Beleaguered Scheer belatedly tweets on Charlottesville, keeps mum on Facebook

By Amy Chen Succumbing to intense criticism from Canadians, Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer took to Twitter on Sunday to condemn the attack in Charlottesville, where a suspected white supremacists rammed a car into a crowd holding a counterprotest against

Scheer silent as Canadian leaders condemn Charlottesville attack

By Amy Chen Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer has so far failed to condemn the attack in Charlottesville, where a suspected white supremacists rammed a car into a crowd holding a counterprotest against a neonazi rally killing one person and

Canadians see Conservatives as uncaring, elitist, old fashioned, and favouritist

By Amy Chen “Old fashioned”, “oil oriented”, “tough on crime”, “favour some over others”, “doesn’t care about you”, “spends on the wrong things”, “elitist”, and “does not trust people” are eight of the 10 top terms Canadian voters associated with

Seller boasts of “NEVER LIVED-IN” 10-year-old condo in North Vancouver

By Joyce Yip For a mere $1.15 million, you, too, could be the owner of a 10-year-old North Vancouver condo with a unique selling point: it has never been lived in. The three bedroom three bathroom unit at Lonsdale Pier

Indigenous advocate files charges against Imperial Metals over biggest mining spill in Canada

By Amy Chen Indigenous advocate Bev Sellars filed private charges against Mount Polley Mining Corporation (Imperial Metals) at the Provincial Court of British Columbia this afternoon in Vancouver, as victims mark the third anniversary of the Mt Polley Mine disaster

Canada passes law granting immunity for drug possession to those who call 911 to report an overdose

By Amy Chen The Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act, which grants immunity for drug possession to those who call 911 to report an overdose, became law without much fanfare last week after the legislation received royal assent[1]http://www.parl.ca/LegisInfo/BillDetails.aspx?billId=8108134&Language=E&Mode=1. “Canadians need to

BC Green voters prefer coalition with NDP over one with Liberals

By Amy Chen 62% of those who voted for the BC Greens at Tuesday’s provincial election would be happy with their party forming a coalition with the NDP, while only 45% would be happy if leader Andrew Weaver sided with

Elections BC’s “How to Vote” webpage crashes on election day

By Amy Chen Elections BC’s webpage on how to vote has crashed on election day. Requests to “http://elections.bc.ca/2017-general-election/how-to-vote/” are directed to a page with the IP address 142.34.128.33, which intermittently returns a “403 Forbidden” error. A Google cache of the

Majority of British Columbians want RCMP to investigate Christy Clark over pay-for-play scandal

By Amy Chen A majority of British Columbians wants Mounties to investigate Christy Clark for giving corporations billions of dollars of taxpayer money in exchange for donations to her BC Liberal party, according to a poll by ThinkPol conducted using

Pro-temporary foreign worker group endorses Christy Clark

By Amy Chen Christy Clark is the “greatest friend of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program in British Columbia” and her BC Liberals deserve four more years in power, according to a group of Temporary Foreign Worker Program supporters who are