A penniless Canada: Mint begins years-long process of collecting and melting down 82-million kg in coins
The Canadian penny gets one step closer to extinction Monday as the the Mint officially stops distributing the coins
B.C. should raise taxes to Canadian average: report
B.C. could raise as much as $2.3 billion in new revenue, pay off its deficit, and fund new programs if it brought provincial taxes in line with the Canadian average, according to a controversial report by a left-leaning think tank.
Shortage of skilled workers looming, report says
Labour-market study from B.C.’s research universities calculates that the tipping point – where the number of jobs in B.C. will exceed the number of qualified workers – is just three years away
If a reform is given, B.C. wants say on any changes to the Red Chamber, justice minister says
The province is ruling out reform without agreement from seven of the provinces representing at least 50 per cent of the country’s population
B.C. election campaign officially underway | CBC News
B.C. Premier Christy Clark has asked Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon to dissolve parliament, marking the start of the provincial 28-day election campaign.
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