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B.C. drivers to receive a one-time ICBC rebate cheque, averaging $190

Money will start to roll out at the beginning of March

Canada Line strike averted as tentative deal reached

The union issued a 72-hour strike notice on Friday

2020 BC Export Awards Nominees Announced

Twelve British Columbian companies are finalists in four categories for the 2020 B.C. Export Awards presented by Business in Vancouver. The annual event, which this year will be presented virtually...

EV charging rebates bumped up for fleet operators

BC government is doubling the rebates offered on some EV charging stations for fleet operators

Prince Rupert port reports another record year

Container movement drops due to pandemic restrictions

B.C.'s recovery economy: Global marine container cargo considerations for 2021

Special report: COVID-19 pandemic supply chain hiccups magnify the technology upgrade priorities for shipping lines servicing the world’s major marine trade corridors

Province invests $25 million in Prince Rupert port

Container transloading capacity expected to jump by 400,000 TEUs annually.

Business to get big rebates for zero emission vehicles

Businesses, non-profits to get up to $100,000 rebate on zero emission vehicles

B.C. was top U-Haul destination in 2020

Alberta moves to No. 3 among provinces and North Vancouver is No. 2 for Canadian cities as a destination for U-Haul movements

Surrey's Lomiko Metals throws support behind Roberts Bank Terminal 2 project

“The opportunity to develop and provide graphite materials supply for the green economy is more viable if Lomiko is able to move products across the supply chain in an efficient manner in the future."