WorkSafeBC is ramping up its direction to asbestos-abatement, demolition and general contractors to stop exposing construction workers to asbestos and to meet their legal obligation […]

WorkSafeBC sets sights on asbestos awareness

Summer is high season for vehicle breakdowns, and a new BCAA survey shows that unsafe driver behaviours and ambivalence are putting the lives of roadside […]

Slow down, move over – it’s the law

Summer brings many things, including enjoying our time on the many lakes in northern B.C. For those living on lakes year round, part time, or […]

Blue-green algae may return to lakes

The B.C. government recognizes the overwhelming generosity of British Columbians and the various organizations who are pulling together to help those affected by the wildfires […]

The best ways to help evacuees

It is Emergency Preparedness Week across Canada and the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George is offering tips for property owners to better prepare themselves in […]

Emergency preparedness week

Stigma against people who use drugs results in discrimination, impacts health, and contributes to overdoses. Sharing stories of people who use drugs can reduce stigma. […]

Stopping the stigma of drug use

The BC Arts Council is accepting applications for several project-assistance funding programs until Monday, April 3, 2017. B.C. artists, arts organizations, band councils, friendship centres […]

Apply now for a BC Arts Council grant