The man felt "humiliated and degraded" after the sexual assault charge, and sued.
It's bad enough that David Black is allowing his newspaper chain to print misinformation. Newspaper people are usually pretty big on getting their facts right. But it is worse that Black is letting this happen at the same time he is seeking environmental credibility to bolster his refinery plans. The disconnect makes people wonder whether they can trust his "green" claims about Kitimat if his newspapers are preaching climate denial.
A B.C. media mogul says he has found the $25 billion he needs to build a crude oil refinery in Kitimat, but he had to raise
China's largest bank will be helping to finance the proposed Kitimat refinery, which would process oil from the Alberta oilsands
Unionized staff at 55 claims-related Insurance Corporation of B.C. locations will stage a one-day strike Sept. 18, their
David Black, founder of Victoria-based Black Press, surprised many last week when he called a news conference and proposed
For all those who in Alberta that keep saying that the people of British Columbia have to be "educated" about pipelines, and just so Stephen Harper is up to date on his science: Building a pipeline over smashed, broken, uplifted, twisted Jurassic-era islands, downsized by erosion, lost islands turned into mountains, buried and shaped by kilometres of glacial ice, is a completely different story altogether.