With the province negotiating 250,000 job contracts with several unions in 2012, COPE 378 president David Black speaks about the coming fight, the age of austerity and today’s labour movement.
With three alleged white supremacist hate group members facing trial, several groups are building an anti-racism campaign.
Is there a link between the tar sands pipelines, the premiers’ health conference, and Indigenous rights? The Left Coast Post sat down with Indigenous advocates in Victoria.
Premiers say they will band together to get the federal government back at the health care table, but will Ottawa budge from its increasingly tough stance?
Anti-pipeline demonstrators called Harper’s support for the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline a “lack of political leadership” during his North Vancouver visit today.
Federal accusations that Enbridge opponents are “foreign” influenced “radicals” are frighteningly familiar to a Cold War historian.
In an exclusive interview, the leader of the NDP in British Columbia discusses the BC Liberals, voters, issues of importance — and the strategy taking them to the provincial election in 2013.
Does a rising tide lift all boats? Canada’s wealth gap becoming a chasm, says OECD
After First Nations blockades, a controversial copper and gold mine faces a new hurdle: a judge.
Following a wave of similar housing squats across Canada, from Toronto to Vancouver, activists occupied a Victoria building and hung a banner from the roof that read, “Build Housing Now”