At a news conference this afternoon (February 11), Premier Christy Clark announced that the provincial government would be providing a $1
When the provincial government implemented a 20-cent increase to the minimum wage last September, it knew the new rate of $10.45 would keep B.C.’s lowest earners near or at the very bottom of the country.
The provincial government and Lower Mainland municipalities have begun work on adaptation, responding to the effects of climate change that are already here and preparing for worse to come.
In part two of our year-end animal wrap-up, we meet one very angry gorilla.
A Florida man did what to a tree? Oh, America.
Here are a few unusual stories that caught our attention during the past year.
One of the most important reports submitted to the National Energy Board’s review of Kinder Morgan’s proposed Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion has been denied.
A Georgia Straight study of police shootings in B.C. found that the number of incidents has increased dramatically in recent years.
Rising temperatures and droughts could result in huge increases in carbon dioxide being released from the Earth's surface
Georgia Straight articles on First Nations