There are two issues in Canada that are important to Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, UN special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples.
Once Downtown Eastside resident Christine Mcadam pays her rent, she’s left with a budget of $200 for the rest of the month.
A Conservative bill presently making its way through the Senate will make it a lot more difficult for Insite to receive an exemption from certain laws it requires to operate.
The number of bears killed by hunters in B.C. has remained relatively stable for two decades now, according to government statistics.
A leaked audio recording that sparked a petition to disqualify Vision Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson and councillor Geoff Meggs could be the undoing of the legal action itself.
The freelance journalist still plans to proceed with her case in B.C. Supreme Court against the former Vanoc CEO in June.
The undersigned mayors therefore call on the federal government to put the current NEB process on hold until an adequate process is in place.
A report by the privacy commissioner largely vindicates Saanich mayor Richard Atwell's claims that concerned his digital surveillance.
In a lecture at SFU Woodward's, the author and historian demolished several myths propelling Canada into expanding air strikes in the Middle East.
According to the crowdfunding Go Fund Me website, more than $25,000 has been raised to help a woman who was attacked in her East Vancouve