B.C. Teachers Could Tell Forum A Thing Or Two About Innovation

B.C. Teachers Could Tell Forum A Thing Or Two About Innovation

Lizanne Foster  01.24.2015
I am curious though. I wonder what "international experts" could tell the Ministry of Education that teachers in B.C. do not already know...
When Mother Earth Has Nothing Left To Give, We Must Slow Down

When Mother Earth Has Nothing Left To Give, We Must Slow Down

Ecojustice  01.23.2015
We must learn from people who have a deep connection to place and accept that the earth has limits that must be respected.
Grieving 7-Year-Old Pens Letter To B.C. Transportation Minister

Grieving 7-Year-Old Pens Letter To B.C. Transportation Minister

Sara Harowitz  01.16.2015
A seven-year-old girl reeling from the loss of her aunt and cousin in a car crash has written an impassioned letter to B.C. Transportation...
B.C. Burial Site Deal Is 'Big Success' For First Nations

B.C. Burial Site Deal Is 'Big Success' For First Nations

Sara Harowitz  01.15.2015
B.C. First Nations are celebrating a "big success" after news that the provincial government is purchasing a controversial piece of land...
B.C. To Hunt Wolves By Helicopter To Save Endangered Caribou

B.C. To Hunt Wolves By Helicopter To Save Endangered Caribou

CP  01.15.2015
VANCOUVER - Government-contracted hunters were in helicopters over two regions of British Columbia on Thursday as the province launched...
B.C. First Nation Bans Bottled Water

B.C. First Nation Bans Bottled Water

CBC  01.15.2015
A First Nation near Lillooet, B.C. has banned the sale of bottled water in an attempt to highlight the need for safe drinking water in...
Namu, B.C.: The Province Needs To Do More

Namu, B.C.: The Province Needs To Do More

Adam Olsen  01.14.2015
For years British Columbians and Canadians have demanded that our governments do something about marine waste. The fish cannery in Namu,...
B.C. Prisons Crowded, Unsafe: Report

B.C. Prisons Crowded, Unsafe: Report

CP  01.13.2015
VICTORIA - British Columbia's jails are overcrowded, unsafe, tension-filled facilities that fail to prevent inmates from returning to crime...
Lying, Cheating B.C. Mayor Alleges Spying, Police Harassment

Lying, Cheating B.C. Mayor Alleges Spying, Police Harassment

Andree Lau  01.12.2015
The new mayor of Saanich, B.C. alleges that municipal staff want to bug his computer and that police are unfairly targeting him. In the...
Top 60 High-Demand Jobs In B.C.

Top 60 High-Demand Jobs In B.C.

Andree Lau  01. 9.2015
Canada's economic balance of power is forecast to shift this year from Alberta's oilsands to British Columbia's coast. The prediction...
LNG Pipelines Won't Carry Oil, Bitumen: B.C.

LNG Pipelines Won't Carry Oil, Bitumen: B.C.

CP  01. 6.2015
VICTORIA - A proposed network of pipelines from natural gas fields in British Columbia's northeast to liquefied natural gas export plants...
2015 Resolutions For B.C.'s Government, As Suggested By You

2015 Resolutions For B.C.'s Government, As Suggested By You

Sara Harowitz  12.31.2014
B.C. Premier Christy Clark is wrapping up 2014 as one of Canada's least popular premiers. So that got us thinking: What could she and...
Jet Fuel Spill Charges Approved Against B.C., Company

Jet Fuel Spill Charges Approved Against B.C., Company

CP  12.23.2014
NELSON, B.C. - The British Columbia government and a fuel-service company are facing allegations under the Fisheries Act in a rare prosecution...