Historic Deals Open Sacred Headwaters To Development

Historic Deals Open Sacred Headwaters To Development

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  05. 6.2014
VICTORIA - A British Columbia First Nation whose territory includes some of the province's most majestic and resource rich lands signed...
Student's $16,000 Ministry Contracts Under Scrutiny

Student's $16,000 Ministry Contracts Under Scrutiny

05. 6.2014
B.C.'s education minister is investigating a Victoria student's taxpayer-funded trip to Finland to write a report on Finnish education. Anjali...
Christian Law School Strikes Back

Christian Law School Strikes Back

James Keller, The Canadian Press  05. 6.2014
VANCOUVER - A Christian university in British Columbia that requires students to sign a pledge abstaining from sex outside heterosexual...
B.C. NDP Leader's Stance On Site C Dam

B.C. NDP Leader's Stance On Site C Dam

The Canadian Press  05. 6.2014
VANCOUVER - B.C. New Democratic Party Leader John Horgan is raising concerns about the proposed Site C hydroelectric dam, just days before...
Conflict Will Be The Norm If Mining Company Ignores Our Concerns

Conflict Will Be The Norm If Mining Company Ignores Our Concerns

05. 5.2014
Fortune's actions pose risks for not only their project, but also for development elsewhere in our territory. If our values and rights...
We Lose When B.C. Government Listens To Bond Raters Over Citizens

We Lose When B.C. Government Listens To Bond Raters Over Citizens

05. 5.2014
What effect has this "free market" driven economic policy had on public services in B.C.? You don't have to look further than your local...
Can University Of Victoria Lead The Way On Divesting Fossil Fuels?

Can University Of Victoria Lead The Way On Divesting Fossil Fuels?

05. 2.2014
"If you can believe it, my faculty pension has no ethical screens. We can invest in arms, tobacco, and so on. It's outrageous, really....
Noisy Farewell For Adrian Dix

Noisy Farewell For Adrian Dix

The Canadian Press  05. 1.2014
VICTORIA - A visibly relaxed Adrian Dix cracked a self-deprecating joke to laughter and applause from both sides of the British Columbia...
What You Don't Know About B.C.'s New Opposition Leader

What You Don't Know About B.C.'s New Opposition Leader

05. 1.2014
John Horgan is officially the new leader of the B.C. NDP and the province's Opposition leader. Horgan, the MLA for Malahat-Juan de Fuca...
Signed On For B.C. LNG Project

Signed On For B.C. LNG Project

Camille Bains, The Canadian Press  04.30.2014
VANCOUVER - B.C. Premier Christy Clark says a proposed liquefied natural gas development has reached an important milestone now that four...
B.C. Parents Call For Mandatory School Vaccinations

B.C. Parents Call For Mandatory School Vaccinations

04.30.2014
A group of Vancouver parents want vaccinations to be required for kids in British Columbia's public schools. The parents have started...
My Company Owes Its Sweet Success To Temporary Foreign Workers

My Company Owes Its Sweet Success To Temporary Foreign Workers

04.30.2014
The foreign workers we hire are not just low-skilled employees who work for minimum wage. They are the driving force behind our organization....
Job Skills New Focus Of B.C. Education

Job Skills New Focus Of B.C. Education

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  04.29.2014
VICTORIA - Poets are still welcome in British Columbia's plan to re-tool the education system from Kindergarten to post-secondary institutions,...
Three-Term Surrey Mayor Won't Run Again

Three-Term Surrey Mayor Won't Run Again

04.27.2014
Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts announced her departure from city politics Saturday afternoon at the grand opening celebration for the new city...