The NDP leader announced his party will launch post-election review sparing ‘nothing and no one, least of all me.’
Photo published in The Tyee. One of the first items that B.C.’s new government needs to deal with is finding a speedier method of reaching treaties with First Nations because the unresolved land claims issue impacts the entire province, according to two political science professors.
Proxy challenge over First Nations dealings figures into some investors’ reticence.
New Democrat leader Adrian Dix tightened his criticisms of several controversial fossil fuel export proposals at a Kitsilano event on May 4, ramping up his opposition to Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion, but also calling for public hearings on a plan for a major coal terminal in Surrey.
The Tyee talks to Fraser Surrey Docks’ CEO about how his project to expand exports should interest BC.
More than a month after members of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa set up camp atop four oil pipelines to protest Enbridge Inc.’s alleged lack of easements across their tribal territory, they say the company’s main answer so far has been to buzz their encampment with low-flying prop planes and choppers.
Downtown Vancouver may have the equivalent of nearly two-dozen 30-storey condominium towers sitting empty, serving as merely oversized “safety deposit boxes” for the wealthy, according to researchers. But blaming the city’s severe housing prices on absentee foreign investors could just be “this decade’s version of the Yellow Peril,” a UBC business professor has warned.
First Nations from across the province gathered on Musqueam territory to mark World Water Day March 22, launching discussions on a new B.C. declaration on the protection of water.
What does Liberal leadership candidate Joyce Murray have to say about co-operation, cannabis, climate change — and Campbell’s Cabinet?
As the provincial election campaign churns ahead, a new coalition of businesses, unions and environmental groups are hoping to change the conversation.