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Outrage after B.C. councillor tweets about 'South Asian landowners'

Outrage after B.C. councillor tweets about 'South Asian landowners'

The tweet has been condemned for "dividing Richmond residents based on their ethnicity."
Municipalities urge B.C. NDP to pull the plug on speculation tax

Municipalities urge B.C. NDP to pull the plug on speculation tax

The tax will start at 0.5% of a property’s assessed value in the 2018 tax year and rise to 2% of a property’s assessed value after that.
Timeout: Childcare advocates defend subsidized daycare after scathing report

Timeout: Childcare advocates defend subsidized daycare after scathing report

The Fraser Institute says B.C. should look at a program that targets those most in need based on income
The big squeeze: pain ahead if Alberta cuts Trans Mountain oil flow

The big squeeze: pain ahead if Alberta cuts Trans Mountain oil flow

The Interior of B.C. is almost entirely dependent on the refined fuels that come from Alberta refineries through the Trans Mountain pipeline to a terminal in Kamloops.
Canada’s best and worst cities to buy a home on a single income

Canada’s best and worst cities to buy a home on a single income

Some of the results are pretty obvious, but do you know where the most affordable places are?
B.C. tech firm denies link to Cambridge Analytica in face of Facebook privacy controversy

B.C. tech firm denies link to Cambridge Analytica in face of Facebook privacy controversy

“We follow all the rules.”
Albertans are paying the hard price under B.C.'s new speculation tax

Albertans are paying the hard price under B.C.'s new speculation tax

One Albertan man is being dinged $7,000 for an unserviced cabin in B.C.'s wilds.
Opinion: How ICBC can save millions of dollars

Opinion: How ICBC can save millions of dollars

The Graduated Licencing Course has proven to reduce the crash rate of new drivers between nine and 13 per cent.
Off-roaders face $1M in fines, jail if they spark a wildfire

Off-roaders face $1M in fines, jail if they spark a wildfire

Stiffer penalties are also being implemented for violations related to utility transmission operations.
B.C. university pauses hiring after concern raised over lack of Indigenous candidates

B.C. university pauses hiring after concern raised over lack of Indigenous candidates

The school’s decision arrives after some students said that two of the three finalist candidates did not identify as Aboriginal.