Canada's Largest Container Terminal May Expand

Canada's Largest Container Terminal May Expand

The Canadian Press  01. 7.2014
VANCOUVER - Federal Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq says an independent panel will review plans to build a major shipping-container...
Protester Shares How He Got Onstage

Protester Shares How He Got Onstage

01. 6.2014
Sean Devlin, one of two protesters who succeeded in getting within inches of Stephen Harper at a business event in Vancouver today, says his...
This Could Be Worse Than Gracie's Finger

This Could Be Worse Than Gracie's Finger

01. 6.2014
In 1982, then Social Credit cabinet minister Grace McCarthy was suspected of using her influence to have her Little Mountain riding boundaries...

Hottest B.C. Homes Are In..

01. 3.2014
Homeowners in B.C. received their annual BC Assessment property values this week, with Kitimat — the site of the proposed Northern Gateway...
Why Ferry Trips May Be About To Get Pricier

Why Ferry Trips May Be About To Get Pricier

James Keller, The Canadian Press  01. 2.2014
VANCOUVER - The former Crown corporation that operates British Columbia's coastal ferry service is adding a fuel surcharge of 3.5 per cent...
'Extremely Disappointed'

'Extremely Disappointed'

01. 1.2014
For B.C. New Democrats Leader Adrian Dix, 2013 started as a year full of promise. The NDP was well ahead of the Liberals in the polls...
Her 'Strangely Satisfying' Year

Her 'Strangely Satisfying' Year

12.31.2013
When B.C.'s provincial election campaign kicked off in April, Liberal Leader and Premier Christy Clark was trailing by nearly 20...
5 New Year's Resolutions For B.C.'s Politicians

5 New Year's Resolutions For B.C.'s Politicians

12.30.2013
It's that time when many of us make resolutions for the new year. So, in the spirit of the season, here are five ideas for B.C.'s politicians...
Government Must Pay

Government Must Pay

James Keller, The Canadian Press  12.30.2013
VANCOUVER - The British Columbia government didn't properly consult with a northern First Nation community about forestry activity and...
Small B.C. Chamber Takes Stand Against Pipeline

Small B.C. Chamber Takes Stand Against Pipeline

Keven Drews, The Canadian Press  12.29.2013
VANCOUVER - As far as business groups go, the Tofino-Long Beach Chamber of Commerce isn't the biggest or most powerful organization in...
Laneway Housing A Hit With Homeowners

Laneway Housing A Hit With Homeowners

12.29.2013
Laneway housing continues to be a popular option among Vancouver homeowners, as the city issued a similar number of permits for the rental...
Deer Killings Loom In B.C.

Deer Killings Loom In B.C.

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  12.29.2013
VICTORIA - The mayor of Oak Bay, British Columbia, gets dead deer alerts.Nils Jensen barely has time to sit for a coffee when his phone...
Premier Forgoes Africa Trip

Premier Forgoes Africa Trip

The Canadian Press  12.27.2013
VANCOUVER - B.C. Premier Christy Clark did not go on a planned trip to Kenya with her son over the holidays.Clark mentioned the trip in...
Questions Linger About Encana Bombings - The Globe And Mail

Questions Linger About Encana Bombings - The Globe And Mail

12.27.2013
The B.C. energy project that made national news five years ago wasn’t an oil operation proposed by Enbridge or Kinder Morgan – it was...