Legislation in the United States that could trigger an end to seasonal time changes in Canada is moving forward again, as Canadians get ready to wind their clocks ahead an hour before going to bed Saturday night.
British Columbia should have been able to anticipate a spike in hate to some degree during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to protect the people who became targets, the provincial human rights commissioner says.
The failure of a massive, multi-year money laundering investigation to yield charges is a "shocking" example of the shortfalls of federal financial crime law, British Columbia Premier David Eby said on Thursday, March 2, 2023.
No charges will be laid from a money laundering investigation into millions of dollars that moved through British Columbia casinos and Chinese bank accounts in what the province's attorney general called a "frustrating" end to the multi-year police probe.
Since 2018, when the decision to build the first phase of the LNG terminal was made, provincial policymakers have been tying themselves in knots to try to make those emissions fit into B.C.’s climate plan.