Straight Talk

Gail Davidson says the Mounties are responding to pressures that have been brought to bear upon them.
Vancouver doctors are about to begin prescribing prescription heroin for the first time anywhere in North America outside of an academic study.
In a recent article in Maclean's magazine, the NPA mayoral candidate referred to his rival as someone who's "often described as an empty suit".
Janine Reid decided to join the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign long before she had grandchildren of her own.
This week, the B.C. government announced changes to B.C. liquor policy that include allowing liquor sales in grocery stores as of April 1 next year.
It comes several months after cutbacks to Metro's Canadian operations.
R J Aquino, OneCity Vancouver’s sole candidate, drew more than 30,000 votes in the new party’s first election.
Fern Jeffries says the coalition of 25 community associations that she cochairs is taking Mayor Gregor Robertson’s election apology and vow to change at “face value” and hopes he’ll start by sitting down with their group.
New Westminster’s mayor-elect says he’s following through with his platform that tags transportation as the city’s biggest priority.
The former senior adviser to Richard Holbrooke says China, India, Pakistan, Iran, and the U.S. have all jockeyed for influence over the poorest country in Asia.