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B.C. budget aims for fiscal prudence

  • February 21, 2012

The B.C. government has tabled a tough, stay-the-course budget intended to cap spending, sell off "non-strategic assets" and rein in the deficit with very few handouts to taxpayers or businesses on Tuesday.

What the #!%*?: B.C. legal troubles may see 2,500 cases thrown out

  • February 14, 2012

British Columbia’s justice system is facing a tipping point, with a massive backlog that may see more than 2,500 cases thrown out of court. In this occasional feature on a complex issue, the National Post’s Ian Vandaelle takes a look at what went wrong.

Prosecutor appointed to Queen's counsel

  • January 09, 2012

A Crown prosecutor cited in 2010 for his work on the Alexa Middelaer case added another honour to his belt last month – a Queen’s counsel appointment.

Crime bill draws dissent

  • December 01, 2011

Legislation making its way through Parliament could tip the scales of justice toward harsher penalties, causing some groups concern about imbalance in sentencing.