The Canadian Press

Vancouver unveils Canada's first electric fire truck in its pledge to cut emissions

The city has committed to chopping emission from its fleet by 60 per cent below 2007 levels by 2030

NDP agriculture critic says he's not impressed by grocers' plans to stabilize prices

Committee has requested that the top execs of major grocers testify once again on their plans to stabilize prices

Criminal use of cryptocurrency expected to grow, Canada's financial intel agency says

Fintrac's report warns that the use of unregistered money services businesses continues to pose challenges

EA Vancouver developers power up Christine Sinclair in video game

Sinclair, the world's all-time leading scorer with 190 goals, is scheduled to finish out her international career on Tuesday

Assembly of First Nations to elect new national chief in Ottawa this week

The contest comes after the dramatic ouster of former national chief RoseAnne Archibald

Vancouver home sales rise in November as newly listed properties add to supply

Association says November home sales totalled 1,702 — a 4.7% increase from the same month last year

Canada's telecom sector awaiting key regulatory decisions after transformative year

Vancouver-based Telus faces new mandates over access to its network and questions over hikes to roaming fees

Canada proposes new methane emissions rules for oil and gas sector

Draft regulations aim to cut at least 75 per cent of methane emissions by 2030

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week (Dec. 4-8)

From the Bank of Canada's latest interest rate announcement to Vancouver home sales numbers, and more

Short-term rentals have 'significantly impacted' housing affordability: Desjardins

Real estate investors often earn more money on short-term rentals than long-term rentals, according to Desjardins