines

B.C. teachers' union urges school staff to get COVID-19 vaccines

But BCTF president Teri Mooring says the B.C. government should be implementing a provincewide mandate, not relying on school districts
BC Ferries says federal mandatory vaccinations will apply to crew

BC Ferries says federal mandatory vaccinations will apply to crew

BC Ferries employs 4,500 to 5,100 staff, depending on the season.
B.C. adds 12,300 jobs in September as return to classrooms drives growth

B.C. adds 12,300 jobs in September as return to classrooms drives growth

Most of the province’s gains stemming from educational services.
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