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Pharmacists ask parents not to stockpile kids meds

Pharmacists ask parents not to stockpile kids meds

The federal government imported one million units of children's acetaminophen — commonly known as Tylenol — as emergency relief amid a shortage coupled with soaring rates of influenza and respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV.

Pharmacists ask parents not to stockpile kids meds

B.C.'s COVID response praised for 'nimbleness'

B.C.'s COVID response praised for 'nimbleness'

The review made 26 findings, including recommendations around better communications, transparency, data collection and improved public trust. Farnworth said the government tried to be as open as possible during the pandemic and based its decisions on the best public health advice available.

B.C.'s COVID response praised for 'nimbleness'

B.C. special needs kids need more help: watchdog

B.C. special needs kids need more help: watchdog

While she supports the New Democrat government's recent decision to reverse a plan to phase out individual funding for children with autism, she said Premier David Eby also needs to provide equitable resources to help all children with special needs.

B.C. special needs kids need more help: watchdog

Van home sales fell 53% from year ago: board

Van home sales fell 53% from year ago: board

The board warned such conditions could persist as inflation remains stubbornly high and further interest rates are expected, encouraging people to forego home purchases over the holidays.

 

Van home sales fell 53% from year ago: board

Science will help solve overdose crisis: Trudeau

Science will help solve overdose crisis: Trudeau

Their meeting came just a few days after B.C.'s coroner released the overdose death toll for October of 179 people, saying the illicit drug supply has created an environment where everyone who uses substances is at risk.

Science will help solve overdose crisis: Trudeau

Frigid conditions persist over much of B.C.

Frigid conditions persist over much of B.C.

A dusting of snow, no more than five centimetres, is expected in Fraser Valley, Howe Sound, Sunshine Coast, southern Gulf Islands and Metro Vancouver., potentially creating challenges for the afternoon commute, but Environment Canada predicts "significantly less" impact than Tuesday night's storm.

Frigid conditions persist over much of B.C.

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