As the anti-bullying initiative Pink Shirt Day sweeps across Canada Wednesday, the mother of Amanda Todd, a B.C. teen who took her own life after being bullied online, is speaking about why it is important for everyone to support one another.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the Mounties have left the site of a disputed natural gas pipeline project in British Columbia, but he appeared to dismiss the notion that police will move completely out of the vast Wet'suwet'en territory.
A lawyer for the British Columbia government says private clinics would increase wait lists for “ordinary” people in the public system and especially harm those who are most dependent on universal health care.
The Maritime Museum of B.C. might soon have a new home after the City of Langford announced Tuesday it was entering into a memorandum of understanding to build a massive conference and entertainment centre on the West Shore.
Several dozen protesters slept overnight on the steps of the B.C. legislature as their demonstration of support for Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs opposed to construction of a pipeline in northern B.C. continued.
The annual Moose Hide Campaign Day, which aims to reduce violence against Indigenous women and children across Canada, saw a swell of support Monday as participants marched from Victoria's Thunderbird Park to the lawns of the B.C. legislature.