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COVID-19 infections amongst students, school staff declining after back-to-class surge

'Very few' school-aged children have been admitted to hospital with COVID-19, says B.C.'s top doc

B.C. to reopen sports arenas, concerts to max capacity

Patrons will need to show vaccine card for admission later this month

NDP going backward on government transparency: critics

“This government keeps saying one thing and doing another”

Editorial: Opportunities abound for B.C. ports in cargo quagmire

It’s raising cost concerns for businesses and consumers, but the congestion that has plagued major maritime trade lanes since mid-2020 is providing opportunities for Canada to leverage two key...

Crimped supply chains hit small businesses hardest

Diversity of suppliers can help companies source alternatives if one brand is unavailable

Supply chain pain points will heal, observers forecast

Global cargo shipping system will survive pandemic despite logjams, disruptions: experts

Cargo congestion surge swamps Vancouver

Port traffic jam sparks container trucking chaos and cargo capacity crunch

B.C. records 26 COVID-19 deaths in past three days

Good news is that the number of active infections has fallen below 5,000 for first time since August 13

Victoria unveils changes to information and privacy legislation

Privacy commissioner calls some changes ‘exceedingly troubling’

This Vancouver landfill could soon heat your home. Should it?

An estimated 485,000 tonnes of carbon-dioxide equivalent are expected to be removed from the atmosphere over the next decade — but what are the limitations of renewable gas?