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East Coast North American ports showing recovery

Container volumes dropped in spring with late fall growth

First Nations energized by LNG, geothermal

Haisla, Fort Nelson First Nations aim to build Canada’s first Indigenous energy projects

West Coast ports hold steady course despite pandemic

A wide range of cargoes rebounded in 2020 after an uncertain COVID-complicated spring

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit record high in fifth straight data update

Number of daily vaccinations lags far behind record total, despite significant widening of eligibility yesterday

B.C. forecasts smaller deficits, slow recovery over next three years

Real GDP won’t return to pre-pandemic levels until 2022, according to the Ministry of Finance

B.C. budget extends business support programs

Budget lacking in its vision for a competitive, post-pandemic economy: GVBOT

B.C.’s safety-first budget strewn with dangerous details

Repeat after me: We are better off than we thought we’d be. We are better off than we thought we’d be. We are better off than we thought we’d be. Tuesday’s British Columbia budget has that...

B.C. budget big on social and health care spending

Budget has no new taxes, $13 billion in new spending and $9.7 billion deficit

Paul Mochrie is Vancouver’s new city manager

Mochrie served in acting role after Sadhu Johnston retired as city manager

VPD looks to develop policy for use of facial recognition technology

Push comes after Canadian privacy commissioners blasted U.S. company for violating country’s privacy laws

Updated: Christy Clark says casino oversight was seldom on her radar as premier

“Never did we say revenue considerations would come before stopping criminal activity,” former premier tells Cullen inquiry into money laundering

B.C.’s Seaspan rolls dice on aggressive fleet expansion

Global container ship heavyweight sinks multimillions into new vessels as global container cargo market booms