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Rob Shaw: Concerns over MNP worm their way through B.C.'s agriculture ministry

Rob Shaw: Concerns over MNP worm their way through B.C.'s agriculture ministry

B.C. government's cozy relationship with a single consulting firm raises red flags
Kirk LaPointe: Can Canada finally fix its shameful school-food gap?

Kirk LaPointe: Can Canada finally fix its shameful school-food gap?

Federal, provincial tussling should not get in the way of a national school food program
The federal government’s proposed AI legislation misses the mark on protecting Canadians

The federal government’s proposed AI legislation misses the mark on protecting Canadians

The Canadian government’s proposed legislation to regulate artificial intelligence doesn’t address the government’s own applications. More oversight and consultations are needed to protect Canadians.
What B.C. construction firms need to know about Forced Labour Act

What B.C. construction firms need to know about Forced Labour Act

B.C. developers, contractors must act on forced labour.
Rob Shaw: Surrey policing dispute heats up again as mayor spurns $250M offer

Rob Shaw: Surrey policing dispute heats up again as mayor spurns $250M offer

Mayor Brenda Locke prepares to play election-time game of chicken with BC NDP
Les Leyne: Kickback probe could shape carbon-tax fight

Les Leyne: Kickback probe could shape carbon-tax fight

How will B.C.’s carbon tax weather the political storm that erupted this week?
Opinion: Single mothers in particular would benefit from more subsidized housing in Canada

Opinion: Single mothers in particular would benefit from more subsidized housing in Canada

Amid a housing affordability crisis, new research suggests the federal government should allocate resources to the housing needs of children being raised by single mothers.
Rob Shaw: Viral TikTok video sparks investigation into B.C.'s clean energy grants

Rob Shaw: Viral TikTok video sparks investigation into B.C.'s clean energy grants

B.C. energy minister faces backlash, orders audit in wake of clean energy grant scandal
Half of British Columbians are afraid of crime in their community, says poll

Half of British Columbians are afraid of crime in their community, says poll

Canadians blame addiction, gangs and courts for criminal activity.
Baldrey: 2024 meets 1991? How B.C. election history could repeat itself

Baldrey: 2024 meets 1991? How B.C. election history could repeat itself

Political columnist Keith Baldrey examines the eerily similar parallels that have transpired in the B.C. Legislature.