Residents of Fort St. James and the surrounding area will have better access to local health care with the addition of new full-time primary care physicians in the region.
Surrey residents now have improved same-day access to urgent primary care with the opening of the new Surrey Urgent Primary Care Centre.
British Columbians who do not identify as male or female will have the choice to display an X as a third option in the gender field of their B.C.-issued driver’s licence, identity card, birth certificate and BC Services Card.
People throughout the province, including patients, families and especially seniors and people with disabilities, will benefit as legislation that has been introduced takes aim at improving working conditions for health and social-sector employees.
The Government of British Columbia is opening a new urgent primary care centre for West Shore communities to better connect local residents with the primary health care they need.
Seniors and adults living with cognitive and physical challenges will have strengthened supports to help them live independently with a significant increase in the number of adult day program spaces on Vancouver Island.
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