Sequilla Stubbs needs supportive housing. All the province has offered is a hospital bed.
With Canada experiencing massive backlogs in immigration, newly arrived families across the province could be unable to obtain the documents needed to enrol their kids in school
As back rent now comes due, the pandemic has outlived the province’s protections.
While rapid testing was key to BC’s early success in fighting COVID-19, this has now given way to some of the longest wait times in the country
Following up on the ball python who died in Victoria after repeatedly escaping from the bag of its apparently homeless owner.
In some senior's homes, up to half of all residents have been prescribed potentially dangerous anti-psychotics not for psychosis, but because it makes them easier to handle
Our months-long investigation into the correctional system failures now alleged to have resulted in a Metchosin man murdered in his home
It wasn't inevitable that Canada would see 7,000 dead from COVID-19. This is the story of the missed decisions and ignored warnings of the greatest Canadian public health failure of modern times.