Resources & Agriculture

BIV's resources and agriculture coverage provides the latest news in the mining, oil and gas, agriculture and fisheries sectors in Vancouver and British Columbia

Bird that nests in B.C.'s old-growth trees in decline because of logging, says court filing

As few as 263,000 marbled murrelets are left, including at least 50,000 in British Columbia

Even in recession, lumber demand expected to be high

Despite rising interest, mortgage rates, new housing starts expected to remain strong in U.S.

BC First Nations getting a boost in forestry revenue

New revenue sharing calculation increases revenue to First Nations by $63 million

Fort Nelson FN propose super green hydrogen plant

First Nation, Brian Fehr propose plant that would make carbon negative hydrogen with wood waste

B.C. wine pioneer Bill Eggert sells Fairview Cellars to Hutton family

Winery's 11-acre site is at northern tip of the Okanagan's Golden Mile

Federal court overturns order to shut down salmon farms

Court rules former fisheries minister's decision lacked procedural fairness

B.C. advised to develop tailor-made hydrogen plan

Adoption of greener fuel option needs to be based on a solid business case, observer says

BC green lights new liquid fuels export terminal

Vopak project in Prince Rupert gets provincial OK, still awaits federal approval

New forestry product trade office opens in Vietnam

New investment and trade office to focus on increased exports of B.C. wood products