All sides in the escalating dispute over the Trans Mountain expansion project appear to be digging in with the Alberta and British Columbia governments clashing over fuel prices and Indigenous and political leaders warning of civil unrest
British Columbia Premier John Horgan showed no signs Monday of backing down on the battle over the Kinder Morgan pipeline, rejecting widespread claims his government's challenge of the $7.4 billion project is hurting the economy and tearing apart the country.
Victoria councillors are considering tightening city regulations governing horse-drawn carriage tours, but that's not enough for at least one council member who says it's time to put the downtown rides out to pasture.
British Columbia's finance minister shelved the tradition of buying new shoes to present her budget in favour of reading a story on Monday, February 19, 2018, to a group of three- and four-year-old youngsters at a Victoria child care centre.
British Columbia's New Democrats are promising initiatives in Tuesday's budget to increase the supply of affordable homes for families, students and seniors, while also bringing in measures to dampen speculation in the real estate market.
British Columbia's Liberals turned to a former cabinet minister to lead them on Saturday, February 3, 2018, night after their defeat last year, as Andrew Wilkinson appealed to his caucus colleagues to help him expand and broaden the party's membership.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke over jeers Friday at a rowdy town hall meeting in Nanaimo, B.C., as he defended his government’s decision to support the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline through the province.