As Conservatives’ citizenship legislation clears its final hurdle in Ottawa, a group of lawyers for refugees is promising to take them to court over a bill they’re decrying as unconstitutional.
Published in 24 Hours Vancouver | May 1, 2014 | Circulation: ca. 280,000 Cuts to legal aid in B.C. have created barriers for women fleeing domestic violence — with abusive […]
A bus driver has had his faith in people restored after witnessing a rider wearing plastic bags instead of shoes given a surprising gift this holiday weekend — a stranger’s own shoes and socks.
Canada violated the Charter of Rights and Freedoms when it shared wiretaps about an alleged ecstasy trafficker with the U.S. government, the B.C. Civil Liberties Association is claiming.
The bulk of the province’s new resource industry jobs will be in the Lower Mainland, not rural areas.
Premier Christy Clark’s ties to the private sector before re-entering politics are once against under the spotlight, after a leaked document said she was listed as “founding chair” of a private firm’s subsidiary that she has extensively promoted on trade missions since taking office.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s transit policies and push for a referendum are being questioned after revelations she worked directly on a contract for TransLink when she was briefly partnered in her ex-husband’s lobby firm before returning to politics.
BC NDP Leader Adrian Dix has called planned changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve “very disappointing.”
An anti-oil sands group is “concerned about disclosure” regarding Premier Christy Clark’s relationship with Enbridge after a document listed her as a “partner” in her ex-husband’s lobbying firm — which worked for the energy company until 2006.
A measles outbreak has reached roughly 320 diagnosed cases this week, Fraser Health reported Monday, making it the worst of its kind in B.C. history.