British Columbia

Canadian Blood Services urge British Columbians to donate, say 5,500 appointments still needed

CBS says they need 35,000 appointments across Canada filled by Mar. 10 or they won't be able to help all of their patients.

B.C. NDP's 1st Budget Marks Turn After Tight-Fisted Liberal Era

VICTORIA — British Columbia moved to ease the province's housing crisis Tuesday with a new tax on property speculators and higher taxes on...

B.C. Budget 2018: How the budget will affect you

The 2018 B.C. budget included announcements that will affect everyone from parents of small children to luxury car owners and smokers. Here’s a...

Alberta shrugs off B.C. legal challenge on wine ban, says much more at stake

Alberta's economic development minister is shrugging off a legal challenge filed by British Columbia over Alberta's ban on wine from that...

These companies were named the 10 best places to work in B.C.

U.K.-launched cosmetics company Lush is the best place to work in B.C., according to a new ranking released today. The list of the 10 best places to...

Alberta says it will 'vigorously' defend wine boycott after B.C. launches formal challenge

Vancouver — The British Columbia government has launched a formal challenge against Alberta’s ban on its wines. B.C. said Monday it notified Alberta...

B.C. Issues Formal Challenge Against Alberta's Wine Ban

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has launched a formal challenge against Alberta's ban on its wines. B.C. said Monday it has notified...

B.C. government ‘cautiously optimistic’ about balanced budget

The B.C. government is promising to give back to British Columbians in the form of child care support and housing measures in the 2018 provincial...

Civil claim filed against Saanichton skydiving company after injuries

A Saanichton skydiving company has come under fire after three people were injured in a span of five months. A Sooke man who suffered a brain injury...

Despite Alberta-B.C. rift, New Democrats dodge controversy at last pre-election gathering

With neither Alberta Premier Rachel Notley nor B.C. Premier John Horgan present, the weekend was a study in how to avoid negative attention

B.C. Mom Who Lost 2 Sons To Opioid Overdoses Wants Doctors To Check Drug History

VANCOUVER — Helen Jennens flips through two sets of documents — one for each son who fatally overdosed. Letters she sent in both cases to the College...

Trans Mountain spat ‘is exactly why we have a federal government,’ Jagmeet Singh says

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says the premiers of Alberta and British Columbia are each fulfilling their promises to constituents on the Trans Mountain...

Money Laundering In B.C. Real Estate: Attorney General Vows To Probe 'DIsturbing Allegations'

VICTORIA — British Columbia's attorney general says he's deeply troubled by reports of money laundering and criminal activity in the real...

Rachel Notley Wants Progress With B.C. On Trans Mountain Pipeline By Next Week

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she wants progress soon in the impasse between her province and British Columbia over the Trans...

Press Gallery #217: The It's Payback Time edition

That's right, British Columbia — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has had enough of your nonsense about the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. It...