Law & Politics

The provincial government took steps October 23 to smooth over relations with the Tsilhqot’in First Nation, which hold the keys to a number of economic ...

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The British Columbia legislature will undergo a full security review in light of the shootings in Ottawa, including installation of a metal-detection scanner at one ...

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The B.C. legislature held a moment of silence this afternoon in memory of the Canadian military reservist who was killed in Ottawa   

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Victoria police chief Frank Elsner said extra officers have been sent to secure the B.C. legislature building this morning (October 22) after a gunman’s attack ...

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Two new polls released this week show candidates Linda Hepner and Doug McCallum trading lead spots in the race to replace Dianne Watts as Surrey's ...

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With no limits on donations or the amount of money a party can spend, contributors are free to empty their wallets or write big cheques ...

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B.C. still without legislation governing what franchisors must disclose to potential franchisees

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Huge disparities exist between per-capita spending on public services among municipal governments in Metro Vancouver 

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