Changing salmon hatchery release practices can improve survival rates: B.C. study

A first-of-its kind study in British Columbia suggests salmon hatcheries could improve survival rates by optimizing the weight of the juvenile fish and the timing of their release. More than five...

Restaurants and bars brace for biggest alcohol tax jump in 40 years

BC Liquor Distribution Branch says it’s not possible to confirm what level of price increase consumers may or may not see

Who’s Suing Whom: March 24, 2023

The latest from the B.C. Supreme Court

Opinion: Housing 'pace-of-change' decision pivotal for Vancouver

Vancouver council needs to move ahead, and not slowly, on development

Vancouver's Duer to expand to 10 stores by year-end

Comfortable chino-pant maker has enjoyed 65-per-cent annual revenue growth

U.S. SEC can freeze B.C. assets ahead of major stock fraud hearing, judge rules

B.C. judge allows injunction claim by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission against assets belonging to defendants in a $1 billion stock fraud case

MLA John Rustad running for BC Conservative Party leadership

The Nechako Lakes MLA was kicked out of the BC Liberal Party for his views on climate change

B.C. salmon farm closure decision was necessary, says DFO amid court challenges

The federal government is standing by its decision not to renew licences for 15 open-net Atlantic salmon farms in British Columbia's Discovery Islands, despite recent court challenges. A statement...

Woodfibre LNG vows to be net zero from Day 1

Company explains how LNG projects in B.C. can achieve net zero targets

Food theft, food bank demand increasing with food inflation

B.C.'s food banks growing into ever-bigger businesses as inflation erodes purchasing power

Inflation fuels corporate drive to reduce food waste

Data, technology, creativity helping address the 15 tonnes of food wasted daily in Metro Vancouver

Data points: B.C.'s labour market holds steady as trade starts the year off strong

Provincial employment rose 0.2 per cent January to February, while the value of seasonally adjusted exports rose 15 per cent month to month, from December to January