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Death sparks calls for naloxone on university campuses, high schools

Death sparks calls for naloxone on university campuses, high schools

Jun 15, 2024 / 7:40 am

The death of an 18-year-old at the University of Victoria has prompted calls to make naloxone, a medication that reverses an opioid overdose, widely available...

Cheaper medications saved B.C. $730-million, report says

Cheaper medications saved B.C. $730-million, report says

Jun 14, 2024 / 4:36 pm

A British Columbia provincial policy that forced people with chronic illnesses such as Crohn’s disease and rheumatoid arthritis to switch to cheaper...

Panthers upend Oilers 4-1, lead Stanley Cup final 2-0

Panthers upend Oilers 4-1, lead Stanley Cup final 2-0

Jun 10, 2024 / 9:15 pm

If the Oilers are to win the Stanley Cup, they are going to have to do it in a very hard way. They fell into an 0-2 hole in the final with a 4-1 loss to the...

Calgary MP works to stop deportation of convicted truck driver in deadly Humboldt Broncos crash

Calgary MP works to stop deportation of convicted truck driver in deadly Humboldt Broncos crash

Jun 6, 2024 / 10:15 am

A Liberal member of Parliament is working behind the scenes to drum up support from his caucus colleagues to halt the deportation of the truck driver convicted...

Ottawa declines to release secret internal analysis of economic effects of carbon pricing

Ottawa declines to release secret internal analysis of economic effects of carbon pricing

Jun 4, 2024 / 6:39 pm

The Liberal government is declining to release its internal analysis of the economic impacts of carbon pricing and refusing to say why it is keeping the data...

Potential Bank of Canada rate cut would jolt slow housing market, experts say

Potential Bank of Canada rate cut would jolt slow housing market, experts say

Jun 3, 2024 / 2:52 pm

A Bank of Canada interest rate cut could give Canada’s slow housing market a jolt, as prospective buyers gain confidence that borrowing costs are on the...

Detox beds in B.C. routinely sit empty because of staff shortages

Detox beds in B.C. routinely sit empty because of staff shortages

Jun 3, 2024 / 11:06 am

Dozens of detox beds in British Columbia sit empty because of a shortage of addictions physicians and nurses needed to staff them, according to internal health...

Voting to decide next leader of Alberta’s New Democratic Party to begin Monday

Voting to decide next leader of Alberta’s New Democratic Party to begin Monday

Jun 2, 2024 / 7:39 pm

The final debate of the Alberta New Democratic Party leadership race saw the remaining four candidates give their last appeals for support, a day ahead of the...

B.C. Conservatives envision sweeping changes to schools, housing, climate and Indigenous policies if elected

B.C. Conservatives envision sweeping changes to schools, housing, climate and Indigenous policies if elected

Jun 1, 2024 / 4:34 pm

British Columbia’s newly resurgent Conservative party envisions sweeping changes to schools, housing, climate and reconciliation with First Nations if...

B.C. drug developers get boost with government funding for new manufacturing facility

B.C. drug developers get boost with government funding for new manufacturing facility

May 31, 2024 / 4:35 pm

Vancouver’s thriving life sciences sector is getting a boost with federal funding for several projects that will help local medical researchers spin out...

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