Straight Talk

Trinity Western University announced that it is launching legal action against the Law Society of British Columbia.
All they have to do is fork over a small amount of money and sing Bono's famous line from "Do They Know It's Christmas?"
A new government report warns that B.C. prisons are more dangerous today than they were five years ago.
Liv Grewal’s role model is his well-known mom. If he succeeds with his plan, he’ll join her at work next year.
Ex-MP Sukh Dhaliwal has been nominated as the Liberal candidate in Surrey-Newton.
Glacier now has a greater presence in the western part of the Lower Mainland whereas Black Press becomes the newspaper king in the Fraser Valley.
Newly elected park board commissioners intend to have a lot more on their agenda than the contentious topic of cetaceans in captivity.
An email signed by COPE executive co-chairs Heather Gies and Tim Louis apologizes for what happened and promises that the money will be returned.
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has noted that a police department restricted the off-duty activities of an officer who believes in ending the war on drugs.
As Constance Barnes’s tells it, Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson and city council are a Scrooge.