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Food bank report fails B.C. on several poverty tests, but commends efforts

Food bank report fails B.C. on several poverty tests, but commends efforts

Food Banks Canada tracking poverty gives B.C. an overall D-plus
Personal but not medical data impacted after hack at B.C. health authority

Personal but not medical data impacted after hack at B.C. health authority

First Nations Health Authority says “unauthorized entity” accessed its corporate network
Poll gives B.C. Conservatives no ‘reason’ to cooperate with B.C. United: analyst

Poll gives B.C. Conservatives no ‘reason’ to cooperate with B.C. United: analyst

SFU’s Nicolas Kenny says Conservatives are benefiting from “conservative, anti-establishment wave”
B.C. government faces court challenge over law changing legal regulations

B.C. government faces court challenge over law changing legal regulations

The Law Society of B.C. fears Bill 21 threatens the independence of lawyers and democracy itself
B.C. government announces next purchase with rental protection fund

B.C. government announces next purchase with rental protection fund

Rental Protection Fund CEO Katie Maslechko calls loss of affordable rentals a province-wide problem
B.C.’s deal with social media giants ‘probably’ represents ‘best outcome’: expert

B.C.’s deal with social media giants ‘probably’ represents ‘best outcome’: expert

Brandon Laur, CEO of The White Hatter, acknowledges problems with agreement’s impact on local news
B.C.’s inflation rate remains higher than Canada’s, but relief on horizon

B.C.’s inflation rate remains higher than Canada’s, but relief on horizon

B.C.’s year-to-year-inflation in April 2024 was 2.9 while Canada’s rate was 2.7 per cent
B.C. legislature gives royal assent to Aboriginal title law for Haida Gwaii

B.C. legislature gives royal assent to Aboriginal title law for Haida Gwaii

Supporters say law historic in advancing Reconciliation, critics question effect on property rights
NDP wraps last B.C. session of this government on the defensive: analyst

NDP wraps last B.C. session of this government on the defensive: analyst

UBC political scientist says province moves into pre-election summer with opposition in attack mode
B.C. United, B.C. Conservative merger ‘pretty unlikely’: political scientist

B.C. United, B.C. Conservative merger ‘pretty unlikely’: political scientist

But Stewart Prest also sees winds ‘blowing’ against left-of-centre governments