In its bid to make navigating legal services easier for British Columbians, the government has run afoul of organizations representing lawyers, which are now taking the province to court. The new Legal Professions Act will bring notaries and paralegals into...
Larger-than-life bronze sculptures in Vancouver have been outfitted with custom Canucks jerseys as the team returns home to gear up for the first game of the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The West End art installation A-maze-ing Laughter...
British Columbia is often buzzing with Hollywood productions due to its beautiful scenery, skilled crews and competitive tax incentives. From Netflix shows to blockbuster movies, the province has stood in for various locations in the U.S. and beyond over the years. Every year dozens of productions...
B.C.’s annual push to get people who live in coastal communities thinking about what to do, where to go and how to respond if a tsunami hits is officially underway. Tsunami Preparedness Week runs from April 14 to 20 this...
HAIDA GWAII -The B.C. government and the Council of Haida Nation have signed an agreement officially recognizing Haida Gwaii's Aboriginal title, more than two decades after the nation launched a legal action seeking formal recognition. The province announced last month...
SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia is moving ahead with the transition to an independent police service in Surrey after the mayor and council refused to part ways with the RCMP. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth says a plan is in place...
Those hoping to buy a home in Vancouver are facing a more challenging time than ever before, a new report from the Royal Bank of Canada suggests. The report(opens in a new tab), released Tuesday, outlines home affordability across the...
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has confirmed former B.C. lieutenant-governor Iona Campagnolo has died at the age of 91. Campagnolo was appointed as the province's 27th lieutenant-governor in 2001. She was the first woman to hold the role and remained...
VICTORIA — British Columbia's premier says Selina Robinson, who resigned as post-secondary education minister recently over Mideast comments, has received a death threat. David Eby called the action inexcusable in a statement posted on the social media platform X. He says...
The British Columbia Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a religious group that sought a property tax exemption on its 31-acre island near Swartz Bay, B.C., arguing the island is a "place of public worship." The Matsuri Foundation of...
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