The New Leaf project took 115 homeless people who were confirmed not to have serious mental or substance abuse problems, and put $7,500 in the pockets of 50 of them to see if they could turn their life around. One entire year later, most recipients still had $1,000 in savings and 67% were could still feed themselves every day.
The Province has selected Morneau Shepell to develop a free mental health counselling and referral service for post-secondary students throughout British Columbia.
An all-electric powered seaplane has taken flight in Vancouver, Canada, in what the operators describe as a “world first” for the aviation industry.
The British Columbia government announced Friday it will provide reconstructive lower surgery for transgender people.
The government of British Columbia has proposed new regulations restricting the transportation of oil through the western Canadian province in what is expected to be a major setback for a planned pipeline expansion project.
The first traces of people living in the Fraser Valley date from 8,000 to 10,000 years ago. The StÃ³:lÅ called this area, their traditional territory, S’Ã³lh TÃ©mÃ©xw. The early inhabitants of the area were highly mobile hunter-gatherers.