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Surrey, Delta commercial truck parking projects move forward

Parking to assist in goods movement: port planning vice-president

Homeless people moved out of Vancouver community centres

Roundhouse and Coal Harbour facilities provided refuge for approximately 200 homeless people

Editorial: Energy efficiency enterprise upsides

The pandemic-induced no-normal era that B.C. finds itself in with the rest of the world affords opportunities to make once-in-a-generation changes to business operations. Improving energy efficiency...

Canadians might want to brush up on dental hygiene, poll suggests

Health care has long been regarded as a source of pride for many Canadians. The fact that most of us share the same language as residents of the United States has led to many social media threads...

Remediating Mount Polley: tailings pond disaster, six years on

Imperial Metals’ multi-year restoration saga in the wake of the 2014 Mount Polley tailings dam rupture

Insider trading: August 10, 2020

The following is a list of stock trades made by corporate executives, directors and other company insiders of B.C.’s public companies filed in the week ended August 6, 2020. The information comes...

Who's getting sued: August 10, 2020

These corporate claims were filed with the BC Supreme Court registry in Vancouver. Information is derived from notices of civil claim. Civil claims have not been tested or proven in court.

Interactive map: Today's COVID-19 cases in Canada

Click on each province to see the total number of confirmed cases, deaths, recovered and total tested. This interactive map will be updated daily.

Lessons learned from the Mount Polley disaster

Concerns persist over mines’ wet tailings ponds

ICBC pandemic response measures expire August 20

120,000 drivers cancelled insurance policies as of April

Daily health checks will be required for all B.C. students in September

Any students or staff members showing COVID-19-like symptoms will be required to stay home

B.C. continues upward climb of COVID-19 cases

Province also reports no new deaths for the sixth day in a row