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Province preparing to regulate thousands of mental-health counsellors

Province preparing to regulate thousands of mental-health counsellors

The goal is to ensure basic standards for education, licensing and professionalism.
Royal Jubilee Hospital switch to electronic medical records expected to result in temporary delays

Royal Jubilee Hospital switch to electronic medical records expected to result in temporary delays

Startup scheduled for June 8; some patients could be diverted from ER as staff get used to using the new system
Woman collapses at pub, quick CPR saves her life

Woman collapses at pub, quick CPR saves her life

Shonna Leung wants to see stepped-up CPR training and AED machines in all venues after her partner — “the healthiest woman around” — suffered a heart attack while out dancing.
No-fault system is benefiting British Columbians rather than enriching lawyers: Eby

No-fault system is benefiting British Columbians rather than enriching lawyers: Eby

Any gaps in coverage in the new no-fault system can be addressed in a five year-review, the premier says
Cyberattacks on health authority, province, London Drugs not related: premier’s office

Cyberattacks on health authority, province, London Drugs not related: premier’s office

The First Nations Health Authority is the latest high-profile victim of a cybersecurity ransomware attack in the province
Cyclist left quadriplegic after crash says ICBC savings are built on backs of crash victims

Cyclist left quadriplegic after crash says ICBC savings are built on backs of crash victims

Victoria lawyer Tim Schober says no-fault insurance helped turn ICBC’s financial fortunes around, but victims like him are paying the price
UVic prof caught up in 2012 health firings remembered as 'force of nature'

UVic prof caught up in 2012 health firings remembered as 'force of nature'

Health Minister Adrian Dix called UVic professor Rebecca Warburton a ‘remarkable, determined, generous person who stuck to her position and stuck to her belief in the evidence’
Students seek naloxone kits in UVic dorms after fatal OD

Students seek naloxone kits in UVic dorms after fatal OD

The group is looking into having mandatory training for all students during orientation at UVic, in partnership with university administration
Coroner's inquest will investigate death of UVic student who died from drug overdose, says premier

Coroner's inquest will investigate death of UVic student who died from drug overdose, says premier

Sidney McIntyre-Starko went into cardiac arrest following fentanyl poisoning in a UVic dorm room
Green leader calls for child-protection workers to have social-worker training, oversight

Green leader calls for child-protection workers to have social-worker training, oversight

A bill introduced by Furstenau this week would amend the Social Workers Act to require anyone using the title “social worker” to hold a degree in social work and be registered with the B.C. College of Social Workers