Almost time once again to rejoice in tiny sugared pastries, rides with Biblical names like The Beast and The Revelation, and spending half the rent to win a free stuffed animal — the PNE returns on Saturday.
“Prevention (of forest fires) is always more productive and cost-effective than responding afterwards.” - B.C. Forest Practices Board, 2015
Trade agreements like NAFTA have been exceptionally good for North America’s corporate class but less so for workers and the environment.
Never has the relationship between Canada and the United States been more important than it is right now.
Last weekend, a 34-year-old Williams Lake man celebrated the lifting of an evacuation order and being able to return home by setting off fireworks in what are still extremely hot, dry and fire-prone conditions. Thankfully, the RCMP were quickly alerted, arrested the intoxicated man and later fined him just over $1,000 for allegedly dropping, releas
Look at you Vancouver, going all retro.
British Columbia will finally end corporate, union and foreign political donations after the BC Liberals allowed the province to become the “wild west of political cash,” according to The New York Times.
According to the latest 2016 census data released this week, the share of Canadians living alone is higher than ever before.
Now it is the turn of Clinton to face a spreading wildfire.
When Christy Clark left the political battlefield by resigning as B.C. Liberal leader last week she also started what will likely be a devastating civil war inside her party.
If you’ve tuned in to any of the numerous American talking heads sports shows on TV or radio this summer – widely available north of the border – you may have noticed something somewhat curious: non-stop offseason coverage of the NFL and NBA.
On Friday former premier Christy Clark resigned as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party and Kelowna MLA.
Last week Donald Trump tried to ban transgender people from the American Armed Forces.
I’m currently spending a few weeks in Europe and have been struck by how different the bicycle culture is here from that in Vancouver.
British writer Samuel Johnson once wrote: “When a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully.”
Now that B.C. New Democrat Premier John Horgan has taken office, expect to hear a lot from the surly B.C. Liberal opposition about how horrible the 1990s economy was when the NDP were last in power.
A spectre is haunting the West, Brent Stafford argues, the spectre of social justice.
Question: Is social justice a myth?
My youngest daughter has a severe soy allergy which means that reading ingredient lists has become a necessarily regular practice of mine. While Health Canada’s Food and Drug Regulations require food allergens and gluten to be clearly marked on prepackaged products, food sold in restaurants is exempt.