Who are the winners in this game? Other municipalities—including Coquitlam, Vancouver, and Burnaby—that are competing with Surrey for commercial investment.
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Early on Friday (November 16) when the Métis flag was being hoisted outside the B.C. legislature to honour Louis Riel, South Asians in Canada were commemorating the martyrdom day of one their heroes.
Government itself has done the math and found that increasing income and disability assistance rates to 75 percent of the poverty line (using the market basket measure) costs only $372 million.
Even though Reece Mack's mother is a taxi driver, he thinks there are good arguments for allowing ride-hailing in B.C.
McCallum's confidence in Vancouver's support was reflected in his repeated requests for "weighted votes" at the TransLink Mayors' Council meeting.
According to an academic who ran for council this year, many of Surrey’s problems emerge from the fact that, for reasons largely unconnected to any political oppression, the city has a negligible public square.
People’s climate-change perceptions are being increasingly driven by divisive political agendas rather than science.
Parents whose kids go to Edith Cavell elementary at West 20th Avenue and Cambie Street on Vancouver’s West Side are furious about plans to seismically upgrade the 98-year-old school.
Duplexes, multiplexes, and apartments are not as expensive as the single-detached house. So why does an NPA councillor want to ensure that this more affordable accommodation won't be permitted in many areas of the city?
On Remembrance Day, let's not forget the soldiers that we don't always want to acknowledge.
In 2011, New Zealanders voted to keep the system—and British Columbians will also have a chance to make that decision after two elections if a majority votes "yes".
A long-time advocate for people with disabilities says he's seen premiers undercut well-meaning politicians in charge of important portfolios.
A local broadcaster reflects on the death of his father and a young man—and why perpetrators of mass murder can kill with impunity.
The move to a municipal force must be actively opposed as the public-funding drain and extension of police violence it will represent.
As assistant professor of public policy makes the case for why the public should be alarmed about the magnitude of foreign money in the local real-estate market.
The latest renoviction target in the West End is the iconic green and yellow Berkeley Tower, a 58-unit apartment building on the edge of English Bay.
The most memorable line goes to John Horgan for telling Andrew Wilkinson that if he was "woke", he'd be "lit" to PR.
The 2008 election was especially difficult for candidates of South Asian ancestry, including Alvin Singh.
Few terms sound duller than “education funding review”, but hang on to your hats, folks: the one that’s underway at B.C.’s Ministry of Ed
A young researcher makes the case that first-past-the-post deters young candidates and discourages young people from casting ballots.
An SFU student describes his experience voting for the first time in provincial politics—and how that could be improved through proportional representation.
Most of these military personnel were travelling to join active duty or were returning home when violence erupted after Indira Gandhi’s killing.
The first golden rule when it comes to cannabis in cars is to avoid consuming while seated inside, full stop.
The southern residents’ survival depends on chinook salmon, their primary food.