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The B.C. government is seeking another injunction after Occupy Vancouver moves one block to courthouse.
With gasoline and diesel prices soaring, truck fleet operators in B.C. are discovering the benefits of converting to natural gas.
Elections BC has dismissed complaints from an opposition MLA and the candidate Heed defeated in the 2009 B.C. election.
B.C. Federation of Labour wants another dollar added to bring the wage to $11.25 next fall.
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond has been reappointed for a second term as B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth.
Retired hockey star Scott Niedermayer joins a local aboriginal group to press for rejection of Jumbo Glacier Resort.
Local government is ignored by most independent people, and run by insiders for their own interests.
The B.C. government has introduced changes to family law, to reflect modern trends from test-tube babies to common-law relationships.
The B.C. government should try to recover legal fees paid on behalf of employees found guilty of crimes, a review recommends.
Chinese companies have announced investments totaling $1.36 billion to develop two new coal mines in northeast B.C.
Let's be clear about B.C. squats. They are explicitly anti-capitalist, rooted in Marxism and illegal.
Jobs Minister Pat Bell has asked his staff to investigate how a ministry brochure erroneously warned against promoting gay tourism in China.
Premier Christy Clark and senior B.C. cabinet ministers are seeing plenty of competition as they visit China this week.
The B.C. Liberals have lost support to the B.C. Conservatives, according to an Angus Reid survey.
The B.C. government is preparing an outside review the operation of BC Transit, after local elections.
With copper trading at more than $3 a pound, thefts of phone wire have become a daily occurrence in B.C.
Energy Minister Rich Coleman is examining BC Hydro's rapidly growing deferred expenses.
Bill Vander Zalm has expanded on his loopy conspiracy theory about EU world domination. Now it includes smart meters.
Federal NDP leadership candidate Brian Topp walked into controversy over the allocation of seven new MP seats for B.C. Thursday.
Reform Party founder Preston Manning says his former colleague John Cummins is going the wrong way.