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Red tape preventing B.C. man from assisting his ailing mother

Ottawa blamed for backlog in processing expired residency cards

A Surrey, B.C., man who has lived and worked in Canada for 33 years says government red tape is keeping him from going to the aid of his ailing mother in the Netherlands.

Passport Canada retracts offer of compensation for missed flight

B.C. man says Ottawa fears other claims over delays in 2007 caused by new rules

Senior federal government bureaucrats have decided against giving a precedent-setting payout to a B.C. man who said his family trip was ruined by a passport delay.

Sub-contractor abusing law meant to protect trades, says homeowner

B.C. excavation company staked legal claim to home after owner disputed bill

A homeowner from North Vancouver has accused a building subcontractor who worked on her home of abusing a provincial law intended to protect building trades workers from not getting paid.

Father of harassed teen wants Superstore to take tougher action

16-year-old girl says she was was touched by older male co-worker against her will

The father of a 16-year-old girl who reported being sexually harassed by an older male co-worker at a Superstore wants the grocery chain to take stronger action against the man involved.

Genstar plan will destroy ecosystem, former government scientist warns

Senior biologist says he was muzzled by Campbell government

A B.C. scientist who worked for the provincial environment ministry is warning against a large residential development proposed for Mission, B.C., on the Lower Mainland because he says it will destroy the area's unique ecosystem.