British Columbia Premier John Horgan has signed a new climate pact with the governors of Washington, Oregon and California that includes investments in cross-border climate infrastructure like electric vehicle charging stations.
Dignitaries including British Columbia's premier and lieutenant-governor joined a commemorative service on Monday, September 19, 2022, in honour of Queen Elizabeth in the capital city named after her great-great-grandmother.
One of the final speeches of John Horgan's political career saw the British Columbia premier extol the benefits of collaboration and togetherness to achieve results just before he took a parting shot at forest-policy critics he called do-gooders.
It’s intergenerational warfare by proxy, one that’s been fought on the battlefields of municipal zoning bylaws and redevelopment applications, and the forces fighting for more density and affordability continue to suffer heavy casualties, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
British Columbia Premier John Horgan suggested on Wednesday, August 3, 2022, the approach of a Victoria couple who placed a newspaper ad to find a family doctor could be one of his next steps to pressure the federal government to increase health funding.
British Columbia Attorney General David Eby has announced his bid to become the province's next premier, saying he has secured the support of a large majority of New Democrat members of the legislature.
The federal government wants to make sure billions of dollars transferred to the provinces and territories for health care will "deliver real, tangible results for Canadians" with shorter wait times and better services, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.