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Public’s COVID-19 pandemic concerns, anxiety declining in Canada

Last month, Research Co. and Glacier Media found that a majority of Canadians (56 per cent) were “very anxious” or “moderately anxious” about COVID-19 restrictions and mandates being lifted in their...

Hydrogen, natural gas touted as allies, not rivals

Advantages of cultivating hydrogen-LNG synergies a key focus of energy conference

Tsawwassen Mills under new ownership

Central Walk completed sales transaction on May 6

B.C. legislature rekindles relations with Guyana

Burnaby North MLA travelled to Guyana for the May 9-11 Commonwealth Parliamentary Association training seminar

B.C.'s public-sector union contracts unlikely to drive inflation: experts

Organized labour cites importance of collective agreements for competitiveness, small businesses

In B.C., the government will now pay for 75% of an EV charging station

Installing an EV in your home, apartment or city just got a little cheaper in B.C. after the federal government chipped in to the province's rebate program.

Crossing the U.S./Canada border over the long weekend? Here's what to expect

The CBSA has issued a host of tips and links for people planning to travel in and out of Canada's land borders this Victoria Day long weekend

B.C. civil liberties watchdog seeks online police surveillance guidance from court

The Supreme Court of Canada is being asked to outline how far police can go in watching people's online behaviour.

B.C. man who swallowed mouthwash 'moments' before failed roadside test fights prohibition

A man claiming he was improperly given a roadside driving prohibition because he had consumed mouthwash moments earlier has had his case returned to the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles for a review.

‘Worst is yet to come’: B.C. inflation hits 6.7% in April

B.C. no longer trailing national inflation by significant margin

Vancouver’s Tasktop acquired a year after raising US$100M

New parent company hanging onto Tasktop founder, who will transition to CTO

UPDATED: Some relief from global supply chain congestion on the horizon

Transpacific transit times are improving, but cargo movement inefficiencies, disruptions, port shutdowns, Russian invasion continue to stall goods movement recovery