There was no single failure that led British Columbia's New Democrats to a devastating loss in a provincial election they were highly anticipated to win, says a party post-mortem released Friday.
A specially trained rescue force is facing a bleak future following the cancellation of federal funding.
Premier Christy Clark says her government's plan to export liquefied natural gas to Asia is British Columbia's economic equivalent to Alberta's oilsands.
A 50-year-old man has been identified as the person killed in an avalanche in northwest B.C. Tuesday.
B.C.'s auditor general is disputing the province's annual deficit report by arguing the books should be in the red by another $520 million.
The British Columbia Supreme Court struck down the laws banning doctor-assisted suicides Friday, calling them unconstitutional and discriminatory.
Both right-to-die advocates and opponents of euthanasia are waiting for the B.C. Supreme Court to rule on a challenge to the ban of doctor-assisted suicide.