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RCMP say they have no intention of "taking down" Unist'ot'en Camp

The RCMP have issued a response to rumours of an impending attack on the Indigenous residence.

Bafflegab reigns supreme as government disciplines conservation officer for saving bear cubs

What happens when public service actually has more to do with office politics than serving the public?

"It's definitely going down," says Grand Chief Stewart Phillip on Unist'ot'en Camp raid

The news came in this morning, Phillip said, confirming what had previously thought to be rumours of an impending "mass arrest operation" on traditional Unist'ot'en territory in northwestern B.C.

MUZZLED: Feds stifle singing scientist

Ottawa folksinger Tony Turner is organizing a cross-Canada singalong of the #Harperman hit song on September 17.

"It's time for change," says Vancouver South NDP candidate Amandeep Nijjar

Be gone Stephen Harper! The Vancouver South NDP candidate says her riding has had enough.

Late August fare: two smart films, two Canadian, a bit of imperialism and a lot of dancing

'The End of the Tour' and 'Mistress America' lead the pack but a 'Backcountry' horror and some B.C. mountain men aren’t far behind.

Unist'ot'en Camp on "high alert" under rumours of police raid

The Unist'ot'en Camp believes there is reason to fear an imminent "mass arrest operation" from local RCMP.

How the rich got richer and you got the shaft

The Great Recession and the Great Depression have many similarities.

A healthy environment nurtures healthy people

Vancouver's real estate boom has resulted in a rapid loss of mature urban trees while scientists are finding connections between trees and our physical well-being.

4.6-magnitude quake linked to B.C. fracking operation owned by Petronas

Fracking has caused nearly 200 seismic events in an area stretching from the B.C.-Alberta boundary near Dawson Creek to the B.C. Rocky Mountain foothills, according to a report.