- First Nations chief asks to meet B.C. premier over pipelines CBC - 5 hours ago
A First Nations chief in northern B.C. is demanding a face-to-face meeting with the premier over pipeline projects.
- Taxpayers Federation outraged after acupuncturist's alleged fraud CBC - 20 hours ago
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is outraged that a Richmond, B.C. acupuncturist was able to defraud the province's Medical Services Plan for years.
- Vancouver Island coal mine application rejected CBC - 20 hours ago
- Mission apartment building fire under investigation CBC - 20 hours ago
- Independent probe clears officers in Vancouver and Prince George cases The Canadian Press - 22 hours ago
SURREY, B.C. - A police officer had no choice but to shoot a knife-wielding Vancouver man last October, says British Columbia's police watchdog in a report that cleared the officer involved of any wrongdoing in the death of Christopher Ray.
- B.C. court rules hydro project can proceed without an environmental assessment The Canadian Press - 22 hours ago
VANCOUVER - The B.C. Supreme Court has ruled that a hydro-electric development in northeastern B.C. should be allowed to proceed without an environmental assessment.
- Google buys B.C. firm's quantum computer for NASA lab CBC - Fri, 17 May, 2013
A quantum computer made by Burnaby, B.C.-based D-Wave Systems has been purchased by Google and installed at a NASA lab to solve problems requiring "creativity" — something that conventional computers ...
- Advocates want funding for new French immersion programs CBC - Fri, 17 May, 2013
The group that advocates for French in B.C. public schools says a new funding model needs to be considered in order to spread the money around.
- Residential school survivors reunite in Williams Lake CBC - Fri, 17 May, 2013
Residential school survivors in Williams Lake, B.C., are reuniting this weekend to remember and heal.
- B.C. teachers return to bargaining table with Liberal government CBC - Fri, 17 May, 2013
B.C. teachers and the province return to the bargaining table in just over a week to attempt to hammer out a new contract.
- Rave worries close access road to Vancouver Island beach CBC - Fri, 17 May, 2013
Roads leading to a popular Vancouver Island beach will be closed over the Victoria Day long weekend to prevent a 'rave' party from occurring, according to B.C. Parks.
- Taxes on top of gas taxes outrage Taxpayers Federation CBC - Fri, 17 May, 2013
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is raising concerns about the level of taxes on gasoline and diesel fuels B.C., saying drivers in Vancouver now pay the second highest taxes on fuel, after Montreal.
- B.C. NDP brass publicly support Adrian Dix CBC - Fri, 17 May, 2013
B.C. NDP Leader Adrian Dix has kept a low profile since conceding victory to the Liberals in this week's election, but some members of the party brass are supporting him.
- B.C. acupuncturist accused of defrauding MSP CBC - Thu, 16 May, 2013
A Richmond acupuncturist is accused of bilking B.C.'s Medical Services Plan of more than $2 million after claiming to have seen up to 461 patients in a single day.
- Christy Clark's re-election renews pipeline debate CBC - Thu, 16 May, 2013
- Accidents and crashes expected to spike on long weekend CBC - Thu, 16 May, 2013
The Victoria Day long weekend is one of the busiest — and most dangerous — times of the year on B.C. roads, according to the ICBC.
- Gitga'at evict Northern Gateway crew conducting spill response survey The Canadian Press - Thu, 16 May, 2013
HARTLEY BAY, B.C. - Members of the Gitga'at Nation say they have evicted a Northern Gateway Pipelines crew from their territory on the north coast of British Columbia as it tried to conduct oil spill response surveys.
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