B.C. MP leads call for public inquiry into foreign interference
The MP for New Westminster-Burnaby called on Parliament Wednesday to launch a national public inquiry into allegations of foreign interference in Canada’s democratic system, “including but not...
B.C. minister announces temporary TikTok ban on government devices
"Effective immediately, the TikTok app will not be permitted from government-issued mobile devices," says Minister of Citizens' Services Lisa Beare.
Metro Vancouver regional growth strategy approved after Surrey reversal
With Surrey and Township of Langley on board, the Metro Vancouver regional growth strategy calls for more affordable housing, less carbon pollution and more protected green space while still building...
B.C. businesses want government help in face of 'rampant vandalism'
Businesses were pessimistic about their futures when asked about the impact of crime and vandalism and the ability to remain open.
B.C. businessman to pay $5M to SEC after U.S. stock fraud charges
Graham Taylor used a law firm to orchestrate a "pump and dump," according to SEC claims which he neither admits nor denies in a US$5M settlement.
As B.C. restaurants rebound, tipping tapers among patrons
B.C. restaurants are on the mend from pandemic restrictions, data from Statistics Canada shows. However, when it comes to tipping, a new poll suggests Canadians have less of an appetite.
West Vancouver man banned from B.C. markets after $1B penny stock fraud case in U.S.
Fred Sharp of West Vancouver was the 'mastermind' of securities fraud schemes involving over $1 billion worth of transactions, a U.S. court ruled.
Metro Vancouver mayors ask for $500M to match inflation and growth demands on TransLink
"Our challenge is no longer just about surviving the effects of the pandemic and inflation," says Brad West, mayor of Port Coquitlam and chair of the Mayors' Council.
Over 1,000 B.C. family doctors have signed up for the new payment model, says minister
The new payment model was announced last October.
Drug decriminalization takes effect in B.C. this week — here's what you need to know
B.C. health officials insist they will be closely monitoring the first decriminalization policy in Canada for otherwise illegal street drugs, beginning Tuesday. The province’s upcoming...