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When it comes to housing and money, when do parenting obligations end?

When it comes to housing and money, when do parenting obligations end?

Parents are supporting adult kids. But should they be?
Rob Shaw: BC NDP focuses on health-care improvements as election nears

Rob Shaw: BC NDP focuses on health-care improvements as election nears

Despite criticisms, the BC government showcases its commitment to enhancing healthcare with significant funding increases and strategic planning
Opinion: Rutherford, Rustad on parallel paths to face off against rivals this fall

Opinion: Rutherford, Rustad on parallel paths to face off against rivals this fall

The are some surprising similarities in the leadership journeys of Canucks' Jim Rutherford and BC Conservatives’ John Rustad
Capital gains proposal to be presented to Parliament on Monday, Freeland says

Capital gains proposal to be presented to Parliament on Monday, Freeland says

OTTAWA — The Liberal government plans to take the first legislative step Monday toward increasing the inclusion rate on capital gains.
U.S. cannabis company suing B.C. business, partners for $2M

U.S. cannabis company suing B.C. business, partners for $2M

The two sets of equipment were expected to produce 20,000 pounds of marijuana each per year at a rate of $200 a pound or $8 million per year.
B.C. trial lawyers urge government action on sheriff shortage

B.C. trial lawyers urge government action on sheriff shortage

The Trial Lawyers Association of B.C. says the shortage is a severe issue affecting the administration of justice.
B.C. penny stock company from Bridgemark case sues lawyer

B.C. penny stock company from Bridgemark case sues lawyer

PreveCeutical Medical is blaming its former lawyer for writing a press release that was found to be misleading by a hearing panel at the B.C. Securities Commission; the company was cleared of allegations it breached the Securities Act.
Strike for Canadian border workers on hold until Wednesday: union

Strike for Canadian border workers on hold until Wednesday: union

OTTAWA — The union that represents 9,000 CBSA workers said Friday they won't strike until at least Wednesday, as mediation continues. The Public Service Alliance of Canada initially said border workers were set to strike as early as 4 p.m.
Experts gather in B.C. to tackle the future of workplace investigations

Experts gather in B.C. to tackle the future of workplace investigations

Attendees from around the world share best practices, discuss emerging issues
TSX falls more than 200 points Friday, U.S. markets retreat after jobs reports

TSX falls more than 200 points Friday, U.S. markets retreat after jobs reports

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index fell one per cent Friday, led by industrials, utilities and base metals, while U.S. markets retreated as both countries released new information about their job markets.