Bill Vander Zalm is experiencing a blast from the past with Christy Clark’s bid for the leadership of the B.C. Liberal Party.
Like many East Side parents these days, Tracy Johnson is worried about the future of her kids’ school.
NDP Leader Jack Layton traces rising levels of inequality in Canada to the 1995 federal Liberal budget.
Veteran political journalist Lawrence Martin has some experience in covering secretive governments that prefer censorship over open communication.
As the current president of the G8, Stephen Harper played a leading role in setting the priorities for both of the summits. Noticeably absent from the agendas is the environment.
Fearing for their livehoods, many B.C. business owners are busy collecting signatures for the anti–HST petition.
Marijuana activists Jodie and Marc Emery have always kept interesting company. But people might be surprised to learn that Marc, who was recently extradited to the U.S., has spent quite a bit of time with officials from the Canada Revenue Agency.
Some on the anti-HST side wonder whether the premier will be unemployed as a result of massive public opposition to harmonization.
The Vancouver park board has so far refused to allow opponents of the harmonized sales tax to canvass within any of its 24 community centres.
Not everyone is convinced, however, that UBC is willing to be a team player in the region.
Vancouver heritage advocate Bruce Macdonald isn’t a professional historian, but few can match his knowledge of the city’s past.
The Vancouver Police Department has put out a warning stating that it may recommend early liquor store closures during the Stanley Cup playoffs.