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Opinion: How medical schools can be more accountable to society through community connections

Opinion: How medical schools can be more accountable to society through community connections

Soliciting medical student feedback about work placements in ways that provokes critical reflection about inequities is part of creating more accountable medical education.
Post-secondary students skipping meals, dodging scams amid housing crunch

Post-secondary students skipping meals, dodging scams amid housing crunch

From Vancouver to Halifax schools have faced education budget cuts, a shortage of on-campus housing and an increase in rental scams that prey on desperate students.
B.C. accountant and family settle Bridgemark Group case for $1.75M

B.C. accountant and family settle Bridgemark Group case for $1.75M

Accountant Anthony Kevin Jackson and family members agree to pay $1.75 million to settle class action claim following allegations from B.C. Securities Commission of an illegal consulting scheme
B.C. wildland firefighter killed in 2023 remembered as 'a bright light'

B.C. wildland firefighter killed in 2023 remembered as 'a bright light'

The death of a 19-year-old BC Wildfire Service firefighter still weighs heavily on those who knew her.
B.C. immigration far outpacing new housing units, report reveals

B.C. immigration far outpacing new housing units, report reveals

B.C. experienced record immigration levels in 2023, but high interprovincial outmigration
‘Nightmare’ permitting strangling B.C. solar industry, say installers

‘Nightmare’ permitting strangling B.C. solar industry, say installers

New B.C. government rebates of up to $10,000 could ignite a boom in solar energy. But some warn permitting hurdles are sending the province on a 'solar coaster.'
'It's real and it's us'

'It's real and it's us'

The New Breed Brass Band brings New Orleans to Whistler on July 12
Critical habitat for endangered B.C. owl doubles under new draft recovery plan

Critical habitat for endangered B.C. owl doubles under new draft recovery plan

Latest plan comes amid years of declines for the northern spotted owl — a species now considered Canada's most endangered bird.
B.C. rejects Henry report backing non-prescribed alternates to fentanyl, other drugs

B.C. rejects Henry report backing non-prescribed alternates to fentanyl, other drugs

"Ultimately, we cannot prescribe our way out of this crisis," Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said in the report.
Province to add 51 new sheriffs to address court shortage, closures

Province to add 51 new sheriffs to address court shortage, closures

Ministry of Attorney General says Justice Institute of B.C. spring class of graduates is largest in recent memory