VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is turning to the public before recreational marijuana is legalized for input on protecting children, making roads safer and keeping criminals out of the pot industry.
VANCOUVER — The need to hire 3,500 teachers in a rush to reduce class sizes in British Columbia is undermining the recruitment effort at the most expensive and remote districts, the province’s teachers union says.
VANCOUVER — A years-long crusade to get big money out of British Columbia’s municipal elections may finally make headway now that a new provincial government is overhauling its own reputation as the campaign finance ne’er-do-well of the western world.
September 22, 2017 - 12:38pmUpdated: September 22, 2017 - 5:15pm
VANCOUVER — British Columbia’s finance minister is citing rumours that the federal government intends to back off on elements of its proposed tax reforms that have drawn heavy criticism from small business owners across the country.
VICTORIA — British Columbia politicians of all stripes wore orange shirts during a ceremony at the legislature to remember the thousands of Indigenous children who were forced to go to Canadian residential schools.
September 21, 2017 - 11:13amUpdated: September 21, 2017 - 4:20pm
VANCOUVER — A preliminary report raises more questions than answers about the future of the controversial $8.8-billion Site C dam, with the British Columbia Utilities Commission saying it needs more information before it can make a recommendation.