Elections BC said in a media release it has approved two district electoral officer recounts as part of the final count in the ridings of Courtenay-Comox and Vancouver-False Creek, which will take place May 22 to 24.
A greater number of secondary schools in British Columbia have experienced declines in performance than have improved over the past four years, according to the Fraser Institute’s annual B.C. secondary schools rankings released today.
With the threat of more flooding in parts of B.C. this week, ICBC is urging drivers to be cautious in and around flooded areas.
ICBC recommends finding a safe location on high ground for the temporary storage of vehicles and seasonal vehicles such as motor homes, trailers or snowmobiles located in low-lying areas that may be subject to flooding.
RCMP is asking travelers and area users to be on the lookout for Deirdre, a seven-month-old black Mastiff dog lost following a single vehicle roll over collision on Wednesday, near Revelstoke.
Cpl. Dan Moskaluk said in a media release the dog was a passenger in a vehicle involved in the accident.
The accident happened at approximately 1:25 p.m. Wednesday.
If students voted in Tuesday’s BC Election, the NDP would be looking for space for all its members after the party garnered 60 seats in the Student Vote program.
The NDP won 60 seats to 14 for the Green Party and 12 for the BC Liberals.
There was one Independent candidate elected.
A new Ipsos poll conducted using a dual online and phone methodology reveals an election that remains tight and too close to call.
RCMP have identified the man who is missing and presumed dead after a landslide at Tappen, near Salmon Arm Saturday as 76-year-old Roy Frederick Sharp.
Police said Sharp was last seen inside his home along Sunnybrae Canoe Point Road.
That area was hit by a mudslide early Saturday.
Governments across Canada fail to properly implement carbon-pricing schemes, which could, in theory, both reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the economy, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian policy think-tank.
ICBC (Insurance Corporation of BC) said sixty per cent of motorcycle crashes in B.C. involve other vehicles.
Which why police and ICBC are urging everyone to share the roads safely with motorcycles and yield the right-of-way at intersections.
Earlier this month the 2016 donation numbers for B.C.'s political parties were filed with Elections B.C. and, not unexpectedly, it was another bumper crop for the B.C. Liberals.
The party raised $13.1 million, more than any other provincial party in Canada and $4.8 million more than the federal NDP and Green party combined.