A natural gas pipeline across northern British Columbia is vital to the region's economic future and it will be built despite the objections of some Indigenous leaders, Premier John Horgan said on Monday, January 13, 2020.
A farm home in the Fraser Valley that provides addiction treatment and life-skills recovery help for women has received an eviction notice after the pastoral property along the Canada-U.S. border was deemed not to have met regulations governing the use of British Columbia's agricultural land.
Canadians wanting to cross the U.S. border are being asked different marijuana questions than they were before cannabis was legal, says an American immigration lawyer who represents numerous aging baby boomers denied entry to America for past pot use.
Premier John Horgan defended how his chief of staff handled allegations made against the former clerk of the B.C. legislature when he first learned of them in July 2018 as the Liberals questioned a decision to shred a document outlining the accusations.
British Columbia's recently retired sergeant-at-arms committed neglect of duty and didn't tell the truth during an investigation into misconduct at the provincial legislature, a report released on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, concluded.
A British Columbia cabinet minister who abruptly resigned last week says she has not been contacted by the RCMP and remains in the dark about the allegations that led to a criminal investigation of her conduct.
The sergeant-at-arms of the British Columbia legislature announced his retirement on Tuesday, October 1, 2019, saying the damage to his reputation can no longer be fully repaired after he was placed on administrative leave last year when questions were raised about his spending.