Following the publication of documents obtained by the Vancouver Observer showing the National Energy Board oversaw the spying activities of the RCMP and CSIS on oil sands opponents,
After a pipeline exploded in China, Kitimat residents in BC expressed anxiety as the company that owns the pipeline might have a stake in a local LNG project.
The president and CEO of Port Metro Vancouver says he’s satisfied that the issue of coal dust has been thoroughly examined in a recent Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of a proposed coal...
'The socioeconomic system is unjust at its root'
As Idle No More's first year anniversary approaches on Dec.10, Indigenous women in BC are making dents towards equality for Aboriginal people, youth, and women.
As journalism continues to go under-funded, PR staff representing corporate interests have been on the rise.
Leadnow communication director expresses "deep concern" at emails revealing that government spied on a workshop in a church basement last January in Kelowna.
New proposed law uncomfortably similar to last year’s controversial Bill C-30, giving police new powers of electronic surveillance.