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B.C. apologizes for historic anti-Chinese laws, 'head tax'

B.C. apologizes for historic anti-Chinese laws, 'head tax'

Premier Christy Clark presents a formal apology for B.C.'s historic anti-Chinese policies restricting voting, property and business
Pay cuts to escalate with teacher strike action

Pay cuts to escalate with teacher strike action

The B.C. government is getting ready to cut teachers' pay by 5%, offers $1,200 signing bonus for deal by end of June
HIV tests to be offered to all B.C. adults

HIV tests to be offered to all B.C. adults

BC outreach strategy saves lives, reduces transmission in communities, and has been adopted by the UN's global AIDS program
Electricity need key to Site C decision

Electricity need key to Site C decision

Review panel not convinced there is enough demand for the $7.9 billion dam project to begin next year
Houston Forest Products sawmill closes Friday

Houston Forest Products sawmill closes Friday

Sixty-six Houston Forest Products (HFP) employees are out of work Friday, half of whom have secured employment.

Site C dam report makes 50 recommendations

Site C dam report says benefits of project are clear, but no yes or no answer
Child advocate says protection system failing

Child advocate says protection system failing

Computer network crashes again after cabinet ministers said it was fixed; advocate says domestic violence reports getting lost
Horgan holds course on resource projects

Horgan holds course on resource projects

B.C. doesn't currently need the Site C dam, and it does need a study of the impact of fracking, NDP leader says
New BC NDP leader Horgan pitches resource development

New BC NDP leader Horgan pitches resource development

Horgan put on steel-toed boots for his first public appearance as provincial NDP leader to emphasize support for resource development.

First Nation challenge to B.C. pipeline

B.C. First Nation launches legal challenge over Kinder Morgan pipeline