“Since B.C.’s humble beginnings as a colony, there has been a lot of change. Our province is now home to over 4.5 million people, and has become a pillar of confederation: vibrant, multicultural, and prosperous. 67 more words
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EDITORIAL — Down in Lotusland, they live in a different world. It’s denizens must make the difficult choices, on a daily basis, between such things as whether to take the bus or the Canada Line train, pack an umbrella or sun screen, go to a Lions game or a FIFA match under the cover of B.C. 259 more words
SURREY, B.C. – Premier Christy Clark is upgrading her government’s strategy for ending domestic violence in B.C., with a central role being played by police, even as she divests herself from decisions made by the RCMP on a closely-related issue. 539 more words
COLUMN — Like wind and solar energy, hydroelectricity is one of the greenest sources of power. That said, it’s only one factor in building Site C dam on the Peace River. 518 more words
VANCOUVER – Premier Christy Clark is adding fuel to the fire over the recent anti-Kinder Morgan protest efforts at Burnaby Mountain.
It relates to two 11-year-old girls who, accompanied by a parent, … 96 more words