Canada’s national newspaper has re-committed itself to giving B.C. news a prominent place amid the rest of the award winning journalism.

That place, in the A section, means the Globe’s commitment to coverage in the West is long standing.
Amidst news of the fentanyl crisis, real estate prices, the spreading impact of marijuana legalization and Indigenous constitutional rights, readers will have an insight into how provincial issues impact and affect the rest of Canada.

Reporters in B.C. will provide coverage on issues affecting provincial and national policy makers such as marijuana legislation. This extended coverage can provide more information on important issues that can affect local businesses in B.C.
The new changes started Dec. 1.  To learn more, see ‘A new Globe and Mail and a new home for B.C. coverage.