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Imagine, if you will, being enrolled in a clinical trial and researchers failing to inform you that you had a higher risk of death depending upon which of the two groups in the...
Depending upon your point of view, TransLink is either a wasteful, marginally competent transit authority or it's a wasteful, marginally competent transit authority. At least both...
It's that time of year when B.C. politicians should start thinking about some New Year's resolutions for a bit of political self-improvement. So, in the spirit of giving, here are...
Dear Santa: You probably don't get Christmas letters from an entire province, but this year we hope you'll think of adding B.C. to your magical journey. We know we're asking a lot...
On Saturday, British Columbians will head to the polls to choose more than 2,000 local officials for councils, school boards, regional districts, parks boards, and the Islands...
Imagine: you've just come off a surprise election victory after promising voters a $100-billion "Prosperity Fund" courtesy of royalties and taxes from an industry that doesn't yet...
B.C.'s economy—already facing what seems like the perfect economic storm of stagnant job growth, an acute skills shortage, and the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision on First...
Call it the orange juice syndrome. Bev Oda, former federal minister responsible for the Canadian International Development Agency, knows it well. Her $16 glass of orange juice at...
If cabinet ministers had theme songs, Finance Minister Mike de Jong’s would likely be “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen”, because when there’s a misstep in government it’s a...
Last year, 12,281 registered lobbyists roamed the corridors of power in Washington, D.C.—a city that sees itself as the most powerful in the world. Comparatively, one would...

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