Former B.C. mayor heading to jail for sexual assault
Former Burns Lake mayor Luke Strimbold is going to jail for sexual assault, sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching.
B.C. MLA was detained by China, alleges interference in Canada’s democracy
Richard Lee, a former veteran Liberal MLA from British Columbia, has spoken out about the Chinese government allegedly detaining him.
British Columbia wants to ticket people for racism, but for what exactly?
Left-wing politicians want to ticket racism in BC, but can they be trusted to not politicize it?
Media’s reporting incredibly biased on B.C. Indigenous rituals in public schools case
Mainstream media are biased in their coverage of a court case in B.C. regarding Indigenous spiritual practices in public school class rooms.
B.C. government looking to ‘ticket’ those who engage in racist behaviour
British Columbia politicians are investigating their options in ticketing individuals who engage in racist behaviour.
B.C. court to rule on forcing children to participate in religious rituals
Some public schools in B.C. are still forcing students to practice religious rituals.
B.C. companies unable to explain soaring gas prices
Major companies who operate throughout British Columbia have been unable to explain a 13 cent per litre difference between southern B.C. and the rest of the province.
Vancouver man visits Dunkirk to honour grandfather he never met
Thomas Michael McDonald, who himself never met his grandfather, had a love of Canada instilled in him by his father, just as his own father instilled it in him.