Proposed law could give ICBC “right to refuse” licenses due to unpaid debt

Photo: Mike de Jong, finance minister, at swearing-in ceremony for Minister of Health in 2011             This week, the BC government proposed a law, working with ICBC to help gather outstanding student debts.             A press release on the government’s website states, “Bill 13, Finance Statutes Amendment Act, includes amendments to the Financial Administration Act … Continued

C is for Common-Law

There’s nothing white about a Common-Law wedding. No proposal, no ring, no breathy engagement announcement. No planner, no shower, no stag. No limo, no walk, no giving away. No “now you may kiss.” No wedding DJ, no rice-strewn sendoff. No honeymoon. I now pronounce you Common-Law. Done. From the moment you and your best love … Continued

Governor General David Johnston visits Harbour City

His Excellency talks with International student Ashafu Lawal during the luncheon on January 29 During his tour of Western Canada, the Right Honourable David Johnston stopped in Nanaimo to receive an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from VIU. During his visit, VIU held a luncheon for students to meet with his Excellency. Held in the Vancouver … Continued

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