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Canada a leader in carbon capture

Canada a leader in carbon capture

Canada produces 1.9% of global GHG emissions but accounts for 14% of deployed CCS
Fort St. John real estate market on red hot rebound

Fort St. John real estate market on red hot rebound

Sales up 101% year-over-year in northern B.C.
Northeast B.C. unemployment reported at 3.9%

Northeast B.C. unemployment reported at 3.9%

Lowest unemployment in B.C. for the 12th consecutive month
B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

British Columbia joins Alberta and Ontario in allowing pre-mixed drinks.
UNBC prof to study ways to mitigate resource extraction geohazards

UNBC prof to study ways to mitigate resource extraction geohazards

Research will also explore ways to extract gas and geothermal energy while mitigating geohazards such as earthquakes and landslides
B.C. government unveils hydrogen strategy

B.C. government unveils hydrogen strategy

B.C. hydrogen strategy follows release of federal strategy in December
'Steer the market': Study finds $23B in federal, provincial pipeline support

'Steer the market': Study finds $23B in federal, provincial pipeline support

Taxpayer dollars are heavily distorting Canada's financial marketplace in favour of fossil fuel pipelines, new research suggests.
Blueberry River wins cumulative impacts claim against B.C.

Blueberry River wins cumulative impacts claim against B.C.

The B.C. Supreme Court has ruled the province breached its treaty obligations to the Blueberry River First Nation due to the cumulative impacts of industrial development in its territory, a decision the justice says has “constitutional implications” for alleged infringements of Aboriginal and treaty rights in Canada.
Liberals say by 2035 all new cars, light-duty trucks sold in Canada will be electric

Liberals say by 2035 all new cars, light-duty trucks sold in Canada will be electric

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is speeding up its goal for when it wants to see all light-duty vehicles sold in Canada to be electric.
Developers look to grow support for Fort St. John seniors housing project

Developers look to grow support for Fort St. John seniors housing project

'This is exactly the type of project they want communities and regional districts to provide'