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B.C. says gender on ID cards can now be changed without doctor's confirmation

B.C. says gender on ID cards can now be changed without doctor's confirmation

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says gender markers on provincial identification cards can now be changed without the confirmation of a doctor or psychologist.
Five per cent of BC Ferries workers remain vaccine holdouts despite mandate

Five per cent of BC Ferries workers remain vaccine holdouts despite mandate

Some shipboard workers have already been placed on unpaid leave as vaccine mandate takes effect
Dr. Bonnie Henry tight-lipped on which orders will be lifted next week

Dr. Bonnie Henry tight-lipped on which orders will be lifted next week

Recent health orders are set to expire Tuesday
Health minister urges boosters for 53K 'high-risk' B.C. residents who've yet to respond to invites

Health minister urges boosters for 53K 'high-risk' B.C. residents who've yet to respond to invites

B.C. health-care system may be overwhelmed amid Omicron surge
BC Trucking Association complains to province about winter maintenance on Coquihalla

BC Trucking Association complains to province about winter maintenance on Coquihalla

The highway is still limited to commercial vehicles following the damage caused by the November floods
Modelling suggests transmission of Omicron has peaked in B.C., hospitalizations not far behind

Modelling suggests transmission of Omicron has peaked in B.C., hospitalizations not far behind

Hospitalizations expected to peak between Jan. 15 and 20
Kelowna boy granted exemption to Ronald McDonald House vaccine policy

Kelowna boy granted exemption to Ronald McDonald House vaccine policy

The family is breathing a massive sigh of relief
B.C. cattle ranchers not expected to feel effects of Alberta BSE case, Asian beef import bans

B.C. cattle ranchers not expected to feel effects of Alberta BSE case, Asian beef import bans

China is the Canadian beef industry's third-largest export market
B.C. Liberals launch review of new memberships ahead of Feb. 5 party leadership vote

B.C. Liberals launch review of new memberships ahead of Feb. 5 party leadership vote

VICTORIA — A British Columbia Liberal leadership candidate says he called for an audit of party memberships before the Feb. 5 leadership vote after reviewing data that raised questions about new members.
Paramedics in B.C. responded to nearly 100 overdoses a day in 2021

Paramedics in B.C. responded to nearly 100 overdoses a day in 2021

VANCOUVER — Paramedics and medical dispatchers in B.C. responded to a record-setting 35,525 overdose calls in 2021.