The Canadian Press

Snowboarding star Mark McMorris in hospital after backcountry accident

An accident on a jump "well within his skill level" in British Columbia's backcountry as has left Canadian snowboarding star Mark McMorris with serious injuries. A medal favourite at next year's...

B.C. appeal court rules against Burnaby in bylaw battle with Trans Mountain

A legal battle between the City of Burnaby and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has ended with the British Columbia Court of Appeal ruling the National Energy Board can override municipal bylaws...

NDP stalwart, social activist Margaret Mitchell dies in Vancouver at 92

Margaret Mitchell, a former New Democrat MP who became a leading voice in raising awareness about domestic abuse, died Wednesday. She was 92. Mitchell represented the riding of Vancouver East from...

Marijuana activists Marc and Jodie Emery arrested in Toronto, stores raided

Prominent marijuana activists Marc and Jodie Emery have been arrested in Toronto and police are raiding several pot dispensaries associated with the couple. Lawyer Jack Lloyd says the couple was...

Minister says ride-hailing service Uber will operate in B.C. by end of 2017

British Columbia's Liberal government will allow ride-hailing services such as Uber to operate in the province by the end of this year, while introducing initiatives that it says will help the taxi...

PM to discuss overdose crisis with first responders, health-care workers in B.C.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with first responders and health-care workers in Vancouver today to discuss the illicit drug overdose crisis that has claimed 922 lives in British Columbia...

Trump sons to attend grand opening of Vancouver tower and hotel

Two of U.S. President Donald Trump's sons have been confirmed as attending the grand opening later this month of a new hotel in Vancouver that bears their father's name. Public relations firm Talk...

B.C. throne speech promises to pay people back as election nears

The B.C. government says it is time to reap the financial rewards of sustained budget surpluses, promising taxpayers Tuesday that they can expect to see some relief in next week's budget. Premier...

Parole board removes residency restriction for Air India perjurer

A man convicted of perjury for his testimony during the trial of two men accused in the 1985 Air India bombing has been allowed to leave a halfway house and live wherever he likes. A Parole Board of...
B.C. Premier Christy Clark

B.C. Premier Clark backs away from hacking allegations against Opposition NDP

It's not the apology B.C. New Democrat Leader John Horgan has demanded, but British Columbia Premier Christy Clark now admits she jumped to conclusions when she blamed the Opposition for hacking her...
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