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Green hydrogen plant project has investor

Macquarie Capital to finance green hydrogen plant in Chetwynd

Embattled Richmond lawyer dropped by big bank, sued by another

Hong Guo faces three Law Society of B.C. citations. Hearing will explore allegations of professional misconduct related to the disappearance of $7.5 million from trust account

Crown, lawyers for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou expected to tangle over disclosure privilege in April

The two sides in the extradition hearing case facing Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou are expecting to battle over the issue of privilege – or one party’s right to refuse disclosure of...

Big Taxi’s big roadblocks stalling ride-hailing competition in B.C.

We got ride-sharing last week in the Lower Mainland. People hopped a lift from neighbours in the cold and snow. We had ride-hailing, too. People waved their arms to flag a taxi. But we had neither...

B.C. “considering” province-wide ban on plastic bags at retail checkouts

Initiative is said to be part of a “coordinated series of actions”

Province offers loggers bridge loans during strike

Coastal loggers caught between company and union in seven-month strike

B.C. revving up for e-scooter pilot projects

What happened: The province is now accepting applications for e-scooter pilot projects Why it matters: The devices are banned from roads and sidewalks, but the pilot will allow their deployment in...

Resurgent Vancouver Canucks score at the box office

The resurgence of the Vancouver Canucks on the ice this season, with some help from a full slate of the National Hockey League (NHL) franchise’s 50th-anniversary celebrations, have propelled business...

Arrest delay could buttress Meng defence: lawyer

The extradition case of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou, slated to resume on January 20 in a Vancouver courtroom, may be resolved much quicker than the originally anticipated multi-year...

Supreme Court dismisses B.C.'s appeal on TMX

Highest court swiftly, unanimously rejects challenge by provincial government

What are we reading? January 16, 2020

Each week, BIV staff will share with you some of the interesting stories we have found from around the web. Mark Falkenberg, deputy managing editor: What Donald Trump calls a “very large and...