B.C. Brings First Nations On Board With LNG

B.C. Brings First Nations On Board With LNG

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  04. 9.2014
VICTORIA - The British Columbia government has moved to bring First Nations on board its much-anticipated multibillion-dollar liquefied...
Why a City's Symbolic Vote on Northern Gateway Matters

Why a City's Symbolic Vote on Northern Gateway Matters

04. 9.2014
Kitimat, situated at the heart of the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway oil pipeline project, is holding a municipal vote this week on...
Backed Out Of B.C. NDP Leadership Race

Backed Out Of B.C. NDP Leadership Race

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  04. 8.2014
VICTORIA - In a surprising political twist, British Columbia New Democrat John Horgan is poised to be crowned party leader next month as...
How B.C. Forestry Went From Protests To Partnerships

How B.C. Forestry Went From Protests To Partnerships

04. 4.2014
In the 1990s, destructive logging and an unresponsive forest industry prompted protests, blockades and international market campaigns from...
How B.C. Plans To Fill LNG Jobs

How B.C. Plans To Fill LNG Jobs

The Canadian Press  04. 3.2014
VICTORIA - The British Columbia government has released a road map designed to attract and train the tens of thousands of workers that...
This Kills More British Columbians Than Drunk Drivng

This Kills More British Columbians Than Drunk Drivng

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  04. 2.2014
VICTORIA - Distracted driving is killing more British Columbians than impaired driving and Attorney General Suzanne Anton said Wednesday...
What's Next For B.C. Park Amendment Act?

What's Next For B.C. Park Amendment Act?

04. 2.2014
There are guidelines over assessing what kind of activities are to be allowed in B.C. parks. However, they are not law -- they are regulations,...
Controversial B.C. Grizzly Hunt Now Open

Controversial B.C. Grizzly Hunt Now Open

Dene Moroe, The Canadian Press  04. 1.2014
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's controversial spring grizzly bear hunt opened Tuesday, with one of the highest number of hunting authorizations...
Former B.C. Premier Splits With NDP

Former B.C. Premier Splits With NDP

The Canadian Press  04. 1.2014
VANCOUVER - Former British Columbia New Democrat premier Mike Harcourt has given up his party membership in a split he says was more in...
Thousands Sign Petition To Kill B.C. Parks Law

Thousands Sign Petition To Kill B.C. Parks Law

03.31.2014
An online petition asking the British Columbia government to repeal a law that critics say will open protected park areas to pipelines...
Clark Preaching Gospel Of LNG

Clark Preaching Gospel Of LNG

Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press  03.31.2014
OTTAWA - Premier Christy Clark is projecting British Columbia will rival energy giant Alberta in terms of "contribution to Canada" once...
Bears Are My Neighbours, And You Wouldn't Slaughter Your Neighbours

Bears Are My Neighbours, And You Wouldn't Slaughter Your Neighbours

03.30.2014
How can I spend time in the company of these animals, get to know them as individuals, and allow them to become at ease in my presence......
BC's HST Hangover Hangs On

BC's HST Hangover Hangs On

03.27.2014
Compared to just five years ago, British Columbians now hand over an extra $20 bill every week of the year to the provincial government....
New Law Officially Opens B.C. Parks To Pipelines, Drilling

New Law Officially Opens B.C. Parks To Pipelines, Drilling

03.27.2014
"The government has sent a clear signal that it is open to having pipelines cut through our globally renowned protected areas," said Al...