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Health Minister Terry Lake blames Ottawa for delay in increasing care home staff, but that doesn't add up
Can the Justin Trudeau government go it alone with a price on carbon emissions, with China, India and now the United States exempt?
With choking smog, China is reducing thermal coal use, and is now turning to urban impact of massive concrete construction
Premier Christy Clark's signature marketing vehicle steers toward technology and 'climate action' jobs, yet to be defined
Kinder Morgan oilsands expansion would put another 420 ships on the water a year, out of 6,200 passing through Port of Vancouver
Youth in care, hiring teachers, mental health and drug addiction hot topics as legislature resumes
Labour groups claim paid donations to supply plasma-derived drugs are a health hazard, but BC already uses them from the U.S.
Jane Fonda's tour of Fort McMurray, latest well-publicized Gitxsan dissident lawsuit the latest examples of our fake news
People going to emergency rooms and doctors' offices to demand influenza treatment are making matters worse
2017 looks like a tough year for the B.C. forest industry, but at least the environmental attacks are waning
Tom Fletcher's year-end interview with NDP leader John Horgan, on MSP premiums, the housing market and $10-a-day child care
Premier Christy Clark and Finance Minister Mike de Jong said MSP premiums send an important signal. Not any more
A fresh look at the obvious biases of climate change politics.
Winter of ice and salt shortage takes Vancouver by storm, sparks debate about personal responsibility for snow clearing
NDP's John Horgan has completed his transition to climate warrior, now that Justin Trudeau has made it mandatory
Justin Trudeau has declared Canada a 'post-national state' with no identity, beyond being nice to each other
Could some version of the harmonized sales tax return to B.C.? If Christy Clark is re-elected, it's possible
BC Liberals as cynical as ever, Greens and NDP target industry with endangered species legislation
Log exports to China have surged along with lumber sales, which are far more valuable and keep sawmills going