According to the Fraser Valley Regional District’s count, there are 603 people living in the Fraser Valley without a home in 2017.
The Walking Dead has wrapped up another violent season and Game of Thrones does not return until summer. Where do TV viewers go in search of bloody conflict? How to get that fix of sword-swinging, head-chopping mayhem? Not a problem.
It turns out that Canadian history is a lot more complicated than what we learned in school, as we see in the early commemorations of the 150th anniversary of Confederation.
It’s not easy being Green – especially if you are under serious scrutiny for the first time and a lot of surprising contradictions and hypocrisy come to light.
Under the B.C. Liberals, who are actually quite conservative, the gap between the super-rich and the rest of us has become a yawning chasm.
Socialist leaders in British Columbia come in two stripes — the meek and the sneering. During last week’s leaders’ debate, John Horgan proved he is the latter.
A young woman is appalled she was left overnight in a Vancouver General Hospital’s gynecology ward hallway, internally bleeding and in pain while on a bed with a makeshift screen made of sheets tied to intravenous stands her only privacy.
It is called the Canadian Free Trade Agreement. But it's not really free. It is a freer trade agreement.
There are 199 homeless children and more than 3,500 homeless people in the regional district of Metro Vancouver. That’s a 30 per cent overall increase from 2014. While the city of Vancouver itself say a 19 per cent increase, homelessness in Langley increased by 124 per cent, in Delta and White Rock, 142 per cent.
Riding through Stanley Park on Sunday I looked up to see the North Shore mountains, their white snow shining through a break in the clouds on what passes for a sunny day in spring 2017.
Premier Christy Clark’s “empathy deficit” could be her Achilles’ heel in the B.C. election based on her response last week to a report on the suicide death of health researcher Roderick MacIsaac.
The United States has moved swiftly and dramatically to punish the Syrian regime for its use of chemical weapons against civilians in a recent attack on a rebel-held town in northern Syria.
For only $10,000 you could dine with Premier Christy Clark at her fundraiser Monday night.
Ordinarily, I loathe the topic of election campaign finance reform. Agitation for the elimination of corporate campaign contributions is most certainly driven by left-leaning sore losers.
All it took was 59 missiles launched from two U.S. Naval destroyers in a one-off strike to pivot the way the world looks at America and the West.
Vancouver's annual 4/20 is going to be at Sunset Beach -- and this year will be bigger than ever.
“Emergency rooms are overflowing in BC. We’ve all seen the pictures.”
A man brandishing a gun stands with a swastika flag.
In the mouths of modern radicals, a fascist or Nazi is simply a conservative winning an argument with someone on the left.