Canada & World

B.C. residents save 24 megawatt hours during Earth Hour

The savings up are nine megawatt hours from 2015

Former B.C. children’s watchdog sues province

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond has filed a civil claim against the province over unpaid pension benefits

Fourteen members of B.C. legislature spend last day in the house

Their retirements signal a changing of the guard in B.C.

Balcony sprinklers to be required for four-storey wood-frame buildings

The provincial regulations come into effect on July 20

  • Mar 15th, 2017

VIDEO: Young people aren’t profiting from strong B.C. economy, says report

Generation Squeeze reports those aged 25 to 44 earn up to $10,000 less than they did in decades ago

B.C. economy to grow more slowly over next two years: Central 1 Credit Union

Metro Vancouver’s once-sizzling housing market will no longer fuel the growth

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B.C. judge calls for harsher sentences for fentanyl dealers

Top court says longer sentences would reflect the current “public health crisis”

Most Canadians don’t feel more women needed in politics: survey

Women’s rights group calls on political parties to recruit more women on International Women’s Day

Liberals defy PM, approve genetic testing bill he calls unconstitutional

Government backbenchers join Opposition to vote through bill 222-60