Jeff Nagel

Defence on the offence [Part 3 of Justice Denied series]

Why not fight? Court delays a disincentive to pay traffic fines or plead guilty to more serious crimes

Tories eye B.C. seat gains but also have weaknesses

Federal election now underway all about confidence: Pundit

Victims in limbo [Part 2 of Justice Denied series]

Battered by their abusers, they now grapple with delays in B.C.'s congested court system

Courts in crisis [part 1 of Justice Denied series]

Thousands of criminal cases are at risk of being thrown out due to lengthy judicial delays.

Facial analysis unveiling driver’s licence fraudsters

ICBC technology flags more than 600 suspected ID thieves

Liberal membership swells amid irregularities

Party says close to 50,000 new members signed up

Promises abound as would-be premiers stump for support

Tax tinkering pledges surface from Dix, Abbott to woo votes

Signups in Surrey raise eyebrows in Abbott camp

Are urban Liberals engineering failure of party vote reform?

Electricity users in for regular rate jolts

Bills projected to rise 10 per cent each year