The judge also awarded special costs to Furlong, calling the behaviour of the plaintiff reprehensible and deserving of a rebuke.
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Atwell alleged his city hall computer had been bugged after details of his extra-marital affair went public.
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The provincial government owes it to all British Columbians who have invested 22 years and over $600 million in the treaty process to be open and transparent about your in-camera decisions.
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It's time to put teachers on a similar footing as lawyers, accountants, and nurses, said the education minister.
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Just as a gardener may imagine what will emerge in the summer after the planting of new seeds in the spring, I too imagine what could emerge in our province in the future.
The B.C. Liberal government has actively supported trophy killing, going so far as to ensure that foreign hunters are given even more opportunities to kill grizzly bears. This bill is an opportunity to open the dialogue once more on how we can pressure this government to amend their position on trophy killing.
Gregor Robertson had hoped to get Vancouver's homeless off the streets by 2015.
The group of activists say the approval process goes against Canadians' charter rights.
VANCOUVER - Veteran member of B.C.'s legislature Jenny Kwan has won a hard-fought nomination race to represent the NDP in Vancouver East in the upcoming federal election.Kwan squared off against fello...
One industry insider predicts that 2015 will be one of B.C. film's most lucrative years ever.
The producer, originally from Los Angeles, was convicted of crack cocaine possession in 2012 and sentenced to deportation from the States.
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Commissioner Gord Macatee says he's wondering if Nanaimo and Salt Spring Island both need three ferry terminals each.
Well, that's one way to froth up an issue.
It is commendable that your government has balanced three consecutive provincial budgets, but British Columbians (and our children in particular) are hardly better off because of it.
Like it or not, this referendum is the meal that is being served on the table.
Panel chair Harry Swain says that the province went ahead and approved the construction of the Site C dam in haste at a time when, "there's a whole bunch of unanswered questions, some of which would be markedly advanced by waiting three or four years."
"This is about the future of the region — how it's going to be shaped."
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B.C. may very well have some of the lowest personal income tax rates in Canada, but that doesn't mean the lowest tax bill. So doing that "lowest personal income tax" thing is a cute trick, but at the end of the day it's a trick. And not a particularly empathetic one.
Why do I think the Yes side can win? Of the dozens of conversations I have had about the congestion tax, the opposition to voting yes is surprisingly soft. I am convinced that most voters are seeking a reason to back the tax.
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The hourly rate will jump to $10.45 from $10.25. It's the first increase in three years.
"The food is causing people to experience diarrhea, nausea, vomiting."
If you are a voter who has been feeling like your family's needs have been ignored given the BC Liberals' choices for the past 14 years, consider joining the recall effort.
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B.C. Premier Christy Clark is raising concerns that the federal government's anti-terrorism bill could "impinge" on the rights of Canadians.The premier questions Bill C-51 in an interview on CTV's Que...
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Vancouver's mayor wants to assure the public that TransLink will spend its money properly if the referendum passes.
"We don't know what's in those e-cigarettes," said the health minister.
Grizzly bear hunters in B.C. can currently take certain parts of the animal, like the head, hands and fur, and leave behind the rest.
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Not allowing unionized workers on the $8.8-billion project would have amounted to "chaos."
"It's a totally different design in terms of the tailings storage facility itself."
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The Nanaimo-Alberni MP has also used his Twitter account in the past to question climate change.
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VICTORIA - Camouflage-wearing hunters set up camp Monday at the British Columbia legislature in an attempt to shoot down big-game hunting quotas they say wrongly favour guide-outfitters and rich out-o...
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Two moms and five kids tried to use a playground at a North Vancouver French private school around 4 p.m. The principal asked them to leave because the school grounds are off-limits to the public until 5:30 p.m. The playground was built from money fundraised by neighbourhood parents. If children cannot play in a playground that their parents fundraised for, where can they go?
"None of us thought we would have to keep scraping the cupboards to keep cutting."