B.C. will establish a new comprehensive child care center in Vancouver
To provide better care for children in need in BC, the Minister of Health Dean Dean announced today that a new complex care transition centre will be established at the Sunny Hill Children’s Health Center in Vancouver. The hospital operates to fill vacancies in complex care needs and becomes the country's first center to provide comprehensive support for children with medical difficulties. The authorities also plan to move the Sunny Hill Children's Health Center back to the main district of the BC Children's and Women's Hospital at the end of August next year.
The new integrated care transition center will be entirely focused on patients and families, providing trauma care in a culturally safe environment, through education and building nursing capabilities, helping children and their families improve their quality of life and avoid entering emergency care. Patients and their families under the age of 19 will be able to obtain medical services from assessment, examination, treatment, education, training, etc., to help families take care of sick children at home and provide support.
Transport United began to force passengers to wear masks today
Starting today, all passengers on transportation lines are required to wear masks. Most people consciously abide by the relevant rules. The Metro Vancouver Traffic Police said that in the early stage of the measures, education and publicity will be the main focus, and law enforcement actions will not be launched against offenders.
On the first day of the new measures, the Universiade issued masks to the public at the entrance of the Waterfront Skytrain Station to remind the public that the new regulations would take effect.
Some citizens expressed support for the new measures, believing that wearing masks can help curb the spread of the virus. They had worn masks indoors as early as the beginning of the outbreak.
Another citizen said that he supports the measures, but he is not optimistic about how to implement law enforcement, because there are more people on buses and cranes, and it is difficult for law enforcement officers to monitor everyone on the bus.
Immigration Canada reminds job seekers to beware of job scams
The Department of Immigration Canada warned that some scam groups set up scams for foreigners who want to come to Canada to work online, defrauding them of money in the name of helping them introduce jobs and handle immigration.
In order to gain the trust of the victims, this type of scam is very carefully designed, with different people playing the roles of headhunting company, employer and immigration consultant. The victim was first contacted by someone pretending to be a headhunting company, and then went through a whole set of recruitment procedures. After the recruitment process is completed, the immigration consultant comes on stage, asking for money usually at this stage.
In order to gain the trust of the victims, the scam group not only designed the website of the recruitment company, but also used the real name and the identity and qualifications of a legally practising immigration consultant, and claimed to be a cooperative unit of a Canadian government agency.
The Ministry of Immigration said that those who encounter this situation must check the identities of immigration consultants and headhunting companies, and check the authenticity of the location of the office and the website.