The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, which represents about 10,000 members on Vancouver Island, says it's disappointed after the RCMP were cleared of wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of a member last year.
During the first week of November, the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) once again bumbled clumsily into the world of politics with a social safety net report. Produced by neoliberal Alberta-based tech company HelpSeeker Technologies, it tried to cast shade on social services agencies—and by association the people who access those services—in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES),
40 deserving recipients took home an Officer in Charge award from UFVRD in 2022
B.C.'s newly announced public safety plan does not allocate funding for the Vancouver mayor's plan to hire more mental health nurses and police officers in the city, the office of the premier has confirmed.
Paul Schachter said more information needed on how budgets used
A number of rights and community groups are calling on British Columbia to reform a child welfare system they say is “policing and surveilling” families — at a time when the province has unveiled legislation aimed at removing barriers to Indigenous peoples exercising jurisdiction over child and family services.