Man in Langley Fights to Survive Necrotizing Fasciitis

Three weeks ago, mechanic Rob Erke felt a pain in his shoulder, but he brushed it away. The pain got worse, and he went to a doctor, who prescribed him some painkillers.... Read more »

B.C. Puts Together an Advisory Council For Protection of Wild Salmon

Wild salmons are at risk, and now the B.C. government introduced an advisory council to deal with this problem. They will develop recommendations for a strategy to protect the wild salmon. Premier... Read more »

Salmon Fishing Banned in Parts of B.C. Coast to Protect the Orca Population

Parts of the West Coast have been closed, as the federal officials are trying to protect the threatened orca population. Starting with 1 June, parts of Juan De Fuca Strait, the mouth... Read more »

B.C. Health Official Warns Homeopathy for Autism Is ‘Certainly Not Based on Science’

Health officials have stated that homeopathic treatment has “huge potential harms.” Many registered B.C. naturopaths are the subjects of a complaint for the “complete elimination of autism spectrum expression” therapy (CEASE) offered... Read more »

B.C Oysters Are Contaminated with Microplastics

A new study shows that the top region where oysters grow is polluted with microplastics. The study was conducted by researchers at Simon Fraser University, and it recently appeared in the journal... Read more »

BC Hydro Survey: Electric Vehicles and the Myths About Them Scared Off Buyers

There is a new report from BC Hydro recently released after a last year’s survey, showing that a lot of B.C residents would want to buy an electric vehicle. However, they don’t... Read more »

British Columbia Warns People Of A Norovirus Possible Outbreak

The norovirus has been linked to the consumption of raw oysters so health officials from British Columbia have decided to shut down two oyster farms for an investigation into this matter. This... Read more »

Trial in British Columbia about Private Clinics and Health Rights

It looks like British Columbia is working hard to make medical care free for its residents. Starting this October, any doctor that is seen charging patients for medical procedures that are necessary... Read more »