Economy, Law & Politics

Covering the full gamut of economics, law and politics, from a weekly look at lawsuits in Vancouver to all other issues affecting Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada as a whole

Election 2019: What’s at stake for federal leaders?

Leadership shake-ups could be in the cards for parties that underperform in the fall election

Election 2019: Strong economy threatens Tory, NDP plans

But a sudden recession could change parties’ campaign focus

INVESTIGATION: Municipalities not consistent in adhering to information access laws

British Columbians’ legal access to government data hindered by bureaucrats

Ditching time changes supported by British Columbians

Survey shows 93% support for move to permanent daylight saving time

Election 2019: Immigration likely to be pivotal issue

Parties differ on border migrants, refugees, immigrants and recruiting skilled workers

Election 2019: Trans Mountain – Justin time for election

Critics slam Trudeau’s record on energy, even if pipeline project starts

Who's getting sued: September 10, 2019

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.

Insider trading: September 10, 2019

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 September 4, 2019. The information comes...

Vancouver bus shelter cameras to be covered after privacy concerns raised

City, TransLink deny involvement after cameras discovered in bus stop ad displays

Appeal may not slow down work on pipeline

Trans Mountain Corp. says appeal granted this week doesn't preclude construction from starting