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.
Lawyers are calling on B.C. to reform its wrongful death laws in the wake of a new $50,000 fund established for each child of missing and murdered women, including Robert Pickton’s victims.
Alberta’s energy minister insists the push for new pipelines from the oilsands will be unaffected by premier Alison Redford’s resignation Wednesday.
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B.C. Attorney General Suzanne Anton officially confirmed what 24 hours first reported Monday — that the children of missing women will each get $50,000 in compensation.
The province and Vancouver are poised to settle their portion of a lawsuit with 13 children whose mothers’ DNA was found on serial killer Robert Pickton’s farm, 24 hours has learned. Each of the children will receive $50,000 plus legal costs.
B.C. is dodging freedom-of-information requests by mislabelling some records as “transitory,” a government watchdog says.
Canada Border Services Agency is now reviewing its use of private contractors for guarding detainees following the in-custody death of a Mexican woman.
Vancouver released its proposal for the troubled Downtown Eastside neighbourhood Thursday at a price tag of more than $1 billion.
As environmental groups returned to court Thursday in their lawsuit to protect the province’s old growth rainforests, the B.C. government argued the Supreme Court was the wrong venue to debate the matter.