David Suzuki launches 'Blue Dot' tour hoping to alter Canada's constitution

Legendary activist recruits Obama strategist, Neil Young and Margaret Atwood to launch national effort to push for the protection of a healthy environment in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms
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Robertson announces $400,000 Breakfast Program funding plan

Mayor Robertson announces $400,000 boost to struggling healthy-eating program.

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B.C. teachers should seize the moment and end strike, says legal expert

Teachers have the upper hand right now, and should accept the deal while public support is still strong, says a former Crown prosecutor.

Climate change devouring forest at alarming rate

A forest pest is doubling in size each year, expanding beyond its historic range and threatening to spread across the vast boreal forest, but it’s not the British Columbia mountain pine beetle.

Is Canada on the precipice of war?

Prime Minister holding rare emergency debate to decide Canada's next steps in fast-growing military conflict in the Middle East

Premier's son's elite private school targeted by education protesters

"I work in inner city schools -- we’re running out of glue sticks and photocopy paper by February, and the government blames it on the parents...for not supporting the school more"

Premier and Teachers declare 'labour peace' with historic 6-year deal

“Schools will be open sometime next week,” said BCTF president Jim Iker.