Hayley Woodin

B.C. trucking commissioner to control industry rates

The province is granting the commissioner authority to set rates and remuneration previously outlined in government regulations

Vancouver office building managers’ response to homeless people has shifted

There remains a lot of ground to cover in the two years left of Vancouver’s strategic plan to end street homelessness by 2021. Last year, the City of Vancouver counted 659 residents living on the...

TMX approval based on “shallow” consultation: Squamish Nation

Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish nations are among those now weighing their legal options

Premier Horgan "disappointed" in TMX decision

He did not commit to joining any potential legal action, but said the province would if it was in the best interest of B.C.

Reactions to Trans Mountain announcement

Political, business and Indigenous leaders across the country react to the prime minister's decision to proceed with the pipeline expansion

Burnaby company hit with 1,732% U.S. anti-dumping duties

Some sofa beds from Stylus include China-made mattresses now facing steep American anti-dumping duties

Richmond-led satellites ready to rocket to space

MDA Corp., alongside the Canadian Space Agency, plans to launch its Radarsat Constellation Mission Wednesday morning

Metro Vancouver building permits leap 131% in April

New Statistics Canada data cites changes in regional development costs for the burst of building permits this April

What will it cost to cure region’s road congestion?

TransLink Mayors’ Council says stable, predictable funding is a start

West Fraser to temporarily close five B.C. sawmills

Mills in Chetwynd, Fraser Lake, Quesnel, Smithers and Williams Lake will close for a week this month