Skip to Content
Many paddles, one canoe: Climate leaders gather in...
Racial attitudes inspected in a tough documentary, in a bit...
Compromise proposed in dispute over police presence in...
Speaking in tongues at Chan Centre
Broad tax breaks, targeted spending increases in B.C. pre-...
B.C. budget includes more education funding but most of it...
No cause of death yet for aquarium belugas, but facility to...
Petition pushes back against move to exclude police from...
Pathetic education funding announcement adds up to about...
Federal budget to deliver significant investments in...
Laura Kane is a journalist for The Canadian Press.
Trump's travel ban having 'profound' impact on research, Canadian academics say
When Aref Bolandnazar flew home to New York after visiting family in Iran, he didn't think to say a tearful goodbye to his wife — after all, she was just supposed to stay an extra week before...
Feb 1st, 2017
Canadians need to talk about racism and Islamophobia, legal advocacy groups say
A deadly attack on a Quebec City mosque is a "harsh reminder" of the reality of Islamophobia, and citizens and politicians need to talk more openly about racism in Canadian society, legal advocacy...
Feb 1st, 2017
B.C. finance minister criticizes U.S. protectionism as lumber dispute looms
British Columbia's finance minister says he's worried that United States president-elect Donald Trump's protectionist talk will turn into policy when it comes to softwood lumber. Mike de Jong said...
Jan 11th, 2017
Canadian teams reimagine carbon dioxide emissions for $20M competition
What if carbon dioxide emissions could be transformed from a liability into an asset? That's the $20-million question behind the NRG COSIA Carbon XPrize, a global competition to create technology...
Jan 9th, 2017
UBC president 'deeply regrets' cancellation of John Furlong speech
University of British Columbia president Santa Ono has issued an apology for the school's decision to cancel a planned speech by former Vancouver Olympic CEO John Furlong. Ono says in a...
Jan 3rd, 2017
Trudeau sells Trans Mountain decision, talks overdose deaths during B.C. visit
During his first visit to British Columbia since the controversial approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau grappled with two major issues facing the province...
Dec 21st, 2016
B.C. boy with mysterious broken bones returned to parents after abuse ruled out
While watching their son and daughter play in a home near Vancouver's children's hospital, a couple from northern British Columbia received the news they had been praying for. The Ministry of...
Dec 8th, 2016
Notley won't weigh in on B.C. election after meeting anti-pipeline NDP leader
For Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, pipeline politics begin and end at home. Her support of Kinder Morgan Canada's $6.8-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has put her at odds with British...
Dec 7th, 2016
Oil and gas project delays hurting Canada's reputation, industry group says
Canada's pipeline gridlock is harming its global reputation as an attractive place to invest in oil and gas projects, says a leading industry group. Tim McMillan, CEO of the Canadian Association of...
Nov 24th, 2016
Woman who accused author Steven Galloway of sexual assault breaks silence
The former University of British Columbia student who accused Steven Galloway of sexual assault says her complaint against the acclaimed author was not about a "consensual affair." The woman,...
Nov 24th, 2016