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Poll suggests half of Canadians have negative opinion of latest Liberal budget

Poll suggests half of Canadians have negative opinion of latest Liberal budget

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests the Liberals have not won over voters with their latest budget, though there is broad support for their plan to build millions of homes.
Rob Shaw: Eby doesn't understand tech giants answer to no one

Rob Shaw: Eby doesn't understand tech giants answer to no one

B.C. government forced to shift strategy in tackling social media's dark side
More British Columbians support a BC United-BC Conservative merger, says survey

More British Columbians support a BC United-BC Conservative merger, says survey

Premier David Eby still holds lead in approval ratings as B.C. prepares for election.
Ottawa injects another $36M into vaccine injury compensation fund

Ottawa injects another $36M into vaccine injury compensation fund

OTTAWA — The federal government has added $36.4 million to a program designed to support people who have been seriously injured or killed by vaccines since the end of 2020.
B.C. government sets November date for Surrey police handover

B.C. government sets November date for Surrey police handover

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's government has set Nov. 29 as the date when the Surrey Police Service will take over from the RCMP as the city's force of jurisdiction.
B.C.'s Nexii selling subsidiary in attempt to avoid bankruptcy

B.C.'s Nexii selling subsidiary in attempt to avoid bankruptcy

Insolvent company was valued at $2 billion just two years ago
9 in 10 young British Columbians prefer socially responsible employers, says survey

9 in 10 young British Columbians prefer socially responsible employers, says survey

BCAA report highlights how demonstrating purpose can be a competitive advantage for B.C. businesses
Trudeau says Saskatchewan to get carbon rebates despite province not paying levies

Trudeau says Saskatchewan to get carbon rebates despite province not paying levies

SASKATOON — Justin Trudeau says residents in Saskatchewan will continue to get carbon rebates while the province says it's not worried by the prime minister's push to get the Canada Revenue Agency to collect money owed.
Opinion: Time to go beyond 'Axe the Tax' to address the climate crisis

Opinion: Time to go beyond 'Axe the Tax' to address the climate crisis

Are Canadians ready to 'Fix the Math and Stop the Fires?'
Liberals, Conservatives and NDP argue in B.C. court to prevent investigation of their privacy policies

Liberals, Conservatives and NDP argue in B.C. court to prevent investigation of their privacy policies

"The [federal political parties] are in an inherent conflict of interest when dealing with the personal information of the electorate," says the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association.