Children in many parts of B.C. are struggling with issues of poverty, hunger and the lack of education, according to a new report.
Oct 17, 2010
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Action in solidarity with the NO Tanks action flotilla rally in the Vancouver Harbor at the same time.
A by-law banning camping in public parks was struck down by the Supreme Court of B.C. Now Victoria council has rezoned a public park as a "street median" to prevent homeless people erecting shelters.
On September 29, the Superior Court of Ontario ruled three key provisions of the law against prostitution unconstitutional. We speak with lawyer Katrina Pacey.
Village of Queen Charlotte
Delegates at the UBCM annual convention in Whistler have resoundingly voted in opposition to the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline and oil tanker traffic on B.C.‘s north coast.
Chief Liz Logan says the Site C dam proposed for the Peace River will destroy thousands of hectares of old growth forest, valuable farmland and First Nations traditional territory.
The leaders of three First Nations remember and reaffirm the irrefutable claims laid out in a letter a century ago, addressed to a prime minister who promised to meet their predecessors but never did.
Four years ago, the Harper government allowed two lakes to be turned into tailings ponds for mines. Mining corporations have now applied to use 11 more as toxic dump sites, including this B.C. haven.
Representatives of Enbridge received formal notice from Wet'suweten hereditary chiefs that the company was trespassing on Wet'suwet'en lands.
B.C.'s environment is under assault by corporate vandals. The second in a two-part series.