Two-spirit, transgender and gender-diverse people in B.C. can now change gender designations on B.C. government ID without the confirmation of a physician or psychologist.
Clinical trials of burosumab in patients under the age of 18 showed reduced deformities in lower extremities, as well as significant improvements in stiffness and the severity of rickets.
Olivia was followed by Liam, Noah, Jack, Emma, Benjamin, Theodore, Oliver and Charlotte, according to Vital Statistics Agency preliminary figures.
The province received its first doses of COVID-19 vaccine one year ago today (Dec. 14) when a shipment arrived in Vancouver.
A trail between Parksville and Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park could be completed as soon as summer 2022.
Starting Jan. 4, prior to appearing in provincial court family matters, participants will be required to take the Parenting After Separation or Parenting After Separation for Indigenous Families course.
One example is Nanaimo-Ladysmith School District’s one-on-one mentorship and cultural support program to assist youth at the highest risk of being recruited by a gang or who are currently gang-affiliated.
The provincial government has appointed 11 people as the first members of the Provincial Accessibility Committee (PAC), intended to remove barriers for people with disabilities.
Rivers have reached peak levels and are now receding in all areas, according to the River Forecast Centre.
Just over one per cent of the BC Public Service are unvaccinated or declined to disclose their status, the province said.

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