Straight Talk

The B.C. Liberal government is “hellbent” on discarding environmental protections, according to Spencer Chandra Herbert.
B.C.’s information and privacy commissioner wants police to stop giving out mental health information in response to employment-related record checks right away.
The Calgary-based communications and media company announced it will shed hundreds of "management and non-customer facing" jobs.
Trinity Western University has had its controversial bid to open a law school approved.
The University of British Columbia has named a former president and CEO of HSBC Bank Canada as its 18th chancellor.
Founded in 2000, VOKRA has a no-kill policy and works across the region.
Residents of Kitimat have rejected the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project in a non-binding plebiscite.
Tens of thousands showed up for free food, a celebratory walk, and a healthy serving of Punjabi culture.
John Horgan says he’s received more mail about the Park Amendment Act than any other issue in the past six months.
Vancouver Green councillor Adriane Carr wants to see local municipal parties voluntarily adopt campaign financing guidelines if the provincial government won’t amend its proposed legislation to include them.