Mar. 9 Community briefs: ICBC, Fraser Lake Tots, new B.C. reward program for healthy lifestyle

ICBC driving records now available online, Fraser Lake Tots drop-in Wednesdays, new B.C. app for healthy lifestyle points

Fraser Lake Tots Around Town

A time for parents/caregivers to come together and support one another while sharing positive experiences around town and through a variety of activities bonding with their preschoolers.

Drop-in every Wednesday 10:00 a.m – 12:00 p.m from Feb. 3 to March 23, with beverages and snacks.

March 9: Banner Craft at Autumn Services

March 16: Hula Hooping & Music at Arena Complex (upstairs)

March 23: Music/Concert at HUB & Gym (Mouse Mountain School)


New B.C. reward program, app for healthy lifestyle

VICTORIA – British Columbia residents who are making an effort to lead healthier lifestyles can now be rewarded with loyalty points such as Aeroplan, PetroPoints, Scene and MoreRewards, thanks to an innovative new mobile app called Carrot Rewards.

Users across the province who sign up for Carrot Rewards will be able to earn their choice of leading, brand-name loyalty points for completing activities centred on making healthier lifestyle choices. This can include anything from completing a health profile, to participating in learning activities and quizzes, and in later phases will include activities like going to the gym, visiting a flu clinic, or buying produce from the grocery store. The app is also designed to link up with wearable devices in later stages to track and reward healthy behaviour:


Now available online: ICBC driving records

As part of a focus on improving digital services, ICBC has launched a new online tool which allows customers to now request their driving records online and immediately receive them by email, for free, through

Driving abstracts provide details of a person’s basic driving history, including tickets and offences for the last five years. Customers can also access insurance and claims history records that detail a driver’s insurance coverage and claims history, for up to 20 years.

Commercial drivers can also use the online system to ask for a commercial driving record called a National Safety Code abstract. That abstract is a five-year record of a driver’s history and any commercial vehicle-related convictions.