Bob Mackin

Former Richmond MP renews call to register foreign agents as foreign interference inquiry gets green light

Ottawa's decision to launch a public inquiry comes after months of calls to investigate foreign interference in Canadian elections

Kevin Falcon vows to reopen B.C. offices in China

In 2019, the NDP announced the closure of B.C.’s contracted offices in 13 Asian cities, and moved toward embedding trade-focused staff in Canadian embassies and consulates

Broadway Subway’s revised service date disappears from project reports

Total project completion was last listed as being March 30, 2026

B.C. sunshine list shows big swing in government communications spending

Public accounts for 2022-23 also reveal B.C.’s highest paid public executives

Former Sooke politician questions frequency of contracts with municipal consultancy

One company has been paid more than $600,000 in the last five years for various projects

Defendants added to Gymnastics Canada abuse lawsuit

The class action already included Gymnastics B.C., and alleges athletes suffered abuse while under the care of various sports organizations

Court battle continues over sunken accommodation lodge off Quadra Island

A judge previously ordered two defendants to remove a barge the province said was illegally moored

Vancouver mayor defends local FIFA secrecy

Seattle released key World Cup hosting contracts to the public earlier this month; Vancouver maintains confidentiality agreements prevent further disclosure around its hosting obligations

Vancouver city hall withholds Senakw transportation planning documents

‘The decision to withhold these traffic studies is consistent with the city's approach of keeping everything about the development secret,’ says president of Kits Point Residents Association

Deal to buy Quest University didn’t include student dorms that are now for sale

Four dorm buildings valued at $11M each last year, according to BC Assessment