Establishment of seniors’ advocate a positive move, but government response to ombudsperson’s report fails to address need for enforceable standards of care and minimum staffing levels.
The transphobic ad in the Toronto Sun and National Post occurs amid Canada-wide battles over accommodation of LGBT youth and trans human rights. Here's why it won't be over after the Ontario election.
In a landmark decision by the British Columbia Supreme Court the court declared the legislation that stripped teacher collective bargaining rights in 2002 unconstitutional and invalid.
Why criminalize polygamy when we have exploitation and abuse laws? What is different is the lack of charges for trafficking and child sexual abuse.
It’s time for an independent commission to determine whether or not the public service can any longer protect our publicly owned forests.
The B.C. government’s fee increases for people living in long-term care facilities, which came into effect on January 1, 2010, have hurt residents and family members and it will only get worse.
Pivot Legal Society
Pivot Lawyer Lobat Sadrehashemi talks about a complaint filed to the B.C. Ombudsperson regarding a policy that makes it difficult for foster children to return to their parents.
Earlier this month, Weibo Ludwig was questioned for several hours about the bombings of six gas pipelines in northern Alberta and B.C.
We’re long overdue for serious tax reform in this country. Most Canadians agree on this. But the new unfair Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) in Ontario and B.C. is not what most of us had in mind.
"Any way you slice it, cutting autism support by $3 million is not good for kids." - Reid Johnson, B.C. health sciences association.