VANCOUVER — Ahmad Hwichan gestures to his throat and grimaces as he talks about coughing up blood and hearing children screaming in the chaotic aftermath of last week’s pepper-spray attack in Vancouver.
January 12, 2016 - 4:46pmUpdated: January 12, 2016 - 5:55pm
VANCOUVER — British Columbia’s high housing costs are on the government’s radar as it prepares to table its budget next month, but Premier Christy Clark is ruling out luxury or speculation taxes to cool Vancouver’s hot market.
VANCOUVER — A prominent member of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet is reaching out to Syrian refugees after a group of newly arrived migrants were pepper sprayed at a welcome event in Vancouver.
COQUITLAM, B.C. — Refugee and barber Mohammed Kurdi gave his first haircut in Canada to the mayor in his community, an honour the politician says symbolizes a fresh start for the family of a drowned Syrian boy.