RCMP is reporting a string of fatal traffic accidents as drivers begin traveling highways in the province the New Year.
In a media report Monday, just seven days into 2019, RCMP said there have been four major accidents involving fatalities stretching from Field and Fernie in the eastern part of the province to Vernon and to Richmond on the Lower Mainland.
A new study finds that BC’s news media frequently reinforce the assumption that there is an inevitable trade-off between environmental protection and job creation.
By Marc Lee
It would seem Animal House has closed at the B.C. legislature in favour of a new production – A Taste of Shakespeare – with scenes from Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Titus Andronicus and a special audience introduction to Puck from a Midsummer Night's Dream.
The performances are replete with tales of betrayal, revenge and possible redemption.
At the time of year when the focus is on giving, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives researchers have found that BC’s 10 wealthiest billionaires can afford to give thousands of times more than the rest of us.
BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) influenza experts are advising British Columbians that influenza activity is increasing as we head into the holiday period. High-risk individuals and their close contacts should be vaccinated as soon as possible.
The Government of British Columbia has released its CleanBC plan aimed at reducing climate pollution, while creating more jobs and economic opportunities for people, businesses and communities.
RCMP said the first weekend of December has proved deadly on British Columbia highways, resulting in a number of fatalities.
Seniors deserve quality health care and a good life in their golden years, but for too long B.C. seniors in residential care have gone without the level of care they need.
Our government is increasing staffing levels in residential care homes, because more staff hours means better care for seniors.
A bit of good news came out of Victoria this week, which could have easily been missed under the avalanche of bad news that was coming out of the capital.
British Columbia is now “operating debt-free for the first time in more than 40 years,” according to the province’s second quarterly report.
But that's not really the good news, at least for me.