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The government says the ads informed the public.
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I want my daughter's best interests to be represented by the numerous disability rights organizations that have appeared in recent years. Sadly, these organizations, like the Council of Canadians with Disabilities, too often promote policies that pose real dangers to her. It's important to understand why a group like this would decide to hold these positions.
One would be hard-pressed to find a single government forecast for the Sea-to-Sky highway project ($195 million over its first estimate), the Port Mann or the South Fraser Perimeter Road that has been met.
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The judge said the boy should not be punished for his stoicism.
If you think it’s okay to leave your children unsupervised, think again. A B.C. Supreme Court has ruled that children under the age of 10 should not be left home alone, no matter how mature they are....
Her lawyers argued her choice to work as a dominatrix "shows a lack of correct thinking" as a result of the brain injury.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - A British Columbia man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for keeping his HIV status from his sexual partners.New Westminster police say they received a tip in November 2...
VANCOUVER - A program allowing women prisoners to keep their newborns with them while behind bars has resumed at Alouette Correctional Centre for Women.BC Corrections says the Mother-Child Program com...
B.C. is home to 75 per cent of Canada's bird species, 70 per cent of its freshwater fish species and 66 per cent of its butterfly species. More 1,900 of these species are at-risk. A staggering 87 per cent these don't receive any protection under provincial or federal laws.
Madame Justice Susan Griffin is known in the legal profession as a real straight shooter and one of B.C.'s most respected jurists, which makes the damning conclusions of her decision in the B.C. Teachers' Federation case all the more extraordinary. Judicial writing like this doesn't come along every day.
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VICTORIA - British Columbia's teachers say they'll be looking for signs next month that Premier Christy Clark's government is abiding by a B.C. Supreme Court ruling that fined the province $2 million....
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's government violated the rights of incarcerated mothers when it cancelled a program allowing inmates to serve time with their babies, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled...
KELOWNA, B.C. - A jury in Kelowna, B.C., has concluded that Joelon Verma deliberately planned the murder of 24-year-old Brittney Irving over 20 kilograms of marijuana.The jury reached a verdict this a...
VANCOUVER - Two British Columbia men must pay the United States securities commission more than US$4.5 million over a stock manipulation scam, a B.C. judge ruled Friday.The enforcement order follows a...
The government had a clear opportunity to fix the gag on free political speech built into our province's Election Act last spring, when the act was being amended by the legislature. For reasons unknown, they chose not to.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has sided with Jamie Bacon in his fight with provincial corrections officials, saying the accused killer's rights were violated when jailhouse conversations with his lawyer...
The B.C. Supreme Court is expected to rule Wednesday on whether the province's tough new drunk-driving law violates constitutional rights. Described as the strictest impaired driving law in Canada, t...