Human Resources & Education

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Dress for Success aims to help pandemic-hit women

Program provides help in accessing assistance, food, counselling

B.C.'s K-12 public schools facing international students crunch

Provincial officials on Friday officially acknowledged that the international education sector has been - and will continue to be - challenged by the COVID-19 lockdown, but the impact for public K-12...

Daycares in B.C. not mandated to reopen despite new health guidelines

B.C.’s daycare centres will not be required to reopen their doors on June 1 as the public schools have, but the province has issued new health guidelines that may pave the way for some to relaunch in...

B.C. schools to re-open part-time June 1; participation optional

B.C. students and schoolchildren will have the option to return to the classroom part-time starting June 1, premier John Horgan said Friday. Horgan said the program will be completely voluntary, and...

Big organizations up; smaller organizations down

Average membership of B.C.’s top professional organizations has grown 17.2% since 2016

B.C.’s road to recovery: Libraries set for phased return to lending

Curbside pickup, digital options and a slow return to reopening buildings

B.C.’s road to recovery: Build trust when reopening offices: experts

Staff accustomed to social distancing won’t feel safe without cautious return

UPDATE: Schools to have ‘full re-launch in September’

Some school districts won’t allow teachers to wear PPE: BCTF

Truthful conversations part of riding out pandemic

53% of British Columbians experiencing negative feelings