B.C. protesters want apology from NHL defenceman after bear killed

Dozen members of Bears Matter gathered outside provincial court in Vancouver ahead of Clayton Stoner's appearance.
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Judges reserve decision on whether to quash Northern Gateway pipeline approval

Fate of the Northern Gateway pipeline project is now in the hands of a trio of Federal Appeal Court judges.

Advocate says B.C.'s children in government care need more social workers now

Turpel-Lafond says the province has fewer social workers now compared to 13 years ago - and must hire more by boosting Children's Ministry funding.

NDP candidate Larry Koopman urges people to vote for beliefs, not against Conservatives

“I’m a strong believer that people should vote for what they believe in and not vote for something they’re against," Koopman said.

B.C. government, Pacific NorthWest LNG reject reports of Petronas project delay

Federal election and environmental approval are the only wild cards holding up a proposed $36-billion liquefied natural gas plant, says minister.

Northern Gateway rebuts challenge to proposed pipeline approval process

Lawyer for pipeline builders asks the court to reject a legal bidto quash government approval for a controversial $7-billion pipeline project.

Historic operation in Vancouver not enough to save Corky the sea otter

Corky the sea otter succumbs to injuries despite undergoing experimental surgery, says Vancouver Aquarium.

Simon Fraser University professors receive award for pipeline battle

Profs Stephen Collis and Lynne Quarmby are the 2015 recipients of SFU's Nora and Ted Sterling Prize in Support of Controversy.

New VIFF picks including a shattering Holocaust drama and some climate change optimism

Hungary’s Son of Saul, Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything, BC’s Charlotte’s Song and Albert Mayles’ last one, In Transit

Federal government defends 'thorough' Northern Gateway review in court

Government lawyer asked Federal Court of Appeal to dismiss 18 legal challenges aimed at overturning its decision to approve Enbridge's $7 billion proposal.

Man who died fighting B.C. wildfire receives unprecedented provincial honour

Sixty-year-old John Phare died fighting Old Sechelt Mine blaze, and is the first person to receive the B.C. Medal of Good Citizenship.