Finding proof of a parallel universeFriday night anti-austerity protest ends with riot police interventionNot many women in B.C. university coachingMontreal’s anti-austerity protest leads to four arrestsBC may deny licenses to those who default on student debt
Finding proof of a parallel universe
Friday night anti-austerity protest ends with riot police intervention
Not many women in B.C. university coaching
Montreal’s anti-austerity protest leads to four arrests
BC may deny licenses to those who default on student debt

B.C. minimum wage workers left in poverty

April 1, 2015 3:19 pm

NANAIMO (CUP) — The B.C. government refuses to increase minimum wage enough to keep working people above the poverty line, despite calls for an increase from British Columbians. Instead, the provincial government has announced that it will increase the minimum wage by 20 cents in September,…

Student federation hopes to halt Fair Elections Act

March 26, 2015 1:40 pm

KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CUP) — The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) plans to take the federal government to court before the next federal election. CFS, along with the Council of Canadians and three independent citizens, recently filed a constitutional challenge against the Fair Elections Act, claiming…