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There were high hopes and harsh words in 2000 when the provincial and federal governments signed Canada’s first modern-day treaty with the Nisga’a people of northwestern B.C.
After meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Premier Christy Clark delivered a luncheon speech to the Economic Club of Toronto. Her big talking point was the rise of the Asia-Pacific region.
B.C. cities and towns still charge businesses almost three times the residential rate on average, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
Former Vancouver Olympic boss John Furlong and former Nova Scotia deputy attorney general Doug Keefe have been appointed co-chairs of a review into the June 15 Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver.
Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm has resigned as a parliamentary secretary for natural gas development and quit the B.C. Liberal caucus after being arrested in a domestic dispute at his home Sunday.
It will take weeks to repair multiple road and highway washouts caused by a once-in-40-years rainstorm in northeast B.C.
Former premier Gordon Campbell has been nominated to be Canada's next High Commmissioner to the United Kingdom.
Finance Minister Kevin Falcon says there are still many people making up their minds about the harmonized sales tax.
B.C. Auditor-General John Doyle has applied to B.C. Supreme Court for details of the legal defence costs for Dave Basi and Bob Virk, convicted of breach of trust last fall for their role in the sale of BC Rail operations.
The B.C. government is extending its interim forest and range agreements with aboriginal people to include a new 25-year woodland licence for Crown forests.
After watching police from as far away as Abbotsford dispatched to help restore order in downtown Vancouver during last week's riot, people have found a new reason to support a single police agency for Metro Vancouver.
Let’s assume that when everyone in B.C. gets to be finance minister for a day, a majority choose to throw a $3-billion chair through the office window to show how mad they are about the harmonized sales tax. The cleanup will take two years, but first there will be a provincial election to decide who holds the broom and dustpan. And the choices are becoming clear.
Solicitor General Shirley Bond's pleas to celebrate responsibly went out the window along with the Vancouver Canucks' Stanley Cup hopes Wednesday night, leaving the city and the province to clean up and assess their crowd control strategy.
Solicitor General Shirley Bond's pre-game pleas to celebrate responsibly went out the window along with the Vancouver Canucks' Stanley Cup hopes Wednesday night, leaving the city and the province to clean up and assess their crowd control strategy.
Thousands of ballots for B.C.'s harmonized sales tax referendum were being stored in post offices after Canada Post locked out its urban employees across the country Wednesday.
Opponents of the HST can't seem to resist making the tax sound worse than it really is.
Delivery of three million voting packages for the HST referendum could be disrupted by postal workers' rotating strikes across the country.
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