A judge ruled that the province did not violate teachers' charter rights, overturning lower court rulings on class size composition.
Hours before the latest shooting, Christy Clark told residents the government stands with them in fighting threats of violence.
Ah, the feeling of salt in the wound.
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In technical jargon this is called "Ecosystem Based Management" or EBM. Or to put more plainly: nature has limits and we must respect them.
The teen was convicted of possessing and distributing child pornography last year.
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The federal health minister warns that "normalizing" marijuana will increase use and addiction, especially among youth.
Legitimizing medical marijuana would only increase use and addiction, said the federal health minister.
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"I think the world is full of examples of people who found themselves in the circumstance that forced them to discover resources within themselves they never knew were there."
It would set a precedent for Canada's fastest-budding marijuana industry.
"You can see it but you don't want to touch it, so why is on the shores?"
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The woman who was led to believe she'd won $7.5 million and needed to wire money to a Vancouver bank to collect her prize.
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There would be far greater benefit to our coastline if the aquarium educated their visitors about the grave risks of tarsands pipelines, tanker traffic and LNG ports, rather than focusing on how acrobatic dolphins can be.
Politicians aren't boy scouts. The honour code isn't going to work. One agency needs to step up and enforce the law.
RCMP say they believe this it was a targeted shooting.
Five Vancouver residents wanted the two men removed from office for accepting campaign funds from a union.
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The 2014 financial reports from B.C.'s political parties are out and my face hurts from all of the eyebrow raising.
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And the 2014 Award for Incredibly Bad Taste in Donations goes to Imperial Metals, owners of the Mount Polley mine. The spill may have been toxic, but Imperial's cash wasn't.
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The only problem with our public school system in B.C. is that we have a government that is unwilling to fund it properly.
An initial estimate had hunters shooting as many as 184 wolves.
"We decided there needed to be a new sheriff in town unafraid to comment about ongoing crime, shootings and murder in Surrey."
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This is the second serious assault in four months at the Hillside Centre.
The century-old building would taken years and $80 million to upgrade.
"Somebody needs to do a better job of protecting the coast, and the coast guard has not done it."
The agreement includes 1,565 hectares of Crown land and about $142 million dollars.
The goal of helping struggling families and the most vulnerable in society is laudable. But the problem is the minimum wage is the wrong policy to achieve this end. Before determining what the right policy is, we first need to understand who the impoverished really are. It turns out they are overwhelmingly not minimum wage earners.
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Claire Martin is familiar to viewers of "The National."
The highest-earning chief in Canada won re-election, despite widespread criticism.
The underground mine, which has not yet received federal approval, will be close to the headwaters of the Unuk River, which flows from B.C. into Alaska. The Unuk is one of southeast Alaska's largest king (chinook) salmon rivers.
Last September's proposal by the four parties isn't about engaging voters, it's about tracking voters in an era of data mining.
The woman was sexually abused, humiliated and even docked wages for sitting down, according to the tribunal.
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Furlong says he felt paralyzing pain but is now ready to move on with his life.
Not only would the bill do nothing to stop, or even reduce, the recreational killing of grizzlies, it would end up providing cover for grizzly killers who would like nothing more than to be able to mischaracterize their trophy hunting of bears as a food hunt.