British Columbia


HOT MIC: BC NDP star candidate caught mocking Indigenous candidate's name

Cullen has already issued an apology stating, "I apologize unreservedly for my comments and have done so personally to Roy. I need to, and will, do better."

The Post Millennial

BREAKING: BC Liberal candidate Laurie Throness kicked out of party for comparing birth control to eugenics

Throness has been kicked out of the party after suggesting free contraception is similar to a form of eugenics.

The Post Millennial

BC NDP leader apologizes for saying 'I don't see colour'

This was seen was deeply controversial and he quickly issued an apology, following the debate.

The Post Millennial

BC man to plead guilty after killing four during 2019 shooting spree

Police have yet to say what the motive was. Brittain will enter his guilty pleas in court on October 14. (Photo: Unsplash)

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Yaniv drops complaints against Vancouver salons

Serial human rights complainant Jessica Yaniv has ended two lawsuits against Vancouver beauty salons.

Jonathan Bradley

Racial minorities targeted in ad for population control

Whether in Canada or in the global south, we should have no part in policies, programs, or organizations which seek intentionally to push non-white women to have fewer children.

Garnett Genuis

Trans rights activist forces resignation of BC party leader

His cancellation was allegedly due to the fact that he supports JK Rowling, who is seen to some as transphobic, including this very trans rights activist.

Angelo Isidorou

BREAKING: Horgan calls BC election amid pandemic

In what is seen as an unsurprising announcement, the NDP is calling this election during a time when Horgan has all-time highs approval numbers.

Angelo Isidorou

Vancouver spent $300K on designer furniture and complained city was 'bleeding money'

The high end furniture was being ordered as late as May, after Mayor Kennedy Stewart publicly claimed that the city is "bleeding money."

Angelo Isidorou

WATCH: BC RCMP swarmed and assaulted by large mob

One RCMP officer had projectiles thrown at him by an individual. When the officer attempted to make an arrest, he was swarmed and beaten by the group.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BC father may face jail for not acknowledging child's gender transition

After all, what does a 13-year old know about how she will feel at 30? Inability to see around life's corners and a tendency to absolutism are primary traits of immaturity.

Barbara Kay

Drug addicts do not benefit from 'harm reduction,' but from rehabilitation and treatment

Harm reduction is the darling of progressive stakeholders in addiction management. Its most robust defenders tend to be ideologues, whose ultimate goal is the legalization of all drugs.

Barbara Kay

Party host in BC fined $2,300 for failing to follow COVID-19 rules

Victoria Police issued a $2,300 fine to a party host who allegedly failed to follow COVID-19 provincial guidelines.

Mia Cathell

BC CDC releases new guide of correct terms to make people feel less bad about having COVID-19

BC's CDC has just released a new guide aiming at reducing the stigma, , and exclusion often associated with terms related to the coronavirus.

James Anthony

BC woman charged after failing to self-isolate and visiting Cape Breton brewery

A British Columbia woman has been charged after failing to self-isolate and proceeding to visit a Cape Britain brewery.

Sam Edwards