As a COPE candidate, Audrey Siegl is running in this week's municipal election. If she wins, Siegl will be the first woman of indigenous ancestry to take a seat at Vancouver city hall.
With the blessing of the moderators of the /r/Vancouver subreddit, we reached out to the three main Vancouver mayoral candidates to see if we could facilitate AMAs. After much juggling of their very busy schedules, we're excited to announce that they're keen to participate in this online experiment.
BURNABY, B.C. - Tensions have ramped up between Coast Mountain Bus Company and its unionized office staff as members of the Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union have voted 91 per cent in f...
It's an all-too-regular occurrence in this province. Government employees, whipped up by their union leaders, marching against whatever economic development opportunity is being proposed. Pipelines to the coast? Opposed. Gas exploration? Opposed. Companies creating investment revenue for pensions? Opposed. New mine? Opposed. Coal exports? Opposed. But what if government employees had a direct financial stake in the economy doing better than expected? Would they be more willing to consider ways to grow the economy? It's an interesting premise, and one the B.C. government will test in the next round of collective bargaining.
TORONTO - Porter Airlines has launched a lawsuit against the union representing 22 striking fuel workers for comments made on Twitter.The statement of claim, which was filed in Ontario Superior Court...
The union representing six fired Insurance Corporation of B.C. estimators says it will fight the dismissals because the employees were just doing what the company had told them to do. Five estimators...