Telus Health Changes Subscriptions After Overbilling Allegations
Telus Health's LifePlus program will no longer offer physicians' services to new patients, and it won't include publicly funded, medically necessary services
Telus to Get Up to $3.58 Million to Improve Internet for First Nations in B.C.
B.C. has announced 10 First Nations territories in the province are getting improved internet.
Cellphone Playing Podcast in Cupholder Not Distracted Driving Says B.C. Judge
A Campbell River resident has successfully had a distracted driving ticket thrown out after he was ticketed listening to an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience while driving.
B.C. Approves First Ride-Hailing Service in Whistler and Vancouver Island
The first ride-hailing app has been approved for use in B.C.
NDP Breaks Promise to Allow Uber into B.C. by Year End
The NDP government said that safety of its passengers is coming first in its decision.
Authorities Launch New Campaign Against Distracted Driving in B.C.
The month-long campaign is targeted at combating the practice responsible for about a quarter of all fatal crashes in the province.
Surrey Board of Trade Pushes B.C. To Embrace Ridesharing
The City of Edmonton was the first jurisdiction to adopt rules that embrace ride-sharing, and now the Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT) is lobbying the BC Government to follow Edmonton's example, encouraging the province's government to introduce ride-sharing legislation. The SBOT seeks support for Ride-Sharing Legislation through the BC Chamber of Commerce, to: 1. Bring...
Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Langley Vote in Favour of Uber
Cities want it, but Uber is not licenced in B.C.