The B.C. Ministry of Health announced today it will make prescription medicines more affordable for low-income, working families, by reducing or eliminating PharmaCare deductibles.
British Columbia's unions are hopeful for increases to minimum wage and improved workers' rights with John Horgan's NDP-Green coalition government.
rabble spoke with Megaphone Executive Director, Sean Condon, about its recent report on homeless deaths in B.C. and what can be done, especially by the provincial government, to end homelessness.
Heading into National Energy Board hearings, the B.C. provincial government has stated it does not support Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline as it fails to meet their outlined requirements.
The BCGEU is appealing the release of a heavily redacted first draft of MLA Laurie Throness' report on prison safety.
The proposed building of the Site C dam would flood 5,550 hectares and destroy agricultural land and wildlife habitats. On top of that, BC Hydro is now going to cut down trees, destroying eagle nests.
A new report offers a reality check on government claims about massive job creation to come from a B.C.-based LNG industry.
The B.C. government's decision to reopen Mount Polley mine is premature. Imperial Metals is still under two investigations for its failure to prevent the biggest mining spill in Canadian history.
The BCGEU wants the provincial government to act on the recommendations of B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth who is calling for the reopening of the Victoria Youth Custody Centre.
As the B.C. and federal governments continue to push for LNG development and export, a major new study details the consequences of ramping up fracking.