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Renewable energy contracts slammed by NDP

British Columbians paying $16 billion for power it doesn’t need: report

Vancouver Jewish school asks Shaw to ID anonymous e-mailer

After alleged scurrilous claims circulate online, Talmud Torah files lawsuit in B.C. Supreme Court

NDP MLA on riding-hailing committee accused of conflict of interest

An NDP MLA is facing conflict-of-interest allegations because he sits on a committee discussing ride hailing despite the fact that his father owns a Bluebird taxi in Victoria. Ravi Kahlon, MLA for...

Son evicts mom who paid down payment, contributed to mortgage on shared house

A son and mother who bought an Abbotsford house together have been ordered to sell the shared residence after he evicted her, claiming the home was his – although she made the down payment and...

B.C. wage hikes, hiring growth decelerate

The latest establishment survey data from Statistics Canada pointed to gains in wages and hiring in B.C., but with abated upward momentum. Average weekly earnings rose 0.2% in November to $983.05,...

Proposed 54-storey ‘Granville Gateway’ tower under review

Urban Design Panel meets next week to assess proposed 601 Beach Crescent development at the north end of Granville Street Bridge

Vancouver International Airport notches all-time high for passengers and cargo

More than 25.9 million passengers and 338,000 tonnes of cargo passed through the airport in 2018

Housing-related ‘brain drain’ from Metro Vancouver is a myth, says analyst

More young professionals are coming to the region than are leaving it, according to census data

Vancouver house prices continue to weaken

The latest Teranet-National Bank data shows prices in the region have fallen -3.2% over the last six months

Titans push the start button on Vancouver e-sports market

Parties, merchandise sales, cross-marketing underway ahead of Saturday's season opener

Problems with overseas suppliers push water-filtration company to go local

After sharp price increases and faulty shipments, Santevia Water Systems Inc. has cut costs and boosted growth by bringing home its manufacturing

Foreign buyers find purchase in region’s industrial strength

  Industrial interest Demand for industrial space in Metro Vancouver continues to outstrip supply, leaving investors and tenants alike scrambling for opportunities. The strength of the market means...