Shootings and accidental drownings at fish farms were made public for the first time this month by Fisheries and Oceans and critics are shocked by the number of marine mammals legally killed at farm sites in the first three months of the year.
Dog destroyed, as it had previously attacked a person
Minister has personal experience in embattled country
Two men from mainland busted on Wednesday with one other
Province looking at ways to show better return to public
The B.C. government spent almost $8 million on harmonized sales tax information campaigns, town halls, guides, research and independent advisory work in advance of the referendum.
A B.C. government employee who allegedly emailed confidential information to a United States border guard will not be criminally charged, but has resigned from government.
Former premier Gordon Campbell will not attend a ceremony to collect his Order of British Columbia. That news was made official Thursday by the Intergovernmental Relations Secretariat, which helps to oversee the ceremony.
PRINCE GEORGE – Premier Christy Clark is calling on architects, designers and engineers for ideas on how to create the world’s tallest multi-use wood building in Prince George.