Jeff Nagel

One of the e-cards that users of inSPOT can send anonymously.

Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

B.C. joins online service to help battle spread of disease

One of the e-cards that users of inSPOT can send anonymously.
BC Ferries vessel Coastal Celebration in dock at Tsawwassen.

B.C. won’t scrap rich pension for Ferries boss

Breaching contract would be wrong, expensive: Lekstrom

BC Ferries vessel Coastal Celebration in dock at Tsawwassen.

Coroners hindered by budget cuts: Audit

Government urged to 'step back' to ensure independence

Deaths on B.C. roads linked to impaired driving are down 50 per cent in the wake of the new administrative roadside penalties that took effect last fall.

Tougher roadside impaired rules here to stay

Bar and restaurant owners give up on push for changes

Deaths on B.C. roads linked to impaired driving are down 50 per cent in the wake of the new administrative roadside penalties that took effect last fall.
The number of cases over 18 months old before B.C. Provincial Court has climbed 16 per cent to 2

Congested courts put more cases at risk

Worsening backlog may set more accused free

The number of cases over 18 months old before B.C. Provincial Court has climbed 16 per cent to 2
Construction of the new 10-lane Port Mann Bridge over the Fraser River.

Audit flags big gaps in policing environmental reviews

No way to prove required measures are working: Doyle

Construction of the new 10-lane Port Mann Bridge over the Fraser River.
Craig James is B.C.'s acting Chief Electoral Officer.

HST referendum deadline now Aug. 5

Two-week extension in response to postal service delays

Craig James is B.C.'s acting Chief Electoral Officer.
Sheriffs ensure security in court and handle prisoner transfers.

Province reverses latest cuts to sheriffs

Critics warn much more needed to unclog courts

Sheriffs ensure security in court and handle prisoner transfers.
Exterior of a Target store in the U.S.

Target takes aim at 15 B.C. Zellers stores

Major renos planned before U.S. retailer arrives in 2013

Exterior of a Target store in the U.S.
ICBC plans to cut 350 jobs over three years and change how it rewards and punishes drivers on the basis of risk.

ICBC retreats from stiffer fees to punish risky drivers

Rethink must be 'reasonable', not charge more for one ticket

ICBC plans to cut 350 jobs over three years and change how it rewards and punishes drivers on the basis of risk.
B.C. Attorney General Barry Penner confirmed there are no plans to increase funding to add more judges and court staff.

No cash for courts [Part 5 of Justice Denied series]

Justice system faces more funding restraint, but Attorney General predicts reforms will ease case backlog, waits.

B.C. Attorney General Barry Penner confirmed there are no plans to increase funding to add more judges and court staff.
Police officers log numerous hours preparing paperwork and performing other necessary procedures for trials. With increasing frequency

Policing fallout [Part 4 of Justice Denied series]

Court delays trickle down to higher police costs, lower officer morale and falling public confidence

Police officers log numerous hours preparing paperwork and performing other necessary procedures for trials. With increasing frequency
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the federal Conservatives are going back to the polls to seek a new mandate after their minority government was defeated Friday.

Tories eye B.C. seat gains but also have weaknesses

Federal election now underway all about confidence: Pundit

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the federal Conservatives are going back to the polls to seek a new mandate after their minority government was defeated Friday.
Samiran Lakshman is president of the B.C. Crown Counsel Association.

Courts in crisis [part 1 of Justice Denied series]

Thousands of criminal cases are at risk of being thrown out due to lengthy judicial delays.

Samiran Lakshman is president of the B.C. Crown Counsel Association.
View from above of the Fukushima nuclear power complex in northeastern Japan

Officials see no risk to B.C. from Japanese radiation

Food supply testing expected, Metro mayors want more info on potential 'worst-case scenario'

View from above of the Fukushima nuclear power complex in northeastern Japan
Clark rules out free vote on killing HST

Clark rules out free vote on killing HST

Abbott lashes Liberal challenger for 'flip flop'

Clark rules out free vote on killing HST
George Abbott.

Signups in Surrey raise eyebrows in Abbott camp

Are urban Liberals engineering failure of party vote reform?

George Abbott.