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No-fault system is benefiting British Columbians rather than enriching lawyers: Eby

No-fault system is benefiting British Columbians rather than enriching lawyers: Eby

Any gaps in coverage in the new no-fault system can be addressed in a five year-review, the premier says
Cyberattacks on health authority, province, London Drugs not related: premier’s office

Cyberattacks on health authority, province, London Drugs not related: premier’s office

The First Nations Health Authority is the latest high-profile victim of a cybersecurity ransomware attack in the province
Cyclist left quadriplegic after crash says ICBC savings are built on backs of crash victims

Cyclist left quadriplegic after crash says ICBC savings are built on backs of crash victims

Victoria lawyer Tim Schober says no-fault insurance helped turn ICBC’s financial fortunes around, but victims like him are paying the price
Green leader calls for child-protection workers to have social-worker training, oversight

Green leader calls for child-protection workers to have social-worker training, oversight

A bill introduced by Furstenau this week would amend the Social Workers Act to require anyone using the title “social worker” to hold a degree in social work and be registered with the B.C. College of Social Workers
Amendment will prevent violent offenders from changing names

Amendment will prevent violent offenders from changing names

B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix introduced the amendment Monday after it was revealed child-killer Alan Schoenborn was fighting to keep his new name from being publicized.
Drivers to get $110 rebates from ICBC, basic rate to stay same for sixth year

Drivers to get $110 rebates from ICBC, basic rate to stay same for sixth year

The rebates will start going out in late May to all personal and commercial customers who had an active eligible basic insurance policy in February.
Open drug use banned in public places, after Health Canada approves change

Open drug use banned in public places, after Health Canada approves change

The move comes after a public outcry about open drug use in city streets and in hospitals.
Applications open for $40M loan program for secondary suites

Applications open for $40M loan program for secondary suites

Homeowners can apply for forgivable loans for as much as half the total cost of renovations, up to a maximum of $40,000, to build basement and garden suites
Short-term rentals rules in effect; fines to be levied against non-compliant hosts

Short-term rentals rules in effect; fines to be levied against non-compliant hosts

The clock is now ticking on hefty fines for those who don’t fall in line
Pilot project to decriminalize drugs will continue, says Eby

Pilot project to decriminalize drugs will continue, says Eby

While public drug use needs to end, Eby said arresting someone struggling with addiction and taking them to court does not deal with addiction or save lives.