Politics

Heiltsuk on edge: DFO checks with Ottawa on herring fishery’s re-opening

“We need everybody on the fishing grounds…We’re not letting up,” said Heiltsuk Integrated Resource Management Department, Kelly Brown.

NDP chooses ex-judge for tight federal race in Burnaby

"I find I am not able to remain on the sidelines any more. Too much is at stake," says retired judge Carol Baird Ellan, who will run for the NDP in Burnaby North Seymour.

Oil prices could push Alberta into recession: think tank

Oil sands expansion halted, and a new Alberta sales tax proposed to stem economic pain

Harper government reacts to NASA's "hottest year on record" statement

Environment Minister's office defends the Harper government's record on fighting climate change, while slamming the Liberals' and NDP's "job-killing carbon tax."

Photos of Kinder Morgan protester arrests

David Suzuki's grandson among some two dozen Kinder Morgan protesters rounded up into RCMP paddy wagons Thursday.

Robertson and LaPointe duke it out at mayoral candidates' debate

Candidates met at Langara College for the first mayoral debate.

Class dismissed: 500,000 students denied 1st day of school by teacher strike

NDP calls for Education Minister’s resignation; no end in site for negotiations

Sona found guilty of robocall fraud in the 2011 elections

“There has never been a case like this in Canada before," Sona's lawyer Boxall declared leaving the courtroom Thursday. Sona has been convicted of elections fraud. It is unlikely he acted alone.