Dam Construction Could Begin In 90 Days: BC Hydro

Dam Construction Could Begin In 90 Days: BC Hydro

The Canadian Press  10.21.2014
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's government has yet to announce a final decision on the Site C hydroelectric dam but BC Hydro has informed...
Proposed B.C. LNG Income Tax Rate Cut In Half

Proposed B.C. LNG Income Tax Rate Cut In Half

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  10.21.2014
VICTORIA - The British Columbia government climbed down from its proposed goal of a seven per cent income tax on liquefied natural gas,...
Vancouver House Flipping Levy Could Rein In Speculation

Vancouver House Flipping Levy Could Rein In Speculation

10.21.2014
It happens too often. My wife and I make friends in our community -- many of them, like us, raising small children -- and then we find...
B.C. LNG Emissions Law Greenest In World: Environment Minister

B.C. LNG Emissions Law Greenest In World: Environment Minister

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  10.20.2014
VICTORIA - New legislation introduced in British Columbia requires liquefied natural gas plants to meet emission standards or face penalties...
On $1/Day Transit, Affording Housing, Punting Footballs

On $1/Day Transit, Affording Housing, Punting Footballs

10.20.2014
Meena Wong, the COPE candidate for Vancouver mayor, sat down to answer questions on Reddit. In an AMA ("Ask Me Anything") format, Wong...
B.C. Conservative Leader Had Close Call With Grizzly

B.C. Conservative Leader Had Close Call With Grizzly

The Canadian Press  10.17.2014
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - The leader of B.C.'s Conservative Party says his political opponents seem a lot less threatening after a recent encounter...
Your Questions On Housing, Transit, Horse-Sized Ducks

Your Questions On Housing, Transit, Horse-Sized Ducks

10.16.2014
Kirk LaPointe, the NPA's candidate for Vancouver mayor, logged onto Reddit Thursday to take questions from the public. In an AMA ("Ask...
B.C. Can't Get Away With Voiding Contract Clauses: BCTF Lawyer

B.C. Can't Get Away With Voiding Contract Clauses: BCTF Lawyer

Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press  10.15.2014
VANCOUVER - A litany of consequences arise if the British Columbia government is allowed to get away with rubbing out hundreds of clauses...
B.C. Needs To Turn Jobs Blueprint Green

B.C. Needs To Turn Jobs Blueprint Green

10.15.2014
The B.C. Jobs Blueprint has a few worthy goals that, if achieved, will go a long way toward addressing both societal injustices and economic...
Proposed Massive B.C. Dam Granted Environmental Assessment Approval

Proposed Massive B.C. Dam Granted Environmental Assessment Approval

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  10.14.2014
VICTORIA - The proposed $7.9-billion Site C hydroelectric dam on the Peace River cleared major environmental hurdles Tuesday as the federal...
15,000 People Hit By B.C. Gov't Data Breach

15,000 People Hit By B.C. Gov't Data Breach

The Canadian Press  10.14.2014
VICTORIA - The B.C. government is trying to notify about 15,000 people who had their personal information hacked because they applied for...
Vancouver Election 2014: Ask The Mayoral Candidates Anything

Vancouver Election 2014: Ask The Mayoral Candidates Anything

10.14.2014
With the blessing of the moderators of the /r/Vancouver subreddit, we reached out to the three main Vancouver mayoral candidates to see...
Christy Clark's India Trade Mission Weighed Down By Puzzling Delegates

Christy Clark's India Trade Mission Weighed Down By Puzzling Delegates

10.14.2014
B.C. Premier Clark is being accompanied to India by the advanced education minister and 72 travelling companions from different economic...
B.C. Teachers' Battle With Province Shifts To Court Again

B.C. Teachers' Battle With Province Shifts To Court Again

Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press  10.14.2014
VANCOUVER - A pair of court cases that became the rallying point for British Columbia's teachers during the longest provincewide strike...