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Christy Clark's cabinet moves might give her party a fighting chance in the next election.
We haven’t heard much recently about Japanese tsunami debris, but time and tide is inexorably drawing it to the B.C. coastline.
Anyone involved in B.C. public education can be excused for wanting a less-tumultuous school year than the previous one.
NANAIMO: Cuts to B.C. Ferries three major southern routes should come as a surprise to no one.
Perhaps Premier Christy Clark sees a battle with Alberta as the last hope to rally voters in time for the spring 2013 election campaign.
There doesn’t appear to be a grey area for those who are weighing in on the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.
Emulating the enormous South by Southwest Festival and its many venues, The Big Time Out in Cumberland evolved during the weekend.
Letters to the editor expressing frustration with MP John Duncan’s unresponsiveness have been increasing recently.
In changes stemming from new population statistics in the most recent census, a proposed new federal riding boundary would bisect Courtenay.
Coastal authorities in B.C. have long been putting together tsunami and earthquake preparedness plans.
Two weeks of dazzling athletic competition, compelling human interest stories and national pride.
Few issues (abortion?) divide politicians and potential voters like one that pits jobs/economy versus environment.
Newsrooms get a steady stream of news releases, many of them from various levels of government.
Emily Wood, who tragically lost her fight with cancer last weekend, has some things in common with one of Canada’s most beloved heroes.
Dozens of municipal chief administrative officers in B.C. earn more than the White House chief of staff.
Vancouver Island MusicFest advanced last weekend on two important and related fronts.
Rather than sunbathing on a beach, why not take along a garbage bag and clean it up?
Is it realistic, or even legal, to ban a product that is perfectly healthy for the people who choose consume it?
Expect an appeal of a decision against the law forbidding physician-assisted suicide in Canada.
As in any non-decisive battle between implacable foes, both sides are claiming victory after a Labour Relations board decision last week.