Major glitch in provincial computer system hurting B.C.'s most vulnerable

The Opposition Critic for Social Development says a major glitch in the provincial computer system is putting vulnerable children and adults at serious risk.

The province’s Integrated Case Management system, which handles information from a range of ministries, has been crashing repeatedly, said Michelle Mungall, the MLA for Nelson-Creston.

Mungall said this may mean that people receiving income support may not be getting the cheques they rely on, and children in protection are on their own.