By Mike Farnworth,
Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Cannabis is now legal - but if you choose to use, don't drive.
You've probably heard this message in a new ad from government and ICBC. As public safety minister, I want you to understand why it's vital to take it seriously.
To The Editor:
The advent of legalized marijuana has brought up an important issue to government and private sectors alike: the possibility of marijuana impairment in the workplace causing damage, financial loss, personal harm, or even death.
By Michael Jessen, The BC Lung Association
The JUUL has invaded the school.
A wildly popular vaping device, the JUUL has become the go-to e-cigarette for school-age young people.
Cannabis was legalized in Canada this October, but unfortunately the federal government didn’t include one important piece in that legislation: expungement of the records of a half million Canadians with criminal records for simple possession of cannabis.
When faced with conclusive evidence of a major threat to citizens, a true leader would do everything possible to confront it. So, what was the U.S. president’s reaction to a U.S.
By Anna Johnston, Staff Lawyer with West Coast Environmental Law
To The Editor:
Dear: Honourable John Horgan, Premier
Cc: Honourable George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy Honourable Michelle Mungall, Minister of Energy and Mines
From: Climate Change Scientists and Climate Policy Experts
Seniors deserve quality health care and a good life in their golden years, but for too long B.C. seniors in residential care have gone without the level of care they need.
Our government is increasing staffing levels in residential care homes, because more staff hours means better care for seniors.