- B.C. Lions linebacker Adam Bighill named CFL's top defensive player The Canadian Press - 40 minutes ago
WINNIPEG - Adam Bighill of the B.C. Lions is the CFL's top defensive player. More »B.C. Lions linebacker Adam Bighill named CFL's top defensive player
WINNIPEG - Adam Bighill of the B.C. Lions is the CFL's top defensive player.
- B.C. landlord registry aims to certify well-kept buildings CBC - 1 hour 7 minutes ago
Landlord B.C. has launched a new quality assurance program to let tenants know whether a building has a good reputation before they sign a lease. Buildings listed in the Certified Rental Building Program must meet mandatory requirements in terms of resident management, human rights management, building management, financial …
- Power outage in Downtown Vancouver causes traffic chaos CBC - 3 hours ago
A power outage affecting several blocks of downtown Vancouver has backed up traffic in the area just as commuters begin to head home.
- Booze and bravado fuelling one-punch attacks that change lives: Vancouver police The Canadian Press - 3 hours ago
Alcohol and bravado appear to be fuelling a disturbing trend of one-punch attacks that have left three people dead, Vancouver police say. At least 10 people this year have fallen to the ground unconscious after being hit once in the head, Vancouver police spokesman Const. Brian Montague told a news conference Thursda …
- B.C. carbon tax: is it still a world leader? CBC - 6 hours ago
"We think in British Columbia a carbon tax is a really successful way to go," she told reporters. The Premier was quick to point to B.C.'s carbon tax this week, but this isn't quite the same tax as was brought in back in 2008. The only difference is Gordon Campbell put it it in with a schedule to rise over time.
The Opposition Wildrose Thursday ramped up pressure on the government of Premier Rachel Notley to order an investigation into how the contract to litigate Alberta's $10-billion … More »Wildrose presses Notley government to investigate tobacco-litigation scandal
The Opposition Wildrose Thursday ramped up pressure on the government of Premier Rachel Notley to order an investigation into how the contract to litigate Alberta's $10-billion tobacco lawsuit was awarded under former premier Alison Redford. Wildrose critic Jason Nixon twice asked Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley what …