VICTORIA - A resident of British Columbia's Sunshine Coast has delivered a petition signed by more than 21,000 people, demanding more government control of BC Ferries.Laural Eacott of Powell River sai...
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Mumtaz Ladha says her reputation and finances have suffered as a result of what she says was a wrongful criminal prosecution.
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What choices can I make as an individual taxpayer with the money you say you have saved me? I can't provide a better public transportation system. I can't provide more doctors or more nurses. I can't ensure our elderly are cared for.
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Teachers' union president Jim Iker says the mistake will waste thousands of dollars in extra mailing costs.
De Jong should be commended for B.C.'s exclusive membership in the balanced budget club. But with its commitment to the status quo, the government misses an opportunity to build an even better economic future.
But what's really killing off the economic hopes of most British Columbians is the incessant nickel-and-diming by a government that lacks the political will to set personal income tax rates at a level where the tax burden is shared fairly among everyone in B.C.
Harper says the tax relief will be available for capital assets acquired up to 2025.
"Neither of us like it, but we know it has to be done. This is a war."
The Crown's theory is that Nuttall and Korody were self-radicalized.
Finance Minister Mike de Jong's budget projects a surplus of $284 million.
The amount is broken down as $850,000 for the land and $4.6 million for the private owner, who had started to build a retirement home on the property.
The former professional stunt double for Arnold Schwarzenegger committed to the fiery stunt if voter turnout improved.
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So, what did Kinder Morgan tell Washington State that it refuses to tell B.C.?
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"We're going to be doing this for the next five years."
I'm sorry that you are forced to sit for 6 hours each school-day despite research that reveals the detrimental cognitive and health effects of excessive sitting. I wish you had not had your curiosity crushed by classroom conformity.
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Previous bold forecasts of a liquefied natural gas bonanza for the province were muted.
At this moment in time, all we really know is that the status quo in our mining industry cannot go on.
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Nanaimo, B.C. city council recently passed a motion to work on a bylaw that would require residents to license their cats, despite staff recommendations not to do so. "It appears that we have a proble...
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“I conclude the defendants have been careless or indifferent to the accuracy of the facts,” said a B.C. Supreme Court justice.
Companies will pay little more than a toonie.
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It would seem -- somewhere along the way -- the government decided doing something to British Columbians was easier than working for them.
RCMP Deputy Commissioner Craig Callens — the commanding officer for the province — sent a memo to the province's director of police services outlining the potential impact of the cuts.
The Mayors' Council could break from past unsuccessful referenda by getting a Yes vote this spring. But they have to get to work now and most importantly, use openness to earn the voters' trust.
First Nations Summit Grand Chief Ed John says there's a massive need for mining reform in the province.
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If the tax is approved, Metro Vancouver shoppers will see a combined PST and transit tax totalling 7.5 per cent on their receipts.
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An investigation has been launched.
Overhauling our current, regressive approach would be a positive step in addressing poverty and income inequality, and ensuring a sustainable health care system for now, and future generations.
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The report says the dam's design didn't take into account the glacial environment.
B.C.'s privacy watchdog is calling for improved teamwork between the government and her office.
Clark said that her government would hike the budget this year for B.C.'s Ministry of Mines and Energy by nearly $10 million
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The former Vancouver councillor was elected to the legislature in 1996 and subsequently became the first Chinese-Canadian to sit in the B.C. cabinet.
I am curious though. I wonder what "international experts" could tell the Ministry of Education that teachers in B.C. do not already know about students and their needs?