This past weekend the Globe and Mail reported that lobbyists in the province have been making political donations on behalf of their clients, effectively camouflaging the identity of the real donors and breaking B.C.'s Elections Act in the process.
Former B.C. premier Mike Harcourt is the new chair of medical marijuana company True Leaf Medicine Inc. True Leaf has applied to Health Canada to grow and distribute medical cannabis from a facility i...
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You could hear a penny drop Wednesday night at the Renfrew Community Centre. There sat Dana Larsen, leader of the Sensible BC petition to decriminalize marijuana, left high and dry in a meeting room w...
The moment that this public trust is called into question is the point that our entire system of governance is compromised. In the interest of maintaining the integrity of B.C.'s Executive Council, I believe that my colleagues Shirley Bond and Pat Bell have an obligation to remove themselves as ministers until this matter is formally investigated.
Premier Christy Clark distanced herself from Kash Heed, a B.C. MLA and former solicitor general, who is calling on two of his Liberal caucus colleagues to resign amid a controversy over a project in P...
Today, under cannabis prohibition, youth have easier access to marijuana than alcohol or tobacco. As a law enforcement leader and former minister of public safety who has spent more than 33 years creating and enforcing laws, I know that a strictly regulated marijuana market for adult cannabis use would better protect youth through the use of regulatory tools that have proven so effective in reducing tobacco use.
The taxes resulting from a regulated cannabis market could support our most important public programs, including health and education. Rather than enforcing unworkable laws that breed violence, police would be free to focus on laws that actually protect citizens and improve public safety.
Police should create posters to warn the public about gangsters shooting up the streets of Metro Vancouver in the ongoing drug wars, according to former Vancouver senior police officer and Vancouver S...
VANCOUVER - Former B.C. solicitor general Kash Heed must pay at least $8,000 in fines for spending more than he was allowed during the 2009 provincial election campaign.The case put the high-profile f...