Economy, Law & Politics

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Insider trading: November 30, 2020

The following is a list of stock trades made by corporate executives, directors and other company insiders of B.C.’s public companies filed in the week ended November 25, 2020. The information comes...

Interactive map: Today's COVID-19 cases in Canada

Click on each province to see the total number of confirmed cases, deaths, recovered and total tested. This interactive map will be updated daily.

Witness testimony in Meng Wanzhou extradition could drag into Christmas week

Judge books more court dates, asks defence, Crown to prepare submissions for review of evidence

B.C. again sets record for number of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations

11 more people have died from the virus, with most being over 70 years old

What to expect from Ottawa’s fiscal update

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland set to deliver Ottawa's first fiscal update since July on Monday

Vancouver police call for $6 million boost to budget to ‘keep the lights on’

Request at odds with city staff recommendation for $3.1 million cut to VPD’s budget

Roller-coaster COVID ride follows hair salon launch

Owners sign lease in March, then pandemic shuts down their industry

Canadian Armed Forces to assist with vaccine rollout

PM cagey on when he expects vaccinations to begin

Robust economy ailing after bout with pandemic

The year 2019 seems like a distant memory in the COVID-19 era, but provincial economic accounts data confirmed that, heading into 2020, B.C.’s economy remained among the strongest in the country. On...

Bridgemark Group stock promoters fail in bid to seal records

B.C. Securities Commission investigative records on a group of purported consultants and stock promoters facing serious allegations to be released to class action litigants