A 31-year-old Mission man is grateful for another chance at life after receiving a kidney transplant last month from a living donor, making him the 5,000th person in British Columbia alive today because of an organ transplant. “The success of …
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I am honoured to be the MLA for Vancouver-Mount Pleasant, and serve as BC’s Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training (AEST).
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The B.C. government is protecting some of the province’s largest trees as the first step in a new approach to old-growth management. “This province is fortunate to have trees that have been standing in place for hundreds of years – …
People living in East Vancouver will have better access to team-based urgent and primary care with the opening of the new REACH Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC). “The Reach centre will help connect more people in East Vancouver and …