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'Zero' chance B.C. ups access to "non-prescribed" drugs: Eby

'Zero' chance B.C. ups access to "non-prescribed" drugs: Eby

"Zero" That is how Premier David Eby rated the likelihood of B.C. implementing a recommendation from provincial health officer Bonnie Henry to expand access to "non-prescribed alternatives to unregulated drugs.
B.C.-wide campfire ban now in effect

B.C.-wide campfire ban now in effect

All of the province is under the ban, except for Haida Gwaii
1,000-year-old trees threatened by wildfire in northeast B.C.

1,000-year-old trees threatened by wildfire in northeast B.C.

Chun T’oh Whudujut Park is about 115 kilometres east of Prince George dealing with multiple blazes
WestJet, mechanics ratify contract in aftermath of 2-day strike

WestJet, mechanics ratify contract in aftermath of 2-day strike

New 5-year agreement comes after airline forced to cancel more than 1,050 flights
Police point to organized crime after 6 charged in 3-year B.C. drug probe

Police point to organized crime after 6 charged in 3-year B.C. drug probe

200 kg of drugs seized in Vancouver after police target ‘sophisticated’ operation
University protest camp told to vacate B.C. campus by Monday

University protest camp told to vacate B.C. campus by Monday

Vancouver Island University tells pro-Palestinian protesters legal action coming if they don’t leave
Wildfire north of Harrison being held at 1.7 hectares

Wildfire north of Harrison being held at 1.7 hectares

Fire suspected to be human-caused
Heat wave highlights rural B.C.'s ongoing, pervasive ER closure problem

Heat wave highlights rural B.C.'s ongoing, pervasive ER closure problem

Residents in some smaller B.C. communities regularly have to travel elsewhere for emergency care
Teck facing 5 charges tied to allegations of dumping harmful substances

Teck facing 5 charges tied to allegations of dumping harmful substances

Environment Canada alleges coal firm polluting fish-bearing streams in southeastern B.C.
Critics slam call for expanded B.C. drug access as a step to legalization

Critics slam call for expanded B.C. drug access as a step to legalization

Calls by B.C.'s provincial health officer Bonnie Henry to look into an expansion of what she calls "non-prescribed alternatives to unregulated drugs" is getting mixed reactions.