Linda Coady: Five steps to reboot B.C.'s forest industry
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by Hardip Johal
2h ago
Mill closures and curtailments in B.C. last year led to the loss of 5,000 direct jobs in the forest industry, and another 5,000 indirect jobs in supply chains and services that support the industry. Current conditions in the sector are not only negatively impacting jobs and operations, but also exports, government revenue, and investment in the province. Read More ..read more
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Burnaby police search for suspect in Central Park assault
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by Stephanie Ip
4h ago
Police are searching for a suspect who assaulted a man in Burnaby's Central Park this week. Read More ..read more
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Coastal GasLink completes $7.15B bond offering, largest in corporate Canadian history
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by The Canadian Press
4h ago
Calgary-based TC Energy Corp., the company behind the Coastal GasLink pipeline, says it has completed the largest corporate bond offering in Canadian history. Read More ..read more
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Douglas Todd: Canadian politics turning more 'tribal'
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by Douglas Todd
4h ago
The quickest way to get a start in politics in Canada is to appeal to members of an affiliated ethnic or religious group to take over a nomination battle or leadership convention, specialists say. Read More ..read more
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B.C. may work with N.L. on court challenge of federal equalization payments, David Eby says
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by The Canadian Press
4h ago
British Columbia Premier David Eby has found an ally in his claims of unequal funding from the federal government: Newfoundland and Labrador. Read More ..read more
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Vancouver launches alcohol service at pitch-and-putt courses
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by Tiffany Crawford
5h ago
For those who like to swig a beer after they swing a club, booze will now be served at pitch-and-putt courses at two Vancouver parks. Read More ..read more
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Vancouver police issue warning after sex worker assaulted in DTES
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by Stephanie Ip
5h ago
Vancouver police are investigating after a sex worker was picked up in the Downtown Eastside by an unknown man, assaulted with a weapon and then pushed out of his vehicle. Read More ..read more
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B.C. politicians ask for audit of $3.86 billion North Shore water treatment plant
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by The Canadian Press
6h ago
A group of local politicians from B.C.'s Lower Mainland are asking the provincial auditor general to investigate how the cost of a wastewater treatment plant could balloon to $3.86 billion. Read More ..read more
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Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, reduce demand for restaurants
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by The Canadian Press
6h ago
Uber says regulation changes for ride-share and delivery workers in B.C. will drive up costs and reduce demands for local restaurants. Read More ..read more
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Shampoo bars: A sustainable, travel-friendly alternative for washing your hair
The Vancouver Sun
by Aleesha Harris
7h ago
If you’re looking to minimize your carbon footprint while maintaining healthy, beautiful hair, solid shampoo bars may be a great option. Not only are they environmentally friendly, the formulas are often more concentrated than the bottled formula, and they are easy to travel with. Read More ..read more
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