Water Bottling Charges Will Be Re-Examined, Says Premier

Water Bottling Charges Will Be Re-Examined, Says Premier

Andree Lau  07.14.2015
"What we have heard is people say they don`t think it is appropriate," said Christy Clark.
If The Pope Gets Climate Change, Why Can't B.C.?

If The Pope Gets Climate Change, Why Can't B.C.?

Raffi Cavoukian  07.14.2015
Forget the dirty money "jobs and billions" dreams Premier Christy Clark and her cabinet cronies sell. Their sleight of hand is clumsy,...
Canadian Site PlentyOfFish Has A New American Owner

Canadian Site PlentyOfFish Has A New American Owner

CP  07.14.2015
Match Group CEO says it plans to integrate the Vancouver-based company's mobile app into its existing family of digital and online dating...
B.C. LNG Law Introduced To Pave Way For $36-Billion Facility

B.C. LNG Law Introduced To Pave Way For $36-Billion Facility

CP  07.13.2015
Finance Minister Mike de Jong said the proposed facility would be the largest private investment in the province's history.
Nestlé May Not Be The Bad Guy It's Portrayed As

Nestlé May Not Be The Bad Guy It's Portrayed As

Blair King  07.13.2015
You can think of adjoining aquifers like adjoining swimming pools. Take the water from one and you don't affect the next. So the operation...
Massive B.C. Hydro Dam Project Approved To Start Construction

Massive B.C. Hydro Dam Project Approved To Start Construction

CP  07. 7.2015
The almost $9-billion project will generate about 10,000 jobs during construction.
B.C. To Legislate $36-Billion LNG Agreement

B.C. To Legislate $36-Billion LNG Agreement

CP  07. 6.2015
Finance Minister Mike de Jong announced that the province is working to approve a LNG export facility near Prince Rupert.
B.C. Wildfires Cost Province $80 Million -- And Counting

B.C. Wildfires Cost Province $80 Million -- And Counting

CP  07. 6.2015
"We are legally able to spend what is necessary to provide protection and combat what is shaping up to be one of the worst fire seasons...
Canada Battles Japan Over B.C. Timber In TPP Talks: Documents

Canada Battles Japan Over B.C. Timber In TPP Talks: Documents

CP  07. 6.2015
OTTAWA - One of Canada's most protected industries — British Columbia timber — has been targeted by Japan in the massive Trans-Pacific...
B.C. Health Minister Asks For Probe Into Controversial Firings

B.C. Health Minister Asks For Probe Into Controversial Firings

CP  07. 3.2015
One researcher Roderick MacIsaac committed suicide after he was fired in 2012.
B.C.'s Housing Escalators: One Goes Up, One Goes Down

B.C.'s Housing Escalators: One Goes Up, One Goes Down

Dermod Travis  07. 2.2015
While everyone's been furiously pointing fingers at each other over Vancouver's skyrocketing house prices, little attention has been paid...
Mount Polley Report Finds No Significant Risks Before Disaster

Mount Polley Report Finds No Significant Risks Before Disaster

CP  07. 2.2015
Poor dam design caused the spill of 24 million cubic metres of silt and water into nearby lakes and rivers last summer.
Vancouver City Employees Should Get $20/Hr: Mayor

Vancouver City Employees Should Get $20/Hr: Mayor

Rhianna Schmunk  06.30.2015
"... too many families are struggling to make ends meet."
Choosing Local Food Is Casting Vote For World We Want To Live In

Choosing Local Food Is Casting Vote For World We Want To Live In

Capt. Trevor Greene  06.26.2015
One epicentre of the Vancouver Island local-food scene is a funky downtown Nanaimo restaurant called Gabriel's Gourmet Café.