June 17, 2022 To protect the supply of specialized infant formulas, the Ministry of Health has issued guidelines to pharmacies asking them to keep these formulas behind the counter. This will help preserve supply during the temporary countrywide shortage of …
Welcome to our Vancouver-Kingsway Community Website
Welcome to Vancouver-Kingsway!
I am honoured to represent our community as MLA for Vancouver-Kingsway and to serve as B.C.’s Minister of Health and Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date on the work I am doing locally and in Victoria.
On this website you will find our community events calendar, links to many great local organizations, resources, copies of our community office newsletter and information on how our office can help you.
Our community office is here to assist community members, and to help you navigate provincial government programs and services. Please drop by in person, call or email us with any issues or questions you may have.
Phone: 604 660 0314
- Visit the BC Centre for Disease Control for up-to-date information, resources and best practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Call 8-1-1 to speak to a health care professional about potential COVID-19 symptoms, or any other health-related concerns.
- Access the online self-assessment tool at any time to check your symptoms and determine if you require further assessment or testing.
Non-medical information and what your government is doing to support people:
- Visit the BC Government COVID-19 webpage for the latest updates on our government’s response, including provincial health officer orders, and provincial support for individuals and businesses.
- Call 1-888-COVID19 (1-888-268-4319) for the latest on travel recommendations and social distancing, as well as support and resources from the provincial and federal government. You can also send a text to 604-630-0300.
- Call 2-1-1 or visit bc211.ca if you are a senior needing support, or if you’re a volunteer who is able to provide support.
- Visit the federal government’s webpage for information on federal support for individuals and businesses.
May 31, 2022 (Translations: French, Traditional Chinese繁體中文, Simplified Chinese简体中文, Punjabi, Tagalog, read HERE ) As of June 1, 2022, B.C.’s lowest paid workers will get a pay boost as the minimum wage increases from $15.20 to $15.65 per hour, which is …
May 30, 2022 People in one of the fastest-growing communities in B.C. are one step closer to expanded patient care as construction begins on the redevelopment of Burnaby Hospital. “Everybody deserves access to quality public health care that’s delivered close to …