Hayley Woodin

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond retires from UBC

The lawyer, whose claims regarding her Indigenous identity were questioned by a CBC investigation last year, was a tenured professor at the Allard School of Law until Dec. 16

Schools taking lessons in post-pandemic preparedness

Post-secondary institutions in B.C. getting ready for in-person, on-campus activities

BC Lions hungry to get back to in-person play

Training camp in full force ahead of August 5 Canadian Football League season opener

Sodexo acquires Vancouver-based Foodee

The corporate meal-planning company will keep its staff and office in Vancouver

Local non-profit looking for new home amid redevelopment

As condos move in, Kindred Community Farm Sanctuary needs to move out

The right to self-determined economic development

Unique cannabis agreements enable First Nations to break new ground in taking control of their economic destiny

Yellow Pages continues to face ‘pattern of complaints’

Some small businesses are now taking legal action against former phone book giant

B.C. swaps part-time jobs for full-time employment in May

The province lost 1,900 jobs overall, according to Statistics Canada

B.C. residential building permits fall 24% in April

The value of residential permits issued in the province is still up nearly 23% over April 2020

Small outdoor events, faith-based gatherings can resume in B.C.

Travel remains restricted as province begins Step 1 of its four-step restart plan