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UNBC researcher testing safety of wood-steel hybrid buildings

Professor Ramla Qureshi testing buildings’ ability to handle fires, earthquakes and other hazards

Monitoring of spruce harvest needs improvement, says Forest Practices Board

Canfor's and BC Timber Sales "making progress on harvesting infested and dead spruce trees, but the complainant's concerns are still valid"

Inflation, rising interest rates cool profits for lumber giants

Canfor, West Fraser Timber both report reduced net income in second quarter of 2022

Highways promise to be even busier this BC Day long weekend

Even for a BC Day long weekend, the province's roads and highways could be even busier than usual. According to a new survey conducted on behalf of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 66...

Commercial, industrial construction takes lead in Prince George

Decline in residential permits raises fear of rising housing costs in northern B.C.’s largest city

Record-high fuel prices crippling B.C. trucking industry

Fuel surcharges not enough, government tax cuts needed to protect profit margins for truck drivers and keep a lid on grocery prices

Bitcoin mining coming to Prince George, Mackenzie

Australian tech company Iris Energy is investing millions in two new data centres in northern B.C.

B.C. forestry company, union, northern town blast province for handling of timber supply

Conifex, United Steelworks, District of Mackenzie say ‘Mackenzie was singled out in a bad way’

Prince George building on a record-setting roll

Permits for the first four months of this year trump values in same period in 2020 and 2021 combined

Third engineer disciplined in Mount Polley tailings dam failure

Maximum fine imposed on the senior geotechnical engineer at the B.C. mine