Cindy E. Harnett

A framed apology, a last compensation cheque: Probe of wrongful Health Ministry firings that destroyed lives concludes

The government has implemented the final four of 41 recommendations from Jay Chalke’s report, including settling unionized employees’ grievances

New B.C. housing laws will set housing targets for municipalities, lift strata rental restrictions

Premier David Eby's proposed measures include laws that could order fast-growing municipalities to meet housing supply targets and end rental restrictions based on age or type of building

Mandate not needed to show masks are important: Dr. Bonnie Henry

As influenza circulates in the province along with several other respiratory viruses, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Henry suggested carrying a mask to use in situations “where it makes sense”

Lieutenant governor formally asks David Eby to form government

B.C. Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin formally asked premier-designate David Eby to confirm he had the confidence the house and then asked him to form government

B.C. premier announces financial aid for cost-of-living increases

Families will receive a financial boost worth up to $1,500 each and rent increases will be capped next year to help those feeling the squeeze of global inflation, Premier John Horgan announced in...

Agreement at premiers' meeting that health system needs to be rebuilt

Health care, labour shortages and COVID-19 recovery are dominating a two-day meeting of premiers at the Fairmont Empress in Victoria this week

B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

B.C. Premier John Horgan, the first two-term NDP leader of the province, has announced he will not run in the next election and there will be a leadership convention in the fall to select a new party...

B.C. keeping vaccine mandates for public servants, health-care workers

B.C. health minister sees need to maintain vaccine mandate to protect both public and workers

'It's time now' for an increase in health transfers, Horgan says

The prime minister has repeatedly said the best time to talk about health transfers to provinces is after the pandemic winds down, which means now, Premier John Horgan said in Saskatchewan on Friday