Forest industry leaders from British Columbia are continuing a trade mission to China without provincial government officials, who are cutting short the trip to Asia as a court case involving a senior executive of Huawei Technologies unfolds in Vancouver.
The Speaker of British Columbia's legislature has promised to resign if a financial audit he is recommending doesn't prompt public outrage and back his handling of a controversy that has engulfed the province's politics.
Federal government efforts to save threatened southern resident killer whales could endanger the survival of communities on Vancouver Island whose economies depend on sport fishing and tourism revenues, a coalition of tourism, business and recreational fishing groups said on Thursday, December 6, 2018.
Protection of salmon, animals and the land in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia is an eternal responsibility of First Nations and the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline poses risks that could harm the homes and culture of Aboriginal Peoples, the National Energy Board heard on Monday, November 26, 2018.
Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna was confronted with the passions many people in British Columbia have for the plight of the West Coast's endangered killer whales while she cycled on a Victoria-area bike path on Wednesday, November 14, 2018.
The leaders of British Columbia's two main parties square off on Thursday, November 8, 2018, in a debate on electoral reform that experts say arrives after decades of electoral dysfunction that produced lopsided victories and made losers out of popular-vote winners.
Natural gas service to much of British Columbia was being gradually restored on Thursday, October 11, 2018, after a pipeline explosion north of Prince George shut down a major supply artery to homes, institutions and industries.