First Nations leaders have expressed their concerns about the treatment of Indigenous people in Canada to a United Nations committee that examines racial discrimination
Aug 17, 2017
Raise this fall will take British Columbia’s minimum wage from seventh place among the provinces to third
Aug 15, 2017
Thomas Berger, who will serve as outside counsel for legal challenges involving the Trans Mountain project, has been described as ‘one of the pre-eminent legal figures’ of B.C.
Aug 10, 2017
Mumtaz Ladha, who was acquitted of human trafficking, says B.C. government agency ruthlessly pursued her over false narrative
Aug 09, 2017
The province’s NDP government announced a plan for the commission’s return, with legislation expected in 2018
Aug 04, 2017
Indigenous offenders are overrepresented in solitary confinement and face racism from correctional officers according to the warden
Aug 03, 2017
Case centred on a stretch of Bowen Island known as Cape Roger Curtis, which is popular among locals for its rocky shoreline, trails and views
Aug 02, 2017
Bruce Somers tells B.C. Supreme Court there had been an ‘overreliance’ on administrative segregation in past years
Aug 01, 2017
Crown argued accused were in charge of smuggling operation and out to make profit on asylum seekers
Jul 27, 2017
Lawyers will discuss next steps in August, with Mr. Blackmore’s counsel ultimately seeking a stay of proceedings or a religious exemption.
Jul 26, 2017
Based in Vancouver, Sunny has been with The Globe and Mail since November, 2010.