B.C. Throne Speech Highlights

B.C. Throne Speech Highlights

The Canadian Press  02.11.2014
VICTORIA - Some highlights from the B.C. government's latest speech from the throne, delivered Tuesday by Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon:— The...
LNG Pursuit Like Race To Land On Moon: Clark

LNG Pursuit Like Race To Land On Moon: Clark

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  02.11.2014
VICTORIA - British Columbia Premier Christy Clark's latest throne speech compares her government's pursuit of liquefied natural gas to...
Big Agenda For Legislature Sitting

Big Agenda For Legislature Sitting

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  02.10.2014
VICTORIA - British Columbia's highly anticipated plans to regulate and tax the liquefied natural gas industry remain a work in progress,...
Is MMBC A Four-Letter Word For Small Business?

Is MMBC A Four-Letter Word For Small Business?

02. 9.2014
Small businesses that are already getting greener and cleaner could be responsible for thousands of dollars of fees that they must pass...
IOC Open To Gay Reform: Tim Stevenson

IOC Open To Gay Reform: Tim Stevenson

02. 8.2014
Vancouver Coun. Tim Stevenson says he received a great reception from the International Olympic Committee in Sochi. Stevenson is in Sochi...
Bridge Tolls To Stay

Bridge Tolls To Stay

Dene Moore, The Canadian Press  02. 8.2014
VANCOUVER - Traffic has dropped substantially on the Port Mann bridge near Vancouver since tolls were introduced, British Columbia's transportation...
We Are All 'Directly Affected' By Kinder Morgan Pipeline

We Are All 'Directly Affected' By Kinder Morgan Pipeline

02. 7.2014
In effect, our right to participate in environmental reviews was restricted by a new requirement placed on each and every one of us --...
Will B.C. Continue To Thumb Its Nose At Information Commissioner?

Will B.C. Continue To Thumb Its Nose At Information Commissioner?

02. 7.2014
She ended her letter to the minister with a call to action: "It is vital for open and accountable government that, whatever the form of...
B.C. Appeals Teachers Ruling

B.C. Appeals Teachers Ruling

The Canadian Press  02. 7.2014
VANCOUVER - The B.C. government has filed an appeal of a court decision that concluded the province violated the bargaining rights of teachers.A...
B.C. Wants A Say On Kinder Morgan Pipeline

B.C. Wants A Say On Kinder Morgan Pipeline

The Canadian Press  02. 7.2014
VANCOUVER - The province of British Columbia has filed an application to take part in the public hearings into Kinder Morgan's proposed...
Social Workers Left B.C. Teen In 'No-Go Zone'

Social Workers Left B.C. Teen In 'No-Go Zone'

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  02. 6.2014
VICTORIA - British Columbia's independent children's representative says threats of violence that include pointing guns and knives at social...
Are CSIS, RCMP Watching Them?

Are CSIS, RCMP Watching Them?

Vivian Luk, The Canadian Press  02. 6.2014
VANCOUVER - Civil liberties advocates in British Columbia have filed complaints against CSIS and the RCMP over allegations the agencies...
B.C. Steps Up Fight Against Domestic Violence

B.C. Steps Up Fight Against Domestic Violence

The Canadian Press  02. 5.2014
VICTORIA - The B.C. government is developing a domestic violence program that would include specific approaches to help aboriginal, immigrant,...
BC Ferries Cuts To Sail Ahead

BC Ferries Cuts To Sail Ahead

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  02. 5.2014
VICTORIA - British Columbia's transportation minister says cuts are coming to 16 BC Ferries routes, even though the majority of people...