CBC British Columbia
The former employee had claimed he was fired without just cause.
Air Canada experienced a computer outage on Tuesday that affected check-in and other processes across Canada, although some functionality seems to have been restored.
An investigation was launched after a complaint came to police in September.
The federal government will reveal its budget Tuesday afternoon and officials in B.C. hope funds will flow for transit, housing and marijuana regulation.
B.C.'s securities regulator is considering whether to make larger publicly traded companies disclose the gender diversity on their boards of directors, which would put B.C. in line with the majority of the country.
At age 32, Jes Jaswal has spent much of his life waiting for a kidney. His case is so specialized doctors say his chances are extremely low. That's forced him to start searching abroad.
A B.C. family is demanding Apple pay $600,000 in uninsured losses after they were forced to close their farm business following a devastating house fire that they claim was sparked by a faulty iPhone.
The woman who has been leading a Twitter crusade against Hedley that’s led to the pop-rock band being blacklisted by radio stations across the country is breaking her silence.