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Muni Morsels: April 8 Meeting

Muni Morsels: April 8 Meeting

Bits & Bites from Bowen Council
New streamlined registry aims to speed up attaching patients to family doctors

New streamlined registry aims to speed up attaching patients to family doctors

Health Minister Adrian Dix says the goal is to reach out to everyone on the Health Connect registry at least every three months
'Micro-weddings' at Vancouver city hall reach almost 600 since 2020

'Micro-weddings' at Vancouver city hall reach almost 600 since 2020

James Watson: "We picked an iconic venue, which is quite a nice place to get married."
Watch: Multi-agency response douses mock wildfire in North Vancouver

Watch: Multi-agency response douses mock wildfire in North Vancouver

A large exercise led by local firefighters took crews up the waters of Indian Arm to Camp Jubilee
What is Alzheimer's disease, and what are the symptoms and treatments for the condition?

What is Alzheimer's disease, and what are the symptoms and treatments for the condition?

The leading cause of dementia affects hundreds of thousands of Canadians each year. Here are the disease’s signs, stages, symptoms, treatments and more
Ladies Golf Season set to tee off on Bowen

Ladies Golf Season set to tee off on Bowen

The League is looking for some new tee-mates for the year ahead
Here's how much it costs to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Metro Vancouver this April

Here's how much it costs to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Metro Vancouver this April

Four of Canada's top five most expensive cities are located in Metro Vancouver.
Late dump of snow wraps 'wild ride' of a season for North Shore ski hills

Late dump of snow wraps 'wild ride' of a season for North Shore ski hills

This weekend is the last chance for spring skiing at Seymour and Cypress, while Grouse is expected to end their season later this month
Tiny B.C. town rallies around killer whale calf rescue effort as time ticks away

Tiny B.C. town rallies around killer whale calf rescue effort as time ticks away

ZEBALLOS, B.C. — It's just after 10 a.m., and Yvonne Malanfant has finished brewing a fresh pot of coffee and placing a plate of homemade quesadillas with a side dish of spicy mayonnaise on a table for everybody to share.
B.C. tables anti-racism legislation, promises to hold public bodies accountable

B.C. tables anti-racism legislation, promises to hold public bodies accountable

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government tabled legislation Thursday that's designed to hold public bodies accountable for addressing systemic racism in policy and programs, the province's attorney general said.