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Carbon tax fueling new clean industry fund

Harmac first to be approved for grant under CleanBC industry fund

FortisBC sues insurers and designers of incinerator system after 2017 fire at Delta LNG plant

FortisBC Energy Inc. is suing a group of insurers and the designers of an incinerator that failed after a fire at the Tilbury liquefied natural gas plant in Delta in 2017. FortisBC filed two...

City’s inability to economize sticks taxpayers with a bigger bill

The last person I met who agreed he liked taxes thought I was asking about the Lone Star State. On this matter, we need to accept consensus: Houston, we have a problem. The City of Vancouver has...

UBC announces fossil fuel divestment plan

UBC’s board of governors bows to pressure to divest from fossil fuels

Military, medical questions hang over AI ethics debate in Vancouver

Society unprepared for ethical dilemmas from artificial intelligence, say experts

B.C. economy sheds 18,200 jobs in November

Unemployment in B.C. ticked up to 5% but remains lowest across Canada

Could a downshift in auto sales signal a recession?

Car sales in British Columbia have dropped 3.2% since June 2018

’Tis the season to ward off holiday stress with these simple tips

hustle and bustle of the holiday season can be a frantic time when we can find ourselves depleted of energy and thrown off our regular routine, which can overwhelm our nervous system. We may be...

Surrey councillors ruffled by ‘rude’ public and ‘emotional instability’ in chambers

Surrey’s short budget process fell off the rails on Monday amidst political turmoil

$31 million Port Moody rail project worries environmentalists

The project application is currently under review by the Port of Vancouver, a process likely to wrap up by early next year

B.C. medical premiums end Dec. 31

Transition to Employer Health Tax could mean lower wage increases, higher prices

B.C. tech firm Thoughtexchange raises $20m in Series B funding round

What happened: Thoughtexchange raises $20m in Series B round Why it matters: The tech company employs 140 workers in the B.C. interior A B.C. tech firm that has developed a platform to crowdsource...