China paid $3.2 million to now-cancelled B.C. police academy program

Money came from various Chinese police colleges; Justice Institute of B.C. now turns to Mexico to reboot its international police training program

Daily COVID-19 cases tick up above 100, four dead

After three straight days of no deaths, COVID-19 claims four lives

Help celebrate Grouse Mountain grizzlies Grinder and Coola’s 20th bear-thday

There’s plenty for the whole family to look forward to including a grizzly bear-thday cake smash with Grinder and Coola

Steveston heritage sites open for summer

Britannia Shipyards, London Heritage Farm and the Steveston Museum are now open

We may never have the luxury of a post-pandemic victory lap

It’s true, you can sense palpable relief now that pandemic restrictions are easing. Near-normal is new-normal. But does anyone really think it is time for a victory lap with the coronavirus? The...

Ottawa commits $2.2m to SFU’s Quantum Algorithms Institute in Surrey

This comes after province’s $17m investment in May

BC Supreme Court deletes judge’s Monty Python dead parrot references

Vancouver comedian concerned about court censorship after quotes from comedy sketch are removed from class-action ruling

Efforts to decarbonize long-haul trucking face literal uphill battle

Converting long-haul trucks to clean sources of power remains a challenge

Restarting a sustainable, export-oriented economy

How B.C. is committing to grow the provincial economy in a sustainable way

Tax regime undermining B.C.’s ability to compete for top tech talent

B.C.’s diverse advanced technology industry, and professional, scientific and technical services more broadly, have been expanding rapidly over the past decade. The pandemic accelerated many of the...