BC experienced its wettest 24 hours in history this week, resulting in the submersion of several communities under water and isolation of several more with mudslides and severely damaged roads.
The pandemic has not been easy on anyone, including many businesses. The costs of operating a business continue, though many stores are struggling with declining sales and now BC is
The Fraser Valley currently has an extremely low market availability for commercial lease space. As a result, many commercial landlords are looking to increase their lease rates, while tenants are
As the world sends out an anti-bullying message on Pink Shirt Day, it’s important to understand just how serious bullying and harassment can be and the consequences that can result.
In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada has decided that the Law Society of B.C. has the power to deny approval to a proposed law school at Trinity Western University (TWU), on the basis that TWU’s Community Covenant discriminates against LGBTQ people.