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Christy Clark

Teachers' labour dispute leads to "teach-only" job action

The school year is off to a chippy start, as B.C. teachers launch a teach-only job action to deal with an ongoing labour dispute. Teachers say they will be holding classes and dealing with new...

Premier finally decides: No fall election

After much hinting and waffling, Clark says she'll govern 'til 2013.

Review into Vancouver's Stanley Cup riot to be released this week

Authors studied causes, police role, lessons learned (or not) from riot in '94 -- and how to avoid a repeat in future.

Ottawa, B.C. agree outstanding HST issues should be resolved quickly: Premier

Key issue is repayment of $1.6 billion in transition funding that BC was given -- and Ottawa wants back.

Business community, manufacturers paint gloomy post-HST picture

Old PST will need to be altered when it returns, business community insists.

Disabled adults and families devastated by province's proposed group home closures

Lynette Pollard-Elgert remembers the shock she received four weeks ago when she was told that her developmentally disabled daughter, Rory, would soon have to find a new home. The group home in...

B.C. Liberal MLA Pat Pimm's special prosecutor and B.C.'s broken protections of women

In a province with a startling rate of violence against women, a discredited special prosecution system will determine the fate of BC Liberal Pat Pimm, following an alleged domestic dispute.

Controversial HST turns one year old

As ballots hit the mail, feelings remain mixed over the tax that has bitterly divided BC.

Delay in deadline for shipbuilding bids just what BC didn't want

Two-week delay will allow competition to get its act together in $35-billion contest.

BC NDP's Adrian Dix blends fairness and eco-consciousness with desire to become premier

Adrian Dix, the popular MLA for Vancouver-Kingsway, strode briskly into his office, stopped to talk with staff, and sat  down at the table for a talk. He  flung one leg over the other and...