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To save climate, oil and gas sector must slash operations: International Energy Agency

The current investment of $800 billion a year in the oil and gas sector will need to be cut in half, says International Energy Agency

B.C. film sector breathes sigh of relief as striking Hollywood actors reach tentative deal

Deadpool 3, starring Vancouver's Ryan Reynolds, expected to resume filming right away

WeWork seeks bankruptcy protection in stunning fall for a firm once valued at close to US$50B

WeWork, which operates properties throughout B.C., is also requesting the 'ability to reject the leases of certain locations'

How Microsoft’s US$69B acquisition of Activision Blizzard could affect Vancouver’s gaming sector

A number of studios in Vancouver make games or underlying technology and software for either Microsoft or Activision Blizzard

India suspends visa services for citizens of Canada, tells it to cut its diplomats

Canada expelled an Indian diplomat this week after alleging the Indian government was involved in the assassination of a Canadian on B.C. soil

India asks citizens to be careful if travelling to Canada as rift widens over Sikh leader’s death

New Delhi urging nationals to be cautious of 'growing anti-India activities and politically condoned hate-crimes'

Major automakers unite to build EV charging network across North America to rival Tesla's

The dramatic move is intended to speed the adoption of electric vehicles, allaying fears that chargers won't be available for long distance travel