B.C. commits $100 million to Japanese Canadians in recognition of internment history

B.C. commits $100 million to Japanese Canadians in recognition of internment history

Japanese-Canadians gather inside an internment camp during the Second World War in this undated image. (National Archives of Canada / THE CANADIAN PRESS) Japanese-Canadians gather inside an internment camp during the Second World War in this undated image. (National Archives of Canada / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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B.C. Premier Horgan announces he will step down

After five years in the role, John Horgan announced on Tuesday afternoon he plans to step down as premier of British Columbia and has asked his governing party, the NDP, to hold a leadership convention later this year.