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It's the missed opportunities over the 2012 health ministry firings that will forever haunt the B.C. government. Instead of seizing opportunities to set the record straight, Ombudsperson Jay Chalke's report pointed to a pattern of falsehood piled upon falsehood.
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Several provinces are frustrated by Ottawa's vague proposals.
"We're on track for a record year."
The health minister says fentanyl appears to be playing a central role in the increase of deaths.
Petty. One word that springs to mind after last week's B.C. budget. At best, it's a lip service budget. Tweak here, tweak there, but devoid of any real purpose. To be sure, some were tossed a chi...
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Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott has suggested she wants to focus on how to spend health dollars more efficiently.
Hit the gym, earn points.
It just got messy. Independent public inquiry kind of messy.
One researcher Roderick MacIsaac committed suicide after he was fired in 2012.
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This is the second serious assault in four months at the Hillside Centre.
In the spirit of giving, here are five ideas for B.C.'s politicians to consider as they set their resolutions for 2015.
COQUITLAM, B.C. - What was once the home for Metro Vancouver's mentally ill will soon be the location of a rehabilitation and recovery program for those battling mental-health and substance-abuse issu...
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Health Minister Terry Lake has announced the addition of 40 new beds at Riverview Hospital in Coquitlam, B.C. to assist in the addiction recovery of the mentally ill. Lake said the new program will p...
Make no mistake: drugs are big business, even the behind-the-counter kind.