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Health ministry contractor firings case illustrates lack of paper trails in Premier Christy Clark's government
NDP's Thomas Mulcair against Trans-Pacific Partnership, Liberal Justin Trudeau on fence about Conservative Ed Fast's deal
UVic professor Andrew Weaver kept his options open for two years, but now says he wants to lead B.C. Green Party into 2017 election
Two charges of making false statements to information and privacy commissioner laid against George Gretes by special prosecutor
The B.C. government is getting to work dismantling the harmonized sales tax, a job that may take more than a year and add billions to the province's deficit.
Premier Christy Clark is joining Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a large delegation in Paris for the next UN climate conference
Vancouver-Kingsway Adrian Dix won the B.C. NDP leadership race Sunday, stressing his campaign theme of income inequality.
Handguns, assault rifle, machine pistol and silencer seized after explosive targets hit in Chilliwack Valley
Minister admits government 'strayed from its mandate' to provide direct services to children in need of protection
Zero-emission vehicles group wants to reduce vehicle greenhouse gas emissions 40 per cent by 2050.
Shell, Mitsubishi, Korea Gas and PetroChina agree to stick with Prince Rupert project despite world-wide oil and gas price slump
Education Minister Peter Fassbender to require new training for teachers to maintain certification
The B.C. government intends to allow children in pubs and restaurants to serve drinks without food
Surrey, Richmond in line for new seats, boundaries moved in others, with public comments accepted until May 26
John Horgan has confirmed the party's position on restricting political donations, bringing in real estate speculation tax
Health Minister Terry Lake says ban on sales to minors and 'vaping' in workplaces and public buildings in effect in a year
Protest machine tries all its tricks to revive 'war in the woods' on B.C. coast, the most restricted logging area in the world
NDP leader Adrian Dix visited a college campus Monday to call on the B.C. government to reinstate the student grant program it canceled in 2004.
Premier Christy Clark stopped at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops Tuesday to unveil the second part of her jobs plan, a goal of increasing the number of international students in B.C. by 50 per cent. But critics were quick to point out that at least one of the key measures, an international education council, is already in place.
VICTORIA – The independent panel reviewing the impact of B.C.'s harmonized sales…